Tutoring with Timber: Using Wood in Schools

Tutoring with Timber: Using Wood in Schools Gibsons Elementary, Gibsons, BC. Image © Ed White Photographs Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988832/tutoring-with-timber-using-wood-in-schools How does school design influence the process of teaching and learning? Understanding current educational design trends and methodologies is key to designing healthy spaces for students to develop their social … Read more

Sliding Doors in Houses with Interior Courtyards

Sliding Doors in Houses with Interior Courtyards Sanctuary House / Tai Ikegami. Image Cortesia de Western Window Systems Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988706/sliding-doors-in-houses-with-interior-courtyards Interior courtyards can be found in various types of traditional architectures around the world, especially in warmer climates. They can be classified as introverted, safe, and even sacred … Read more

The Case for Using Automated Building Performance Analysis in the Design Process

The Case for Using Automated Building Performance Analysis in the Design Process Courtesy of cove.tool Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988511/the-case-for-using-automated-building-performance-analysis-in-the-design-process Building performance is a hallmark of architecture in the 21st century. With buildings and the construction industry being significant contributors to carbon emissions, designers must do everything to reduce their buildings’ … Read more

Maximum Flexibility: The Possibilities of Vertically Folding Operable Walls

Maximum Flexibility: The Possibilities of Vertically Folding Operable Walls Skyfold Classic. Image Courtesy of Skyfold Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988491/maximum-flexibility-the-possibilities-of-vertically-folding-operable-walls As a response to this rapidly changing world, flexibility has become a top priority in contemporary interior design. That explains, for example, the growing demand for spacious and multifunctional spaces over … Read more

Last Call for Entries: IV Edition of Living Places – Simon Architecture Prize 2022

Last Call for Entries: IV Edition of Living Places – Simon Architecture Prize 2022 Anne Lacaton, Co-Founder of Lacaton & Vassal, Winner of I Edition of Living Places (2016). Image Courtesy of Simon Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987048/last-call-for-entries-iv-edition-of-living-places-simon-architecture-prize-2022 The IV edition of the biennial Living Places – Simon Architecture Prize for … Read more

A BIM Trial Project for a Nearly Zero-Energy Building

A BIM Trial Project for a Nearly Zero-Energy Building Bergerheide / Iglesias Leenders Bylois Architects. Image Courtesy of Vectorworks Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986926/a-bim-trial-project-for-a-nearly-zero-energy-building Architectural firm Iglesias Leenders Bylois Architects (ILB Architects) has begun to incorporate the use of building information modeling (BIM). The greatest advocate is architect Meindert Leenders, who … Read more

Top 20 A’ Design Award Winners: Formal Explorations for Good Design

Top 20 A’ Design Award Winners: Formal Explorations for Good Design Nature Towards You by Xiaowei Liu and Linying Jiang. Image © A’ Design Awards Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986545/top-20-a-design-award-winners-formal-explorations-for-good-design The A’ Design Awards – the world’s leading annual international juried design competition – were established to promote and recognize the … Read more

Why Circadian-Effective Electric Lighting Matters

Why Circadian-Effective Electric Lighting Matters Khabele Elementary Expansion / Derrington Building Studio. Image © Peter Molick Photography Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986206/why-circadian-effective-electric-lighting-matters “Counting sheep” is a well-known mental exercise that people use when trying to fall asleep. It is thought to have been popularized by Miguel de Cervantes in Don Quixote, … Read more

Request for Proposal: Design Competition for the Marine, Business, Research and Innovation Center (MBRIC) in Ceiba, Puerto Rico

Request for Proposal: Design Competition for the Marine, Business, Research and Innovation Center (MBRIC) in Ceiba, Puerto Rico Courtesy of Puerto Rico’s Local Redevelopment Authority for Roosevelt Roads (LRA) / Roosevelt Roads Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986454/request-for-proposal-design-competition-for-the-marine-business-research-and-innovation-center-mbric-in-ceiba-puerto-rico Puerto Rico’s Local Redevelopment Authority for Roosevelt Roads (LRA) is issuing a Request for … Read more

What is the Future of BIM? Graphisoft Unveils Archicad 26

What is the Future of BIM? Graphisoft Unveils Archicad 26 Wolf Point East Building / Pappageorge Haymes. Image Courtesy of Graphisoft Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986357/what-is-the-future-of-bim-graphisoft-unveils-archicad-26 Considered the second most requested skill (behind field experience) in the industry and used by a growing number of design professionals, Building Information Modeling (BIM) … Read more