work | life balance

Every day at 6 p.m., their desks, tables and other work surfaces, with their computers attached, are hauled up to the ceiling by steel cables
Amsterdam design studio Heldergroen by Zecc Architects via

work | life balance

Every day at 6 p.m., their desks, tables and other work surfaces, with their computers attached, are hauled up to the ceiling by steel cables
Amsterdam design studio Heldergroen by Zecc Architects via

work | life balance

Every day at 6 p.m., their desks, tables and other work surfaces, with their computers attached, are hauled up to the ceiling by steel cables
Amsterdam design studio Heldergroen by Zecc Architects via

work | life balance

Every day at 6 p.m., their desks, tables and other work surfaces, with their computers attached, are hauled up to the ceiling by steel cables
Amsterdam design studio Heldergroen by Zecc Architects via

ARCKIT

ARCKIT® is a freeform model building tool that allows architects and everyone to physically explore designs and bring their projects to life. The interconnecting components use no glue and are completely modular, making it possible to create a diverse range of scaled structures that can be used as working models to communicate ideas to clients and to showcase finished projects.

ARCKIT

ARCKIT® is a freeform model building tool that allows architects and everyone to physically explore designs and bring their projects to life. The interconnecting components use no glue and are completely modular, making it possible to create a diverse range of scaled structures that can be used as working models to communicate ideas to clients and to showcase finished projects.

ARCKIT

ARCKIT® is a freeform model building tool that allows architects and everyone to physically explore designs and bring their projects to life. The interconnecting components use no glue and are completely modular, making it possible to create a diverse range of scaled structures that can be used as working models to communicate ideas to clients and to showcase finished projects.

blog wunderlust: 251th August 2014

The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building.
Louis Kahn

Could Lego Architecture Studio actually be useful for architects? | The ‘Starchitect’ Image | Rebel Architecture: The creator’s view | Big Read: A feast of art, food 
and architecture in Rodez | Paper Palaces | Clay robotics: the future of architecture is happening now in a Chilterns farm | Guerrilla architect | 20th Century architecture: Is it the end of our ‘concrete jungles‘? | Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchi

last word: Stop Order Placed On St Lucia Towers

blog wunderlust: 251th August 2014

The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building.
Louis Kahn

Could Lego Architecture Studio actually be useful for architects? | The ‘Starchitect’ Image | Rebel Architecture: The creator’s view | Big Read: A feast of art, food 
and architecture in Rodez | Paper Palaces | Clay robotics: the future of architecture is happening now in a Chilterns farm | Guerrilla architect | 20th Century architecture: Is it the end of our ‘concrete jungles‘? | Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchi

last word: Stop Order Placed On St Lucia Towers

blog wunderlust: 251th August 2014

The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building.
Louis Kahn

Could Lego Architecture Studio actually be useful for architects? | The ‘Starchitect’ Image | Rebel Architecture: The creator’s view | Big Read: A feast of art, food 
and architecture in Rodez | Paper Palaces | Clay robotics: the future of architecture is happening now in a Chilterns farm | Guerrilla architect | 20th Century architecture: Is it the end of our ‘concrete jungles‘? | Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchi

last word: Stop Order Placed On St Lucia Towers

blog wunderlust: 4th August 2014

If you plan cities for cars and traffic, you get cars and traffic. If you plan for people and places, you get people and places.
Frend Kent

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last word: Build communities, not just home units

Cristobal Palma

Acclaimed photographer cristobal palma, of santiago-based estudio palma, has produced a film which documents a great number of the buildings he has captured over the past four years. the movie, entitled ‘cristobal palma: architecture film work 2010-2014′ compiles palma’s short architectural videos, offering the viewer a deeper understanding of the various works.

Cristobal Palma

Acclaimed photographer cristobal palma, of santiago-based estudio palma, has produced a film which documents a great number of the buildings he has captured over the past four years. the movie, entitled ‘cristobal palma: architecture film work 2010-2014′ compiles palma’s short architectural videos, offering the viewer a deeper understanding of the various works.

Cristobal Palma

Acclaimed photographer cristobal palma, of santiago-based estudio palma, has produced a film which documents a great number of the buildings he has captured over the past four years. the movie, entitled ‘cristobal palma: architecture film work 2010-2014′ compiles palma’s short architectural videos, offering the viewer a deeper understanding of the various works.

Breath Box

A installation for the 2014 Festival of Lively Architecture entitled “BREATH BOX” designed by NAS Architecture which consists of a reflecting façade that reacts to wind, distorting the reflection of the sea.

Breath Box

A installation for the 2014 Festival of Lively Architecture entitled “BREATH BOX” designed by NAS Architecture which consists of a reflecting façade that reacts to wind, distorting the reflection of the sea.

blog wunderlust: 28th July 2014

Architecture isn’t a job persae, it is more of a lifestyle. We never really stop [doing] architecture no matter what we are doing.

Modern in Lexington, Kentucky | The tale of one woman’s radically simplified ‘built-it-myself’ life | Two Cool Skyscrapers By Architect Norman Foster Proposed for First and Mission (San Francisco) | Tour the Concrete Home of Reclusive Architect Peter Zumthor | So much architecture is monstrous – that’s why we like to see it demolished | The Problem With Minimalism | How a New Dutch Library Smashed Attendance Records

last word: End comes for notorious Venezuelan vertical slum

blog wunderlust: 28th July 2014

Architecture isn’t a job persae, it is more of a lifestyle. We never really stop [doing] architecture no matter what we are doing.

Modern in Lexington, Kentucky | The tale of one woman’s radically simplified ‘built-it-myself’ life | Two Cool Skyscrapers By Architect Norman Foster Proposed for First and Mission (San Francisco) | Tour the Concrete Home of Reclusive Architect Peter Zumthor | So much architecture is monstrous – that’s why we like to see it demolished | The Problem With Minimalism | How a New Dutch Library Smashed Attendance Records

last word: End comes for notorious Venezuelan vertical slum

blog wunderlust: 28th July 2014

Architecture isn’t a job persae, it is more of a lifestyle. We never really stop [doing] architecture no matter what we are doing.

Modern in Lexington, Kentucky | The tale of one woman’s radically simplified ‘built-it-myself’ life | Two Cool Skyscrapers By Architect Norman Foster Proposed for First and Mission (San Francisco) | Tour the Concrete Home of Reclusive Architect Peter Zumthor | So much architecture is monstrous – that’s why we like to see it demolished | The Problem With Minimalism | How a New Dutch Library Smashed Attendance Records

last word: End comes for notorious Venezuelan vertical slum

blog wunderlust: 14th July 2014

There’s a lineage of carpentry and masonry, building with high skill and great efficiency that’s specific to India, and I am transferring that ideology to projects around the world.
Bijoy Jain


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last word: Villanueva 114 years