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Unapologetic, Naked and Bold: Brutalist Architecture
25 May 2022

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’.

What are the Core Elements of Modern Library Design?
03 Jan 2022

What are the Core Elements of Modern Library Design?

Libraries aren’t just places to store books and take Instagram photos. They are hubs of knowledge, activity and technology that can be ambitious in scale and design. To create appropriate, safe and comfortable areas for study, reading, research

 
What are the Different Types of Lighting and Light Fixtures?
01 Dec 2021

What are the Different Types of Lighting and Light Fixtures?

Hotel lobby interior rendering by BluEntCAD Picture this: You return from a long work dinner to your hotel room, eager to curl up with your e-reader and a cup of steaming coffee, and – the lights are cold and too bright. You can’t relax. In fact, you feel anxious and unnerved, and your evening is …

Top 8 Interior Finishes in the Architecture Industry
04 Oct 2021

Top 8 Interior Finishes in the Architecture Industry

Complaints of poor or inadequate interior finishes are common when customers receive their products and can have a detrimental effect on your company’s reputation and sales. To make sure that you get the best results that match what your client wants, use 3D exterior and interior rendering. You can even go for an architectural walkthrough …

 
Minimalist Home Design: Top Tips To Transform Your Place
23 Dec 2020

Minimalist Home Design: Top Tips To Transform Your Place

Curated. That’s the word you’re looking for. If you’ve been eyeing that minimalist flair for a while now but don’t know where to begin, this article is for you!

The Subtle Alchemy of Norman Foster
07 Jun 2019

The Subtle Alchemy of Norman Foster

Dusk was falling as the boy arrived in the city of Manchester. Experiencing dynamics of locomotives and static high-rise structures, little did he know, those impressions were the advent of his sci-fi odyssey.

 
The History of Millwork
13 May 2019

The History of Millwork

From days of Yore, wood has been an indispensable material used in building constructions. It was used for either functional purposes or aesthetic reasons.

Architectural Marvels: The Great Wall of China
15 Mar 2019

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 Great Wall is the largest ever built structure in terms of mass and surface area.

 
Technology and Software at the Buildings Show in Toronto
03 Jan 2019

Technology and Software at the Buildings Show in Toronto

Downtown Toronto was buzzing with people as usual as I walked into the convention centre for the Buildings Show. A wide range of exhibitors were on display and the show was divided into various sections that included concrete, stone, home building, and property management. What intrigued me most was the presence of technology, software, and …

What is Vernacular Architecture?
05 Nov 2018

What is Vernacular Architecture?

Vernacular architecture stems from the belief that architecture is a balanced combination of logical knowledge, divine inspiration and common sense. “Vernacular architecture is the architecture of the people,

 
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