WELCOME TO AEWorldMap!
Using this site, you can explore the world of Architectural Engineering Design.
The purpose of the information on this website is to inform students and the general public about contemporary buildings around the world. Architectural Engineering (hence AEWorldMap) encompasses ideas about:
Founded and directed by Gregory Brooks – Senior Lecturer in the Architectural Engineering program at The University of Texas at Austin – AEWorldMap is an ongoing research project started in 2007. Many authors contribute articles (posts) to the site, including current and former students from The University of Texas at Austin, research assistants, professional engineers, construction specialists and architects. Website concept and assistance is provided by Patrice Mailloux-Huberdeau at BMH Design Studio, in Austin, Texas.
Special thanks to our AEWorldMap Research Assistants who volunteer their time:
NEW WORLD MAP FUNCTION (Spring 2015): we are in the process of locating / tagging all of our featured buildings and more. We expect to be fully-functioning by May 2015 with this new feature.
NONE OF THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEBSITE IS USED FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES.
Please send us your comments and any corrections to material found in this site. We hope you find this collection useful and we welcome your participation in updating the information!
Thank you for your support and interest in AEWorldMap!
Gregory L. Brooks
Senior Lecturer, Architectural Engineering program
The University of Texas at Austin – Cockrell School of Engineering
Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Instructor: ARE Introduction to Design 1,2 courses
Faculty Director: UT Study Abroad: London Maymester ‘Emerging Technologies’
Principal, BMH Design Studio
On the main AEWorldMap page, the SEARCH window will appear in the upper right corner of the main page.
You can search by location or interest:
– State or Country
– Topic (ie: sustainable, complex (geometry), etc.
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