The Aestheticisation of Inequality: Contrasting Landscapes on the Periphery of Mexico City

The Aestheticisation of Inequality: Contrasting Landscapes on the Periphery of Mexico City Tianguis en la periferia de la Ciudad de México. Image © Alex González / Dronalexmx Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984712/the-aestheticisation-of-inequality-contrasting-landscapes-on-the-periphery-of-mexico-city The region we know today as the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico (ZMVM) has had a continuous … Read more

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis POST RUIN BENTIVOGLIO, curated by Antonio Grulli. Photo courtesy of Andreas Angelidakis. Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984893/unauthorized-buildings-and-people-finding-new-ways-to-think-architecture-with-andreas-angelidakis How might your persona or act differ if you were to put yourself before society’s expectations and limitations, embracing … Read more

deutsche telekom & LAYER’s magenta-mirrored fractal reflects connectivity

deutsche telekom creates fractal with layer An infinite room of dazzling, dynamic magenta welcomed visitors to the Interni Design Re-generation exhibition during Milan Design Week 2022. Deutsche Telekom Design & Customer Experience invited awe-struck guests into the immersive installation, titled Fractal, created in collaboration with LAYER. The mirrored-space encouraged people to literally reflect upon how … Read more

Lizzie Darden Colorful Florida House Tour Photos

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Name: Lizzie Darden (TikTok: @lizzie_darden), my boyfriend Shawn, our two cats Peachy and Tiny Cat, and our 19 year old chihuahua RoxyLocation: Cocoa Beach, FloridaSize: 1600 square feetType of … Read more

This Is the Planetary Color Associated with Your Zodiac Sign

Each zodiac sign is ruled by one of the seven traditional planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, the Sun and Moon, which function as planets in astrology even though they are not technically planets. For thousands of years, astrologers have also associated each celestial body with one or more colors that evoke its significations. These … Read more

Brooklyn Residential: Rethinking Home Design in NYC’s Most Populous Borough

Brooklyn Residential: Rethinking Home Design in NYC’s Most Populous Borough © Iwan Baan Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984609/brooklyn-residential-rethinking-home-design-in-nycs-most-populous-borough New York City is defined by its architecture, and in turn, diverse ways of living. As the nation’s “metropolis,” it has also faced some of the most challenging housing problems of any American … Read more

What Is the Environmental Impact of Each Building Material?

What Is the Environmental Impact of Each Building Material? The Construction Material Pyramid. Image © Center for Industrialized Architecture (CINARK) from Royal Danish Academy Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984663/what-is-the-environmental-impact-of-each-building-material Food pyramids are familiar to all of us. They are visual guides that show us the proportions of foods that we should … Read more

Haley Boyko Long Beach Loft Tour Photos

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Name: Haley Boyko, boyfriend Nick, and three dogs!Location: Long Beach, CaliforniaSize: 1,400 square feetType of Home: LoftYears Lived In: 1 year, renting After living in New York City for … Read more

The City as an Organism

AI generated view of Guatemala City . Image © ecoLogicStudio Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984738/the-city-as-an-organism Nature has continually played muse to architects. Colors and forms from the natural world find themselves embedded in artificial edifices. Buildings are also shaped by patterns of the wind and sun, topography, and vegetation. While architecture … Read more

The Right to the Beach: Walling off Coastal Erosion

The Right to the Beach: Walling off Coastal Erosion Construction of the Collaroy sea wall. Image © Northern Beaches Council Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984650/the-right-to-the-beach-walling-off-coastal-erosion At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, affluent Parisians flocked to second homes on France’s Atlantic coast as a nationwide lockdown came down … Read more