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’.
Image by Pixabay, Pexels 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 …
‘Who reads these days?’ is a common response when someone is asked, in idle conversation, if he or she has been reading anything interesting.
With skyrocketing real estate prices, studio apartments, which consist of a single room plus a bathroom, are increasing in popularity all over the globe.
You arrive at your hotel, and a dinosaur robot takes care of your check-in with face recogition, after which a self-propelled trolley whisks away your luggage for you.
‘My problems with doors have become so well known that confusing doors are often called “Norman doors.” Imagine becoming famous for doors that don’t work right.’
Architecture is ubiquitous, but what, if anything, makes it intrinsically ‘social’?
How does one measure great leadership? How much of a company’s performance is dependent on its leaders’ personalities? It is understood that to lead is to inspire people to work together to achieve a common goal.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of citizens who are 60 years and older are expected to reach 2 billion by 2050. In 2015, this number was 900 million. Today, 125 million people are aged 80 years or older.
This article will discuss the holistic wellness of drafters who work in architectural offices in CAD specific work groups and are part of a broader multidisciplinary team.