Styling Interiors with Design Icons: Eames, Breuer, Jacobsen, & Bellini

Styling Interiors with Design Icons: Eames, Breuer, Jacobsen, & Bellini The Wassily Chair by Knoll Int. next to the VITRA/Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair, B&B Italia’s Camaleonda Sofa and the VITRA Plastic Side and Fritz Hansen’s Egg Chair Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983972/styling-interiors-with-design-icons-eames-breuer-jacobsen-and-bellini In a way, classic furniture is like a … Read more

Sketching the Housing Crisis | Landscape Architecture Magazine

A pandemic sketchbook becomes a prompt to design activism. Text and images by Daniel Winterbottom, FASLA Daniel Winterbottom, FASLA, sketching outdoors. He calls urban sketching a public act, one of vulnerability and frustration balanced with unique opportunities for dialogue, discovery, and fulfillment. In these conditions, the scene, weather, and stamina are always shifting. Focus, adaptations, … Read more

What Role Do Materials and Construction Systems Play in Democratizing Architecture?

What Role Do Materials and Construction Systems Play in Democratizing Architecture? Wikkelhouse / Fiction Factory. Image Courtesy of Yvonne Witte Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983886/what-role-do-materials-and-construction-systems-play-in-democratizing-architecture “Architecture does not change anything. It’s always on the side of the wealthy.” With these words, Oscar Niemeyer referred to architecture as being a privilege mostly … Read more

Architecture and Yoga: Tools for Mindfulness

Architecture and Yoga: Tools for Mindfulness Kamadhenu Yoga Studio / Carolina Echevarri + Alberto Burckhardt. Image © Juan Cristobal Cobo Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983907/architecture-and-yoga-tools-for-mindfulness Living in an urban environment is demanding. Busy and competitive lifestyles leave people numbed from the effects of stress. Individuals in urban areas are more prone … Read more

Join “Architecture for Fashion” and Work with David Chipperfield Architects and Global Brands

Join “Architecture for Fashion” and Work with David Chipperfield Architects and Global Brands Courtesy of YAC Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983572/join-architecture-for-fashion-and-work-with-david-chipperfield-architects-and-global-brands Architecture is a privileged tool for brands that are characterized by a high-end positioning and that, beyond the quality of their own products, needs to feed an imaginary of prestige, … Read more

The Evolution of Architecture in the Philippines Through the Years

The Evolution of Architecture in the Philippines Through the Years Cityscape. Image © A-PA / Flickr Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983803/the-evolution-of-architecture-in-the-philippines-through-the-years The history and culture of the Philippines are reflected in its architectural heritage, with numerous influences from other nations paving the way for the contemporary designs we see today, a … Read more

Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2022: Edible ; Or, The Architecture of Metabolism

Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2022: Edible ; Or, The Architecture of Metabolism Architecture of Metabolism – Building infrastructures that produce resources and digest waste. © TAB 2022 curatorial team Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983841/tallinn-architecture-biennale-2022-edible-or-the-architecture-of-metabolism When we consider something edible, we understand its capacity to be eaten, consumed, or ingested independently of its … Read more

Architecture at the Service of Science: Jantar Mantar, Astronomical Observatories in India

Architecture at the Service of Science: Jantar Mantar, Astronomical Observatories in India Jantar Mantar, Nova Delhi. Photo by Matthias Alberti (distributed via imagegeo.egu.eu) Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983695/architecture-at-the-service-of-science-jantar-mantar-astronomical-observatories-in-india “in downtown New Delhi, huge curved structures sink in the ground, taking the form of a ramp. Amorphous voids mark the great twisted … Read more

“I Grew Up Where Architecture Was Designed to Oppress”: Wandile Mthiyane on Social Impact and Learning from South Africa

“I Grew Up Where Architecture Was Designed to Oppress”: Wandile Mthiyane on Social Impact and Learning from South Africa Wandile motivates students in Swaziland to chase after their dreams. Image © Troy Homenchuk, Andrew Von Maur, Andrews University School of Architecture & Interior Design Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/947507/i-grew-up-where-architecture-was-designed-to-oppress-wandile-mthiyane-on-social-impact-and-learning-from-south-africa Design justice … Read more

Hidden Figures: The Historic Contributions of Black Architects in the United States

Hidden Figures: The Historic Contributions of Black Architects in the United States Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture designed by Freelon Adjaye Bond/SmithGroup. Image © Nic Lehoux Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/949665/hidden-figures-the-historic-contributions-of-black-architects-in-the-united-states This article was originally published on Common Edge. Designer Paul Wellington, based in Milwaukee, United States, … Read more