5 Designers Explore the Possibilities of Biomaterials in Mexico

5 Designers Explore the Possibilities of Biomaterials in Mexico © Almendra Isabel Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981871/5-designers-explore-the-possibilities-of-biomaterials-in-mexico As part of the 14-day design festival that took place in Mexico City, SPACE10 presented the exhibition “Deconstructed Home”, with the intention of taking it to different places in Mexico. Five designers were convened … Read more

Trends Always Come Back: Retro Aesthetics with Modern Materials

Trends Always Come Back: Retro Aesthetics with Modern Materials Mo-Tel House / Office S&M. Image © French + Tye Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982099/trends-always-come-back-retro-aesthetics-with-modern-materials As transitory as trends may be, they always have a way of coming back. We see it all the time in fashion, with clothing pieces we thought … Read more

Minimalist Windows: Erasing the Boundary Between Indoors and Outdoors

Minimalist Windows: Erasing the Boundary Between Indoors and Outdoors Pivoting window in Faruz House / Pitsou Kedem Architects. Image © Amit Geron Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981627/minimalist-windows-erasing-the-boundary-between-indoors-and-outdoors Like a beautiful painting, windows showcase interiors and frame landscapes that connect users to the outside world, directing our eyes to what really matters. … Read more

Self-powered Homes That Pay for Themselves by Producing Clean Energy

Self-powered Homes That Pay for Themselves by Producing Clean Energy Courtesy of Cosmic Buildings Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980354/self-powered-homes-that-pay-for-themselves-by-producing-clean-energy Now that the effects of climate change are visible and indisputable, consumers are more environmentally conscious than ever. In fact, as a United Nations 2021 study suggests, 85% of them reveal that … Read more

Go Big or Go Home: Oversized Doors in Residential Interiors

Go Big or Go Home: Oversized Doors in Residential Interiors Big White Pivot Door / FritsJurgens. Image Courtesy of FritsJurgens Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981345/go-big-or-go-home-oversized-doors-in-residential-interiors Interior doors serve multiple purposes in homes, such as providing security and privacy, separating spaces and buffering noise. But besides these obvious functions, they can also … Read more

How to Choose the Most Suitable Window Type for Your Project

How to Choose the Most Suitable Window Type for Your Project Casa Aviv / CO-LAB Design Office. Image © César Béjar Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980710/how-to-choose-the-most-suitable-window-type-for-your-project Windows are the elements that connect us to the outside world. It is from them that views are framed, privacy, lighting and natural ventilation are … Read more

How to Install the Hardware of a Pivot Door? A Detailed Guide

How to Install the Hardware of a Pivot Door? A Detailed Guide Courtesy of FritsJurgens Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980662/how-to-install-the-hardware-of-a-pivot-door-a-detailed-guide Without a doubt, pivot doors are more in style than ever. Rotating on a vertical axis with nearly invisible, these swinging doors components are characterized by their clean lines, contemporary aesthetic … Read more

Climate-Smart Furniture: The Story Behind a 100% Sustainable Lounge Chair

Climate-Smart Furniture: The Story Behind a 100% Sustainable Lounge Chair Courtesy of Andreu World Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980471/climate-smart-furniture-the-story-behind-a-100-percent-sustainable-lounge-chair Since the early 2000s, it has been widely reported that the construction industry accounts for nearly 40% of the planet’s CO2 emissions. The role of interiors in that percentage has been historically … Read more

How Do Tensile Structures Work and What Materials Can Be Used?

How Do Tensile Structures Work and What Materials Can Be Used? BUGA Pavilhão de Fibra / ICD/ITKE Universidade de Stuttgart. Image Cortesia de ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980473/how-do-tensile-structures-work-and-what-materials-can-be-used Let us return to the first architecture class on structures and the classification of structural efforts. In most structures, … Read more

How to Design Functional and Multipurpose Kitchen Islands

How to Design Functional and Multipurpose Kitchen Islands © NoortjeKnulst Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/937416/how-to-design-functional-and-multipurpose-kitchen-islands Islands are an essential part of any larger kitchen layout, increasing counter space, storage space, and eating space as well as offering a visual focal point for the kitchen area. Serving a variety of functions, they … Read more