How Copenhagen is Designed for Delight

How Copenhagen is Designed for Delight Tourists biking at Nyhavn, Copenhagen. Image © Febiyan Rachman Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986501/how-copenhagen-is-designed-for-delight According to the World Happiness Report, Denmark has continually topped the survey of happiest countries for years. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is known for its brightly colored waterfront buildings and … Read more

Pragmatic Utopia: How Reality Finally Caught Up with Fiction in BIG’s Latest Monograph

Pragmatic Utopia: How Reality Finally Caught Up with Fiction in BIG’s Latest Monograph The Twist Museum / BIG. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983025/utopic-architecture-has-reality-finally-caught-up-with-fiction Architecture, with all its practitioners, academics, and theorists, have long been exploring utopic ideas with hopes of turning them into something concrete for the … Read more

The Architecture of Virtual Environments: Designing for the Metaverse

The Architecture of Virtual Environments: Designing for the Metaverse Zaha Hadid Architects’ virtual gallery “NFTism. Image © JOURNEE Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980632/the-architecture-of-virtual-environments-designing-for-the-metaverse For the past couple of years, the metaverse has been gaining prominence, prompting architects to consider its implications for our relationship with the physical environment and how can … Read more