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  • Architecture

    How 3D Landscape Designs for Exteriors Can Elevate your Property’s Value
    How 3D Landscape Designs for Exteriors Can Elevate your Property’s Value

    3D landscape designs are beyond the basic plans of outdoor residential renovations. They exhibit a high-resolution and scenic view of nature’s canvas, carrying limitless detail to attention and liveliness.

     
    British Architectural Styles: Adding Minimalist Modernism to Regal Residences
    British Architectural Styles: Adding Minimalist Modernism to Regal Residences

    From the medieval era of Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Gothic, Vernacular, Tudor, Elizabethan, and Baroque buildings to the late Victorian years of brutalist, Queen Anne, Edwardian, and international architectural styles, numerous iconic masterpieces in Britain were engineered in the 19th century.

     
    Designing Net Zero Homes for Greener Tomorrow
    Designing Net Zero Homes for Greener Tomorrow

    Net Zero Homes or zero-energy building architectures are the green initiatives of sustainable living. With drastic climate changes and the pandemic disruptions, global ecologists continue raising concerns about the disastrous impact of high carbon emissions and greenhouse gases.

     
  • Building Information Modeling

    A Guide to BIM Level of Development
    A Guide to BIM Level of Development

    Breakdowns, spills, and chemical corrosion are anxiety-inducing fears when it comes to pressure vessels, storage tanks, heat exchangers and other equipment. The chances of such mishaps can be reduced with the use of modular skid packages, which enable more rapid cooling and make clean-ups easier.

     
    The BIM Revolution in Sustainable Development
    The BIM Revolution in Sustainable Development

    The building and construction sector accounted for 37% of process and energy-related CO2 emissions in 2021, according to the UN’s 2022 Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction.

     
    What Are the Benefits of Point Cloud to Mesh in Construction?
    What Are the Benefits of Point Cloud to Mesh in Construction?

    Construction and refurbishment of buildings come with several unique difficulties. Some of these issues include how engineers, architects, and contractors can produce deliverables more quickly and reliably and how they can capture enormous volumes of data.

     
  • Bio-Architecture

    Make Space for Nature
    Make Space for Nature

    Interior planners employ the controlled use of biomorphic elements within home and office design to create recuperative spaces. The word biomorphic combines ‘bios’, which is life, and ‘morphe’, meaning form.

     
    The Curious Case of Biomimicry
    The Curious Case of Biomimicry

    Bios means life, and mimesis is to imitate. Coined by an American academic and inventor, Otto Schmitt. Bio mimicry in architecture and design is popularized by the famous biologist Janine M. Benyus.

     
    Going Green – Green Architecture
    Going Green – Green Architecture

    Also known as sustainable architecture, green building essentially means building and architecture that is environmental-friendly.

     
  • Construction Tech

    Architecture and Construction Wearables to Keep an Eye On
    Architecture and Construction Wearables to Keep an Eye On

    Life by SmartCap was ‘developed to overcome the limitations of other fatigue-monitoring technologies’. It is a wearable that prevents microsleeps on-site by providing alertness measurements in real time to operators so they can respond appropriately when it comes to safety.

     
    Robots are Real
    Robots are Real

    Industry commentators point out that the younger generation is adapted to and prepared only digital automation tools. Therefore, there is an increased tendency to switch to software-operating methodology.

     
    The Techie Way or Not? Conserving Heritage Buildings
    The Techie Way or Not? Conserving Heritage Buildings

    The longevity of the heritage buildings depends upon the process of management they undertake. Historical buildings are an example of withstanding legacy of our ancestors.

     
  • Contributors

    The Lever and Fulcrum of Enterprises is Outsourcing
    The Lever and Fulcrum of Enterprises is Outsourcing

    Information Technology positions our daily activities and businesses in an increasingly global context. The practice of architecture is no exception. Architectural Evangelist presents new scenarios for Workshare and defines the ways.

     
    Architectural Marvels: The Great Wall of China
    Architectural Marvels: The Great Wall of China

    Standing tall, mighty, and unmoved over millennia, the 4,000 miles (6,500 km) long Great Wall of China is an architectural wonder of epic significance.

     
    The New Face of Outsourcing: Knowledge Process Outsourcing
    The New Face of Outsourcing: Knowledge Process Outsourcing

    Knowledge process outsourcing is believed to increase productivity and improve efficiency. Manufactures and construction companies are also finding it increasingly beneficial to outsource projects rather than invest in infrastructure.

     
  • Insights

    The Features Buyers Want in London Properties
    The Features Buyers Want in London Properties

    What are people looking for in London properties? There are many ways to increase a home’s resale value, but when discerning buyers search for “London townhomes” or “London flats” or the like, they want details that are trendy or useful particularly within this bustling, historic city.

     
    Building Design for Extreme Cold: The Architecture of Climate Change
    Building Design for Extreme Cold: The Architecture of Climate Change

    When we think of climate change, we tend to think only of warmer weather. However, architecture for climate change needs to factor in extreme cold spells as well.

