World Architecture Day 2022: Designing for Well-Being and Promoting Spaces for Everyone

World Architecture Day 2022: Designing for Well-Being and Promoting Spaces for Everyone Amsterdam, Netherlands. Image © Created by @overview Source imagery: @maxartechnologies Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989914/world-architecture-day-2022-designing-for-well-being-and-promoting-spaces-for-everyone The first Monday of October of every year marks World Architecture Day and World Habitat Day. Celebrated simultaneously, they both seek to shed light … Read more

Dongchang Elevated Passage / Atelier Z+

Dongchang Elevated Passage / Atelier Z+ © Hao Chen + 49 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989259/dongchang-elevated-passage-atelier-z-plus © Hao Chen Text description provided by the architects. Dongchang Elevated Passage is a trestle bridge for only cyclists and pedestrians, in the Project on Public Space Connection of both Banks of Huangpu River, as … Read more

What a Real Estate Agent *Really* Thinks About Your Solar Panels

Solar panels harness the energy of sunlight to power your home. They not only save you money — you’re paying a much smaller part of the electric bill, after all — but they’re better for the environment. For more content like this follow Real EstateSustainability But wow, are they pricey! According to Angi, the average … Read more

Ten residences with deliberately unfinished interiors

A holiday home in northern Italy that was decorated on a budget and a Hackney apartment with exposed concrete walls are among the residences in this lookbook, which showcases interiors that have been left purposely unfinished. Peeling wallpaper, floors that have been left untreated and hanging cables give character to these interior design projects, which … Read more

This Jetsetter’s Bright Miami Loft Has a High Joy Ratio

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: Sarah Greaves-GabbadonLocation: Downtown Miami, FloridaSize: 864 square feetType of Home: Loft CondoYears Lived In: Five months, owned For more content like this follow Earlier this year, Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon … Read more

Questioning the Megalopolis in the Global South

Questioning the Megalopolis in the Global South Urban Cairo. Image © Nassim Wahba via Unsplash Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989840/questioning-the-megalopolis As of today, over 50% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, and by 2050, this urban population will almost double in size, and 7 of 10 people in the … Read more

Architecture and Landscape: 10 Projects Integrated in the Topography

Architecture and Landscape: 10 Projects Integrated in the Topography © João Guimarães Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989525/architecture-and-landscape-10-projects-integrated-in-the-topography As a starting point for architectural projects, the terrain and its topography point out the directions that the distribution of the program can follow. Among them, one solution stands out for the continuity between … Read more

NASA mission to demonstrate “very high velocity” solar-sail technology

The sun will power a key part of NASA’s upcoming Artemis 1 mission via a solar sail developed by Alabama company NeXolve to fly a craft into deep space without needing fuel. Solar sails use the momentum from light to push a spacecraft along without propellant, similar to how the wind propels a sailboat on … Read more

“I Felt It Was the Right Thing To Do”

“I Felt It Was the Right Thing To Do” 1490 Southern Boulevard. Image © Albert Vecerka Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989812/i-felt-it-was-the-right-thing-to-do This article was originally published on Common Edge. Architecture firms don’t usually make labor history, but it happened earlier this month when employees at Bernheimer Architecture agreed to form a … Read more

The Use of Indigenous and Locally Sourced Materials in Philippines Architecture

The Use of Indigenous and Locally Sourced Materials in Philippines Architecture © Beth Macdonald / Unsplash Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989529/the-use-of-indigenous-and-locally-sourced-materials-in-philippines-architecture The Philippines’ history and cultural background are continually reflected in the architectural landscape throughout the country, with its structures and dwellings harboring a handful of influences from the nations that … Read more