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’.
This blog has been updated on – May 18, 2022 Mixed use buildings, which have both residential and commercial elements, generally require more construction documentation than regular buildings. This is especially true if the project is large and complex, with varying floor plans and layouts.
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3D living room rendering by BluEntCAD Open floor plans have been one of the most dominant architectural trends in residential design and remodeling projects since around 1990.
Interior rendering by BluEntCAD Selecting a color palette for a commercial architecture project? To give you a head start, BluEntCAD has put together this guide for colors for commercial spaces, such as offices,
Interior rendering by BluEntCAD As the AEC industry becomes more competitive and the market continues to change, taking advantage of architecture industry trends will be valuable to homebuilders, real estate developers, large architectural and engineering companies, home design companies, and more.
Arc Documentation Solutions surveyed more than 1,000 AEC professionals. Nearly 50% expressed the concern that faulty architectural drawings are a major cause of project delays.
Architectural trends may not move as fast as, say, fashion or food trends. However, when they do move, they tend to make strong statements,
Architectural rendering has gone through several technological advancements. These have brought it closer and closer to art forms such as painting, photography and cinema.
The conceptual design phase, or the schematic design phase, is the first out of five steps to undertake any construction project. It has a decisive influence on the quality and costs