Graham Foundation Announces the Names of 2022 Individual Grant Recipients

Graham Foundation Announces the Names of 2022 Individual Grant Recipients “Silt Deposits and Floodwaters in Lubra,” 2022. Photograph, 3 x 5 in. From the 2022 individual grant to Dane Carlson, Sonam Lama, and Yungdrung Tsewang for Landscape is Change: Doing the Work of Making Landscape across Time. Image Courtesy of Yungdrung Tsewang Share Share Facebook … Read more

Queer Spaces and the Path of Positive Possibilities Within Architecture: an Interview with Adam Nathaniel Furman

Queer Spaces and the Path of Positive Possibilities Within Architecture: an Interview with Adam Nathaniel Furman © Kaoru Yamada Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982304/queer-spaces-and-the-path-of-positive-possibilities-within-architecture-an-interview-with-adam-nathaniel-furman “Growing up queer means experiencing the destabilizing absence of a broad and accessible queer history, most notably, in our case, in relation to spatial design.” This account … Read more

Shunchang Museum / UAD | ArchDaily

© Qiang Zhao + 35 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982521/shunchang-museum-uad © Qiang Zhao Text description provided by the architects. Shunchang Museum is located in a county that features a unique location. As approaching the project, the architects studied the internal connection between the site and the city, balanced the local context … Read more

Neuroarchitecture: How Your Brain Responds to Different Spaces

Neuroarchitecture: How Your Brain Responds to Different Spaces Amazon Spheres in Seattle / NBBJ. Photo © Bruce Damonte Architectural Photographer Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982248/neuroarchitecture-how-your-brain-responds-to-different-spaces Have you ever heard of neuroarchitecture? What would spaces look like if architects designed buildings based on the emotions, healing and happiness of the user? Hospitals … Read more

Homerton College Dining Hall / Feilden Fowls

Homerton College Dining Hall / Feilden Fowls © David Grandorge + 40 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982480/homerton-college-dining-hall-feilden-fowles © Jim Stephenson Text description provided by the architects. Homerton College sits to the south of the city of Cambridge. Its core buildings were constructed in the 1870s for Cavendish College, with Homerton College … Read more

Towards Sustainable and Affordable Housing: Is 3D Printing the Future or the Present?

Towards Sustainable and Affordable Housing: Is 3D Printing the Future or the Present? ICON 3D Printed Homes Community First Village, Austin, TX. Image © Regan Morton Photography Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/979103/towards-sustainable-and-affordable-housing-is-3d-printing-the-future-or-the-present In recent years, the construction industry has faced challenges. A lack of skilled workers is driving up costs of … Read more

Discontinued Aesthetics: The Effects of Abrupt Changes in Urban Landscapes

Discontinued Aesthetics: The Effects of Abrupt Changes in Urban Landscapes Sundance Square, a new central place for the city of Fort Worth, TX, USA. Image Courtesy of PPS Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982345/discontinued-aesthetics-the-effects-of-abrupt-changes-in-urban-landscapes Public spaces play a significant role in organizing the life of every community but defining what differentiates them … Read more

Cities of the Future: Julia Watson on Nature-based Technologies and Radical Materials

Cities of the Future: Julia Watson on Nature-based Technologies and Radical Materials Las Islas Flotantes is a floating island system on Lake Titicaca in Peru inhabited by the Uros, who build their entire civilization from the locally grown totora reed. Image © Enrique Castro-Mendivil Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982141/cities-of-the-future-julia-watson-on-nature-based-technologies-and-radical-materials Looking ahead … Read more

Ceramic Flooring That Can Be Installed 8 Times Faster Than Conventional Tiling

Ceramic Flooring That Can Be Installed 8 Times Faster Than Conventional Tiling ©Christian Diet Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/979557/ceramic-flooring-that-can-be-installed-8-times-faster-than-conventional-tiling Flooring can either make or break a space. With the proper design, it can enhance a room’s design, mark a good first impression and positively impact user experience. However, because floors must … Read more

Burnt Cement vs Porcelain Tile: Resignifying Aesthetics in Architecture

Burnt Cement vs Porcelain Tile: Resignifying Aesthetics in Architecture Toilet Complex of Faculdade de Arquitetura, Design e Artes Alberto Martinez + Guido Villalba + Yago García + tda. Image © Leonardo Méndez Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982355/burnt-cement-vs-porcelain-tile-resignifying-aesthetics-in-architecture The concept of aesthetics goes back to the Greek civilization and refers to perception … Read more