Architecture
14 January, 2022

Five key trends for contemporary architecture

The start of the year clearly sets trends in tune with specific contexts. The passage…
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Site of a house, by Fran Silvestre.
Architecture
3 December, 2021

Bucolic: architecture of place

Architectural language when talking about location is an ongoing struggle between practical approaches and the…
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Railway stations by Benthem Crouwel Architects and MVSA Architects.
Architecture
26 November, 2021

Railway architecture—soulful transport hubs

Amongst all modes of public transport, the train may be the most unique of them…
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Architecture
19 November, 2021

Designing spaces for reading

In a field such as architecture where an understanding of theory needs to be transformed…
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Architecture
12 November, 2021

Public spaces and urban architecture

Beyond whatever apparent links there may be between architecture and urban planning, a set of…
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Speakers at the webinar Architecture and the Material.
Architecture
5 November, 2021

Successful synergies through digitalisation

Today, adapting to the environment is an essential part of contemporary living. At a time…
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Architecture
29 October, 2021

Imaginary architecture in literature

There is nothing like a story to let our imaginations to run wild. Through words,…
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Architecture
8 October, 2021

World Architecture Day: architectural semiotics and photography

The principle of understanding architecture as a discipline lies in the technique and art of…
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Philips Pavilion at the Brussels Universal Exhibition – Expo 1958
Architecture
1 October, 2021

Conceptual architectural inspiration through pop music

The history of architecture is a clear testament to the way that humankind has evolved…
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