New Construction
Microhouses: A Small Solution for Big Problems SAVE

Microhouses: A Small Solution for Big Problems

The recent launching of Kodasema's microhouse project in the UK stirred up a debate surrounding the viability of the structures. While not a new concept, the typology is still a niche architectural trend and one that i... READ MORE >

3 CommentsLucia • Jul 25
Architecture
How Tropical Modernism Is Making Its Mark on Architecture SAVE

How Tropical Modernism Is Making Its Mark on Architecture

Glistening ocean-fronts, warm beaches, and perpetual sunshine. These are just a few of the com... READ MORE >

Leave a CommentSona • Jul 17
Architecture
How Norman Foster Brought Steve Job's Vision to Life SAVE

How Norman Foster Brought Steve Job's Vision to Life

As the founder and chairman of the world-renowned British architecture firm, Foster & Partners... READ MORE >

4 CommentsSona • Jun 26
Architecture
Bill Van Erp: Not Your Ordinary Librarian SAVE

Bill Van Erp: Not Your Ordinary Librarian

Librarians are some of the brightest, most well-versed individuals to walk our streets. When you place that rare, unsurpassed knowledge within the context of architecture and design, add thirty-two years of experience i... READ MORE >

Leave a CommentSona • Jun 14
Architecture
Architecture: By the Numbers SAVE

Architecture: By the Numbers

The architecture market is expanding rapidly. Take a look at this infographic to review the st... READ MORE >

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Architecture
How Architecture and Engineering Complement Each Other SAVE

How Architecture and Engineering Complement Each Other

Architecture can't exist without engineering, as much as some would like to think otherwise- t... READ MORE >

Leave a CommentLucia • 2016
New Construction
Architecture Engineering: Space Frame Technology SAVE

Architecture Engineering: Space Frame Technology

An emerging construction design trend deviating from the conventional methods, space frame technology marries the three pillars of architecture - utilitas (function), firmitas (structural) and venustas (aesthetics). Kno... READ MORE >

Architecture
Creating the Ideal Indoor Garden SAVE

Creating the Ideal Indoor Garden

An indoor garden may include something as simple as plants on a shelf to an entire living wall... READ MORE >

1 CommentVeronica • 2016
New Construction
How to Project and Build a Habitable Treehouse SAVE

How to Project and Build a Habitable Treehouse

Treehouses usually remind us of two things: childhood getaways and whimsical fantasy creatures... READ MORE >

3 CommentsLucia • 2016
Interior Design
The Fifth Wall SAVE

The Fifth Wall

No longer the fifth wall.. Yesterday, ceilings inspired human kind and architects. Ceilings would be an architect's gateway to the heavens. Of course, back then, they had the space. Nevertheless, the perfect example is... READ MORE >

Leave a CommentTim • 2016
Interior Design
Creating the Look and Feel of a Room with Different Ceiling Types SAVE

Creating the Look and Feel of a Room with Different Ceiling...

The ceiling is the part of a room that is sometimes overlooked. However, there are many differ... READ MORE >

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Achieving Organic Shaped Structures Using Timber Frames. SAVE

Achieving Organic Shaped Structures Using Timber Frames

Organic structures, shape-wise, are the opposite of orthogonal ones: they often don't follow s... READ MORE >

Leave a CommentLucia • 2016
Arts and Culture
Brutalist Buildings - Beasts or Beauties SAVE

Brutalist Buildings - Beasts or Beauties

The brutalism movement of architecture that became popular all over the world from the '50s to the '70s was started by Le Corbusier. This became the style of choice with governmental, educational, and institutional buil... READ MORE >

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Container Architecture SAVE

Container Architecture

Container architecture, also known as cargotecture, is a form of architecture using steel or al... READ MORE >

1 CommentVeronica • 2016

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