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Bamboo, stabilized mud plaster, stabilized earth blocks,  stone, stone dust, waste and recycled materials were used in the construction of Bamboo Symphony by Ar. Neelam Manjunath.

Bamboo Symphony by Neelam Manjunath, Manasaram Architects in Bengaluru

Bamboo, stabilized mud plaster, stabilized earth blocks, stone, stone dust, waste and recycled materials were used in the construction of Bamboo...

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These successful designers either did not complete their education or simply paved their way by educating themselves how to design. Take a glance through all these notable autodidacts who pursued their passion of designing something exceptional without an architecture degree.

11 Architects Who did not Have an Architecture Degree

These successful designers either did not complete their education or simply paved their way by educating themselves how to design. Take a glance...

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One of the installations at the Venice Biennale as part of the project Vatican Chappels was by ALPI one of the producers of the first Pavilion of the Holy See, Vatican Chapels, at Fondazione Cini on the Island of San Giorgio Maggio.

9000 Wood Shingles Used to Create Vaticans Venice Biennale Pavilion

One of the installations at the Venice Biennale as part of the project Vatican Chappels was by ALPI one of the producers of the first Pavilion of...

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The right edge of the façade segment is cut off with a straight vertical line analogue to all the other segments of the overall façade. The façade is built in steel and aluminum, and painted in different colors. It contains embedded lighting that glows at night.

A Garage no Less than a Museum

The right edge of the façade segment is cut off with a straight vertical line analogue to all the other segments of the overall façade. The façad...

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Architecture takes the shape of ‘sustainable architecture’ when the architects involved use only environmentally friendly techniques

Why ‘Go Green’ in Architecture?

Architecture takes the shape of ‘sustainable architecture’ when the architects involved use only environmentally friendly techniques

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The Bund Finance center of China, Shanghai is a landmark for the city, thanks to its strategic positioning and unique curtain façade. Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio in collaboration designed The Bund.

A Curtain of Bronze Tubes

The Bund Finance center of China, Shanghai is a landmark for the city, thanks to its strategic positioning and unique curtain façade. Foster + Pa...

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Designed by Ar. Jiang-Yuan & Song-Chen, CUPONE Gateway Plaza provides a place to drink coffee, while being an extremely functional art installation in itself.

Cupone- the Valley as a Visual Delight by Soda Architects

Designed by Ar. Jiang-Yuan & Song-Chen, CUPONE Gateway Plaza provides a place to drink coffee, while being an extremely functional art installati...

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Surfaces Reporter- India’s 1st magazine specialized on ‘products & materials’ for architecture & Interiors-and Ply Reporter- India’s leading Ply magazine- have finished their 10th edition of the Talk of Town Event on 4th May 2019 at Hotel Renaissance, Ahmedabad.

An Eventful 10th Edition of the Talk of Town in Ahmedabad

Surfaces Reporter- India’s 1st magazine specialized on ‘products & materials’ for architecture & Interiors-and Ply Reporter- India’s leading Ply ...

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A market leader in the industry “NITCO”, India’s premium brand, is well known for its fine product quality, innovation & customer service. Known as a trendsetter, “NITCO” brings Italian excellence with exemplary quality of Tiles

NITCO Launches Its All-New Collection of Italian Glazed Porcelain Tiles at Indian Prices

A market leader in the industry “NITCO”, India’s premium brand, is well known for its fine product quality, innovation &...

A mesmerizing piece of furniture- ‘The Light Chair’- from Industrial designer Taehwan Kim is an epitome of Iridescence.

Taehwan Kims Captivating Chair With An Iridescent Sheen

A mesmerizing piece of furniture- ‘The Light Chair’- from Industrial designer Taehwan Kim is an epitome of Iridescence.

Sunflowers and other biomaterials have never been looked so beautiful, but Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly has found a way to transform the remaining parts of a sunflower crop into something extremely astounding.

Amazing Marble-Like Materials Made Out Of Sunflowers

Sunflowers and other biomaterials have never been looked so beautiful, but Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly has fo...

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