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The Boom In Blooming Buildings

04/05/2021 architecture & interior

The Boom In Blooming Buildings

Although vertical gardens and living walls have been in existence for millenniums, today they play a more pivotal role that ever in ensuring humans and nature can live together in harmony. As a movement, they are re-envisioning the role of architecture and how we live in urban spaces.
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Geometry Informs a Tree-Like Sanctuary in Cape Town

21/04/2021 architecture & interior

Geometry Informs a Tree-Like Sanctuary in Cape Town

A retreat in the foresty mountains of Cape Town rises to share the space with nature in a seemingly organic fashion. The architectural creation by Malan Vorster is a leading case study that displays an emerging South African design style. Propelling a vision that differs from Western ideals, this project was a shinning example from Beyond the West.
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Wang Shu and The Essence of Chinese Architecture Part II

15/04/2021 architecture & interior

Wang Shu and The Essence of Chinese Architecture Part II

For the second-part of the Wang Shu and Yoko Choi interview, the pair discuss China's position in the global architecture discourse and why Shu doesn't take on projects outside of his homeland.
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The Harmonizing Architecture of Thailand's Countryside

09/04/2021 architecture & interior

The Harmonizing Architecture of Thailand's Countryside

In Thailand, an architect had to be patient to realize his vision through his first projects. His studio today is a beacon of progressive design and thought that seeks to transform rural communities through architecture.
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Why Cities Need To Be Designed For All

05/04/2021 architecture & interior

Why Cities Need To Be Designed For All

An accessible city works for all its residents, regardless of age, gender, income, or condition. It also seeks to expand access to decision-making so that many voices can be heard. Inclusivity and accessibility are not just nice-to-haves. Explore what this looks like through The Ideal City.
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A Brutalist Spiritual Sanctuary in the Swiss Alps

19/03/2021 architecture & interior

A Brutalist Spiritual Sanctuary in the Swiss Alps

In 1946, an earthquake severely damaged a church in the Swiss town of Hérémence. The earlier site had to be torn down and its future placed in the hands of Walter Förderer, and his brutalist vision of a church is one of the greatest architectural feats of the postmodern era.
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