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Architecture and the architectural profession are changing

To help architects better adapt with times, learn new skills to keep up with technological advancements, we developed a new online platform.

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Floating residential building in Amsterdam 

Sluishuis (the Watergate translate from Dutch) is a new project for a residential building on the shores of a lake in Amsterdam...



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Among the tree branches

Located near a lake in Quebec Province, Canada, m.o.r.e. cabin is an unusual mountain hut, an example of how following generally accepted norms is not always the best solution.



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Ready for a second life

This abandoned, weather - beaten mill located near a lake in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic, began its second life thanks to a family’s dream of a quiet, secluded nook in nature...



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During recession 3D skills and affordable tools are on architects' radar

With 41 million users globally, SketchUp has proven to be one of the most accessible 3D modeling tools on the market...


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The Positive Impact of Real-Time Visualization at M Moser Associates

M Moser Associates is a leading global workplace design and delivery company founded in 1981 in Hong Kong by California-native Moira Moser...



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Feeling of Freedom

This house on the Greek Sithonia peninsula is the epitome of freedom and summer, but, paradoxically...



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Renzo Piano - The architect of light

Renzo Piano – one of the most productive and influential architects of our times, does not look like a celebrity. He looks, dresses and behaves more like a university professor, which he actually was in an earlier period of his life which started in 1937 in Genoa.


Design & Time

The fact that following the logic of its sequence this issue is a bridge that spans between two years is only partly the reason for the subject matter of the text. The more relevant one is the lasting trend which persistently shapes the nature of design, turns into an increasingly more deliberate criterion of its essence and suggests whether or not it is good.


Filip Boyadzhiev and the urban environment

Interview with one of the few Bulgarian graphic designers committed to the information systems.


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