     
    Contractor vs Subcontractor vs Builder: What’s the Difference?
    Contractor vs Subcontractor vs Builder: What’s the Difference?

    In the building industry, an owner employs a contractor to finish a project. This contractor has the option to use subcontractors to carry out particular tasks as part of the larger project. Although contractors and subcontractors have several things in common, they have separate roles to play within a project.

     
  • Perspective

    Contractor vs Subcontractor vs Builder: What’s the Difference?
    Contractor vs Subcontractor vs Builder: What’s the Difference?

    In the building industry, an owner employs a contractor to finish a project. This contractor has the option to use subcontractors to carry out particular tasks as part of the larger project. Although contractors and subcontractors have several things in common, they have separate roles to play within a project.

     
    Unapologetic, Naked and Bold: Brutalist Architecture
    Unapologetic, Naked and Bold: Brutalist Architecture

    Contrary to popular assumption that Brutalism is derived from the word 'brutal', it more likely comes from the French term béton brut, which means 'raw concrete'.

     
    20 Fun Facts About Wood and Woodworking
    20 Fun Facts About Wood and Woodworking

    This blog has been updated on – March 02, 2022 Wood and woodworking have a fascinating role in human history and daily life, from benches for Anglo-Saxon monasteries in the 8th century to the table for your grandchild’s birthday cake. Even the most seasoned woodworkers and millwork shop drawing professionals may not know some of the ...

     
  • Style & Living

    The Features Buyers Want in London Properties
    The Features Buyers Want in London Properties

    What are people looking for in London properties? There are many ways to increase a home’s resale value, but when discerning buyers search for “London townhomes” or “London flats” or the like, they want details that are trendy or useful particularly within this bustling, historic city.

     
    Mansion vs McMansion: Is There Really a Difference?
    Mansion vs McMansion: Is There Really a Difference?

    Mansion vs McMansion. One is considered stately, luxurious, and sought-after, while the other is derided as an obnoxious symbol of American excess. But is there really a difference? Where is the line between “luxurious” and “excessive”?

     
    Furniture Designers, Attention! Shaker Style is Having a Moment
    Furniture Designers, Attention! Shaker Style is Having a Moment

    Shaker style furniture is having a moment. You may have heard the buzz about Shaker doors, Shaker dining tables, white Shaker kitchen cabinets…the list goes on.

     
  • Sustainability

    Designing Net Zero Homes for Greener Tomorrow
    Designing Net Zero Homes for Greener Tomorrow

    Net Zero Homes or zero-energy building architectures are the green initiatives of sustainable living. With drastic climate changes and the pandemic disruptions, global ecologists continue raising concerns about the disastrous impact of high carbon emissions and greenhouse gases.

     
    Building Design for Extreme Cold: The Architecture of Climate Change
    Building Design for Extreme Cold: The Architecture of Climate Change

    When we think of climate change, we tend to think only of warmer weather. However, architecture for climate change needs to factor in extreme cold spells as well.

     
    Top 5 Sustainable Building Examples Around the World
    Top 5 Sustainable Building Examples Around the World

    There are many ways to judge the quality or relevance of a building, whether by style of architecture, historical significance, size, and so on. However, in recent years, focus has increasingly shifted to sustainable building. The era of climate change has led us to make green architecture not a quirky option, but a grave necessity.

     
  • Wellness

    Ten Ways to Increase Positivity at the Office
    Ten Ways to Increase Positivity at the Office

    'Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.'

     
    Wellness in the Workplace
    Wellness in the Workplace

    What is the meaning of wellness? Gallup and Heathway, the well-being index, describes the five key factors which help the individual's journey within the workplace.

     
    The Right to Light: Changing Office Design
    The Right to Light: Changing Office Design

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, absenteeism costs the American economy about $225.8 billion annually – $1,685 per worker.

     

Editor’s Pick

  • Singapore city

    Singapore City, Singapore. This city, now a commercial powerhouse, sprung from the ashes of a colonial past. Because it has few natural resources, it developed a keen eye for infrastructure development. Its office spaces have been decentralized to reduce congestion. It is, truly, one of the best planned cities in the world.

  • Copenhagen

    Copenhagen, Denmark. This city’s urban design helps shape the way of life of its citizens. Much of this can be attributed to the Five Finger Plan, the emphasis on cycling infrastructure, and the pedestrian streets. Copenhagen intends to be carbon neutral by 2025.

    Further reading: The Emergence of a Modern City by Henriette Steiner

  • Seoul

    Seoul, South Korea. When it comes to coping with rapid urbanization, cities all over the world can look to vibrant Seoul as an example. Taking inspiration from London, Seoul implemented a Greenbelt policy due to its population explosion in the 20th century. The 2030 Seoul Plan is one ‘decided by citizens at each step of planning’, and includes making the city more community-oriented, lively and safe, among other things.

  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam has a long history of meticulous design. In the 17th century, when trade burgeoned in the city, its now-famous canals were constructed for water management and transport. Today, public transport is encouraged, and Amsterdam is full of bicycle paths. The Amsterdam City Council has outlined a 2040 master plan that includes smart technology systems and innovative urban design.

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