Sunday, January 20, 2019

Is a Fixer Upper Right For You?

Fixing up old homes can bring joy and feeling of accomplishment, but for some it can turn into a real disaster. Your result will...

The Water Tower in Leudelange Luxembourg

Architect: SchemelWirtz Location: rue de la Poudrerie in the industrial area of Leudelange Construction time: June 2005 to May 2008 Materials used: light concrete for the structure, curtain wall type for...

Solar-Powered Floating Hotel By Michele Puzzolante

Italian industrial designer Michele Puzzolante designed this conceptual floating luxury hotel. So far this is just a concept looking for an investor. The cost so far...

Sand Glass New Traffic Light Design

Designed by Yanko this traffic light seems like a more efficient design. Using a sand glass design can relieve some anxiety to the people waiting at...

Church on the Water: Tadao Ando Japanese Architecture

Background of the Concepts: Wrapped in an aesthetic devoid of any ornament, many of the works of Tadao Ando base their richness in the relationship...

Langkawi Sky Pedestrian Bridge in Malaysia

Visitors are able to experience the scary Langkawi Sky Bridge by first riding on an elevated a cable car ride at Oriental Village (ground level). Construction...

Museum of Science and Industry – Smart Home Exhibit

Buildings are becoming more and more environmentally conscious, to showcase the possibilities the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago is showcasing The Smart...

Victorian Architecture Influence Worldwide

Victorian Architecture refers to the era the Queen Victoria had power between 1830-1910. Victorian architecture has been admired because of it detailed beauty. Many...

These Children’s Hospitals Will Enlighten Your Day

A child with a serious illness should not have to endure treatment at an ordinary creepy hospital. Hospitals can be an intimidating place, especially for...

Are McMansions Becoming Extinct?

  The answer is most likely yes. McMansion is a slang term for a large newly built house that is poorly designed and too big for...

Architect, Mary Jane Colter’s Buildings

Mary Jane Colter is one of America's prized woman architects. Born on April 4, 1869 and died on January 8, 1958, made her a contemporary of...

The History and Architecture of Two Prudential Plaza

Two Prudential Plaza Two Prudential Plaza is currently the 6th tallest building in Chicago and the 13th tallest in the United States. Various companies are...

Examples of Art Deco in Architecture

Examples of Art Deco in Architecture The artistic/architectural era called art deco evolved from France after WWI. Technological advancements brought the demand for fast production...

Iconic architecture: Sports arenas

The great English writer George Orwell once suggested that sport was "...war minus the shooting" and he may have been close to the mark....