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A good color sense is the most potent weapon of an artist because color adds life to your art.  Moreover, your understanding of colors can make your art stand out from others. If you go into any art school, the...
Are you an art history student or just a book lover looking to explore this vast yet exhilarating world of art?  Whoever you may be, having a perfect art history book is just as important. Art history’s a broad topic...
Branding is a cagey concept, which many find difficult to take in. Plus, you will find a diverse set of results if you search Google for its definition.  Those who have little knowledge about branding must know that it is...
A minimalist lifestyle essentially means leading a fulfilling life with the least amount of things needed to live it.  For some people, it might mean sparse furniture at home that could fit into a bunch of trunks if need be....
Creativity can take you places, and there is no denying that. But, you might be wondering what route to take to achieve success.  Today, multiple award-winning books and bestsellers can help you develop creative confidence. You may want to start...
Owning a house is a dream that all of us have as we settle in our lives. But, building a house is a daunting task.  So, before embarking on this humongous journey of building your own little home, you need...
Mid-century aesthetics have a distinct appeal that is largely missing from contemporary works. Can't wait to dive into the next recommendation? You've come to the right place. Whether you’re looking to sink your teeth into yet another architectural book, or...
Architecture is a field that cannot be described into words, frozen music a legendary man called it. Architecture, more often than not, can be more expressive through a photography, an image, a sketch or metaphor, we have gathered in...
Washington, DC (November 20, 2017)—Cities across the globe have been designed with a primary goal of moving people around quickly—and the costs are becoming ever more apparent. The consequences are measured in smoggy air basins, sprawling suburbs, a failure...
A bucket of inspiration arrived on our door step, it contains pieces of great creativity from a variety of fields, with different uses, all with one thing in common: they're small. Yes. Small scale architecture, at it's best. In an extraordinary exploration...
Adrienne Brown’s forthcoming book The Black Skyscraper teaches us how early “sky-scrapers” shifted our perception of race in America
How do we beat climate change? What’s the plan? We know about the problem. What are the solutions? How can you make a real difference? What’s proven, and what will make a big impact? A new book seeks to help...
Imagine that you would have direct access into the mind engaged in the search of incredible, access to part of the thought process of extraordinary artists, beautifully illustrated on paper, memories printed on splendid uncoated paper with deckled edges. Upon...
“Has there ever been a smarter, more illuminating, jargon-free, and deeply useful guide to making more sociable, healthy, prosperous, charming neighborhoods, towns, and cities?” — Kurt Andersen, author of Fantasyland and host of public radio's Studio 360 “What a tour de...
Washington, DC (October 18, 2022)—Thought leader David Orr wrote, “If our industrial civilization was entered into an intergalactic design competition, it would be tossed out in the qualifying round.” In The Intergalactic Design Guide: Harnessing the Creative Potential of...
Washington, DC (July 2, 2022)—Around the world, countries marvel at the Netherland’s impressive cycling culture and infrastructure while an insidious “that would never work here” attitude prevents real change from happening. But the Dutch overcame many of the same...
“Supported by urban histories and incisively presented data, Christof Spieler sets the rules of engagement for effective transit and offers a roadmap for achieving it.” —Janette Sadik-Khan, Principal, Bloomberg Associates; former NYC Transportation Commissioner Washington, DC (September 28, 2022)—What are the...
Washington, DC (March 29, 2022)—In 1988, before he was an internationally-renowned urban design expert, Mikael Colville-Andersen was hit by a car while crossing the street. Witnesses were convinced he couldn’t have survived, but fortunately the then-student sustained only minor...

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