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Building Healthy Architectural Spaces

Building Healthy Architectural Spaces          “Health is Wealth.” A common saying. Now, if we were to replace the ‘a’ in wealth with ‘l’ and take ‘th’ to the superscript, the phrase would make a lot more sense. Wellth – the superlative form of wellness. In short, there’s no replacement for health. So, naturally the homes we live in and the places we work in must promote it.

Why Approach an Architect?

Why Approach an Architect?          For a person like you or me, planning to build a dream home or design your workplace, or maybe even renovate an existing building – just the thought of who to approach to get the job done takes the life out of us. So, we go around asking people for suggestions. By the end of this enquiry we are left with this long list of people which seems to only make things more tantalizing.

Urban Transformation and the Quality of Life in the Growing City

Urban Transformation and the Quality of Life in the Growing City          The idea of this blog is to give an idea of how urban transformation is not just a phenomenon of the present and was prevalent even during the Early ages. It is crucial to look at it in order to understand the trend in this transformation.

TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE

TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE          In today’s context, everyone speaks of process oriented architecture, a new form of technological advancement. Radical thinking has helped architects break away from the norms and create masterpieces. These have been possible...

THE ROLE OF AESTHETICS IN AN ADAPTIVE REUSE PROJECT

THE ROLE OF AESTHETICS IN AN ADAPTIVE REUSE PROJECT Case 1: Bernard Tschumi, Le Fresnoy - National Studio for Contemporary Arts, 1991-1998 Aestheticsin the Adaptive Reuse of Le Fresnoy The stark contrast between old and new creates a sense of visual tension, which is...