【Over 1000+ Architecture Ornamental Elements】

June 28, 2017 Eric Chen 0

Over 1000+ Architecture Ornamental Elements(Best Collections) Include the followings: Architecture Decoration Drawing,Decorative Elements,Architecture DecorationDrawing,Architecture Decor,Interior Decorating The .DWG files are compatible back to AutoCAD 2000. These CAD drawings are available […]

Domed summer house by LASSA offers an elevated view over a Greek olive grove

May 29, 2017 Jessica Mairs 0

Fingers of earth branch over this mound-shaped holiday home by architecture studio LASSA, allowing its owners to climb up onto the roof to admire an olive grove on Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula. The 150-square-metre Villa Ypsilon was designed by London- and Brussels-based firm LASSA, which is headed up by architects Theo Sarantoglou Lalis and Dora Sweijd. The domed form of

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La Louve / Atelier Pierre Thibault

May 29, 2017 Antonia Cayupe 0

To highlight the site’s characteristics, La Louve is organized according to two distinct ambiances. Towards the mountain, the simple volume rests against the bedrock, while to the forest side, it is perched on slender pilotis hidden amongst the trees.

9 Ideas to Present Your Project With Concrete Models

May 29, 2017 José Tomás Franco 0

Physical models have, for centuries, been a highly-effective way of explaining an architectural idea, allowing the audience to experience a concept in a plan, section, elevation and perspective all at once. However, a model can communicate so much more if you deviate from traditional cardboard materiality. If you want to express the monolithic massing of your latest scheme, or its expressive texture, then a model of plaster or cement may capture so much more than a digital rendering ever could. 

Inside the Bizarre Personal Lives of Famous Architects

May 29, 2017 Megan Fowler 0

Famous architects are often seen as more enigma than person, but behind even the biggest names hide the scandals and tragedies of everyday life. As celebrities of a sort, many of the world’s most famed architects have faced rumors and to this day there are questions about the truth of their private affairs. Clients and others in their studios would get a glimpse into an architect’s personal life, but sometimes the sheer force of personality that often comes with creative genius would prevent much insight. The fact remains, however, that these architects’ lives were more than the sum of their buildings.

Bee Breeders Announce Winners of Stone Barn Meditation Camp Competition

May 29, 2017 Niall Patrick Walsh 0

Bee Breeders have selected winners of the Stone Barn Meditation Camp competition, seeking to create a place of refuge for individuals amidst the pristine natural beauty of one of Latvia’s most remote regions. In announcing the competition results, the jury applauded the respect and regard shown to the environment by submitted schemes, commenting that the most successful projects stood out for their simplicity, elegance, and balance with nature.

AART reveals designs for national rowing stadium in Denmark

May 29, 2017 Lucy Wildsmith 0

Danish studio AART has been selected to design Denmark’s national rowing stadium, with its designs for a tiered and timber-clad boathouse at Bagsværd Lake on the outskirts of Copenhagen. AART’s primary concern was creating a stadium that would blend seamlessly into its natural context. The aesthetic of the building follows that of the traditional villas surrounding the lake, with

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VMS House / Marcos Miguelez

May 29, 2017 Rayen Sagredo 0

Placed on a triangular plot on the outskirts of a small town, the house is surrounded by lands of mixed uses. A small orchard of fruit trees borders it on the one side, a small dirt road on another and a street in front of the main facade.