Replenish | The Virtuous Cycle of Water and Prosperity

“Nothing is more important to life than water, and no one knows water better than Sandra Postel. Replenish is a wise, sobering, but ultimately...

Nature’s Allies | Eight Conservationists Who Changed Our World

Washington, DC (February 2, 2017)—In today’s divisive political climate, where meaningful change is often stalled by partisanship and bureaucracy, it’s easy to feel powerless...

How To Design for Senior Citizens – Ideas for Elder-Friendly Design

Young and healthy people can’t imagine how difficult everyday tasks are for older people. Youngsters and even middle-aged people take a healthily-functioning body, with all...

The Classic Chesterfield Sofa | A Legend Explained

The Classic Chesterfield Sofa is unquestionably one of the most famous, globally recognized styles of sofas that there is. Originated from British roots, the...

How To Choose Pendant Lights For Your Home

If you like to make a statement, you should consider installing pendant lights at home. Pendant lights or jewelry lights create a warm and...

What’s Wrong With Your Drywall?

Like wood and brick, drywall is a fundamental element of modern construction. Essentially every home across the nation has walls and ceilings made of...

Marble vs. Granite | Choosing the Right Countertop Material

High-end kitchen builds or renovations typically come down to a choice between marble or granite countertops. Both are great materials that make a kitchen...

What is Bauhaus and Where It is Today?

More than a design itself, Bauhaus has been a historical milestone is art and architecture. The philosophy behind the “Bauhaus design” is as clean...

How Exquisite Parisian Luxury Furniture Can Get!

The French influence is still considered to be the dominant influence on the art and culture of this wide world. And when it comes...

Urbanscape- Symbiosis – Furniture That Tell Tales

As our future megacities are defining themselves every day with bustling streets and soaring skyscrapers, a city still craves for many things but mostly...

Athenaeum of World Architecture ’20

Architects are not endowed with designing just buildings but with time, they are now building ecosystems. This expanded role of architecture is becoming more...

Architecture on the Clock

Temporary architecture are the unsung superheroes of our built environment. They appear out of nowhere and vanish. They may not last too long, but...

Elevate – Bringing Urban Spaces to Life

Technology has miraculously enabled people to stay connected, informed, and entertained, from every street and corner. It is usual for someone to stare at...

We Australia – Embracing Human Evolution Through Architecture

Evolution and history of civilization have come a really long way beyond consciousness as they have moulded the identity of human as a species....

23 Inspiring Kitchen Cabinet Ideas to Check Out Right Now!

It goes without saying that your kitchen is one of the most important place in your home, here we enjoy our meals, we spend...

Learn Better – Rephrasing Education Through Architecture

Premise  Children are sent to school with the best intention, with the belief that formal education is the road to a happy lifestyle. Meticulously, parents...

Stowa Antea | Legendary Bauhaus Design Under the Microscope

If we delved a little into the history of chronometry, we would notice that the world never stopped perfecting the ancient art of watchmaking...

2nd Universal Light Surfaces | How Unios Is Driving the Importance...

After launching Universal Light to success in September 2018, Australian lighting designer, Unios have published the second edition of the educational lighting-based magazine. The...

31 of the Most Inspiring Japanese Zen Gardens in the World

A calm sense of serenity, along with an abject desire for meditation, inner discovery, and spirituality, is what best defines Zen gardens. Inspired by the...

Life After Carbon | The Next Global Transformation of Cities

Washington, DC (August 24, 2018)—A new urban model is emerging worldwide to address the realities of climate change. Cities today produce 70 percent of...