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Architecture is one of those courses which take quite a long time to complete, not to forget how exhausting it is to get out with a degree finally. But on the brighter side, it's actually quite rewarding once you...
The trend of sustainable architecture  is happily growing in popularity. While there are many different techniques and designs incorporated in these more eco-friendly facilities, one of the most impactful is the vegetative roof system. What Are Vegetative Roof Systems? Vegetative roof...
Vaulted ceilings are relics of the old days with a grand allure to them that still manage to thrive in our relatively mundane modern spaces. In effect, they cause a great deal of disagreement amongst both professionals and amateurs,...
Sin City, The Lady, Disneyland for Adults, Lost Wages – these are only a few nicknames that Las Vegas is known by. You’re aware of the saying “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” but have you wondered what...
The Flatiron Building, completed in 1902, at a height of twenty floors, had the title of one of the tallest buildings of New York and the second ever skyscraper north of the 14th Street. Designed by architect Daniel Burnham, one...
In recent times, the growing environmental concerns have lead to a spurt in demand for shipping container homes. Now, you might be wondering how exactly are shipping containers going to reduce our carbon footprint? Well, it is the use of...
Teal is a color that you may or may not have heard about. The best way to describe this color would be to say that it is a deeper variant of the blue-green color, which is similar to cyan,...
Ever heard of the taupe color? We wouldn’t be surprised if you answered “no” because this too falls under the category of colors that are hard to define. Yes, by hard to define we mean taupe is a color...
Adaptive Reuse is to meet halfway between history and modernization. A certain country, place or structure have started to create its own story and carved a relevance in history, they`ve en-rooted themselves in collective memory and indirectly, they`ve generated it. ...

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