Architecture

We meet architect Germane Barnes: shaking up his field

Germane Barnes on racial demographics, cities and disruption in architecture The American Midwest has been shaking up the world of architecture. As part of our Next Generation 2022 project, we profile ten emerging practices pioneering change. Among them is Chicago-born Germane Barnes and his studio, with a base in Miami Germane Barnes has wanted to be an …

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Rainfall prediction app helps Indonesia’s farmers « Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

A new rainfall app is helping farmers in Indonesia’s Sumbawa Island navigate climate change. A collaboration between Bandung Institute of Technology, USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance and an international development nonprofit called World Neighbors is giving farmers important data on maximizing their crops. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos In the past, the farmers in Dompu Regency have relied on natural signs …

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Jorge Cazzorla Elegant Designs opens in Pittsford NY

Since he was a young man growing up in Venezuela, Jorge Cazzorla knew he wanted to make people’s dreams come true.   His passion for architecture, design and flowers led him down a path of glitz and glamour, turning even the simplest celebration into an elegant work of art.   His creations have been featured in prominent publications like The New York Times, and he’s …

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5 Coffee Table Books for Design and Architecture Geeks Everywhere – Robb Report

Rizzoli/Taschen/The Images Publishing Group The holidays are here, so now’s a great time to catch up on a book or two during the time away from work. Up to you what that looks like exactly, but we’d recommend snapping up a coffee table book that’s both gorgeous and informative. Flip through it when you have …

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B.L.U.E. architecture studio caves nature into zolaism dessert café, china

spirituality meets architecture through the cave-like design   caved under the bouldering tranquility, zolaism café by B.L.U.E. architecture studio reminisces of mountains and seas. in aranya- qinhuangdao in china, right in the plaza of the community, sits now the dessert store. the vastness of nature takes an urban stance as the project lures people in …

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İzmir Agriculture Development Center – Sasalı Biolab / Mert Uslu Architecture

İzmir Agriculture Development Center – Sasalı Biolab / Mert Uslu Architecture © Zm Yasa Architectural Photography + 40 ShareShare Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/974092/izmir-agriculture-development-center-nil-sasali-biolab-mert-uslu-architecture © Zm Yasa Architectural Photography © Zm Yasa Architectural Photography Text description provided by the architects. Shaped by the hands of humans, the deformations experienced in the natural environment …

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Deconstruct, Do Not Demolish: The Practice of Reuse of Materials in Architecture

Deconstruct, Do Not Demolish: The Practice of Reuse of Materials in Architecture Casa Collage / S+PS Architects. Image Cortesia de S+PS Architects ShareShare Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/974056/deconstruct-do-not-demolish-the-practice-of-reuse-of-materials-in-architecture Reform and adaptation of spaces represent a significant parcel of projects ordered to architecture firms, and reuse of preexisting structures is not newness. Functions and …

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Architecture Professors Join Fight to Save Cairo’s Historic Cemeteries

El-Kadi believes that the government plan represents an assault on the map issued by Unesco in 1979, which delineates the boundaries of Historic Cairo. “There is an insistence on tampering with the maps approved by international organizations, and the scope of the final preservation of Historic Cairo has not yet been approved,” she said. In …

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Why Zaha Hadid Architects Switched to Employee Ownership

Photo: View Pictures/Hufton+Crow/Universal Images Group via Getty Images In early December, the news broke that Zaha Hadid Architects, a 500-person firm based in London that was founded (and until her death solely owned) by the Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, had become a fully employee-owned company. “We can now reinvest all profits back into the business, …

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Conway native named partner in architecture firm | News

AMR Architects announced the promotion of James Sullivan, AIA to the firm’s partnership. Sullivan is a native of Conway, a graduate of the Fay Jones School of Architecture, and the eighth African American architect to hold an active license to practice architecture in the state of Arkansas. Sullivan has a 15-year history with AMR working …

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