Design and Trends

The architecture of mental health

  Yes, spaces and their distribution have an influence on our mental health. For that reason, there is a concern about how cities and public or private edifications are designed. Considering this, there are many architecture studios that

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Petit House: the sustainable way to live anywhere you want

  Petit Place is more than a small modular home of sustainable construction. The home designed by RoosRos Architects is the solution to live anywhere you want. This home complies with the requirements of the principles of collaborative

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NKBA’s investigation unveils the current use of the kitchen

  The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is seeking to unravel the current use of the kitchen. For that purpose, they developed a study that, among other things, unravels how technology is changing homes and how the way in which

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The 6 apps that architects must explore in 2018

  Just like many other professionals, architects use their smartphones more frequently to work, so they are very interested in apps that support their job. Luckily, there are new mobile architecture apps coming out every day that make things

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Relocatable homes for restless millennials

  Millennials don’t compromise with anything, and for that precise reason these relocatable homes are the perfect solution for the restless generation. Buildable, compact, and highly efficient (the generation Y cannot live without Internet or

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The Harbin Opera House: architecture that tunes in with the environment

  MAD Architects Studio from Pekin has built an opera house in Harbin, China that is perfectly in tune with the cold environment. This opera house is covered with white aluminum panels that fully blend with the background when it snows.

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Morpheus: the hotel that ZHA dreamed of building

  Morpheus is the hotel that any architecture studio dreams of building, but one that only ZHA could make come true. The project directed by Viviana Muscettola of Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) combines a hypnotic optical structure with the

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Copperland house: an example of the return of wood to architecture

  The field of architecture tries to integrate a new element to its craft every day. New materials, new ways to adjust to the space or to distribute the same, new ways to make more ecological constructions. However, in terms of what’s new,

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5 tips to introduce the lagom concept into the kitchen

  The first thing we must say about the lagom concept is the fact that it isn’t just something “fashionable” or simply “trendy.” Lagom (which means “just the right amount” in Swedish) goes beyond the meaning of the word. It implies a complete

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ZHA conquers the world with innovative buildings

  Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) works non-stop. The studio of the architect of Iraqi origin is contemplating the construction of towers that depart from all schemes in different parts of the world. The most recent news is about a 35-floor

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