Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories”

Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories” “Mañana Inmenso”, Buenos Aires Museo 2022. Image © Gonzalo Alfaraz Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981855/mariela-ajras-i-think-of-the-city-as-a-large-canvas-loaded-with-morphological-and-historical-stories Addressing themes involving memory, oblivion and gender, the Argentinean visual artist and muralist, Mariela Ajras, displays her art on … Read more

Architecture as a Transforming Agent: Urban Rehabilitation in Cape Verde

Architecture as a Transforming Agent: Urban Rehabilitation in Cape Verde © Marcelo Londoño Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981366/architecture-as-a-transforming-agent-urban-rehabilitation-in-cape-verde Improving people’s quality of life is one of the biggest goals of professionals in Architecture and Urbanism. When planning cities, creating housing or carrying out a simple refurbishment, we seek to improve the … Read more

Why Walking Can Be Faster Than Driving

Why Walking Can Be Faster Than Driving Photo do PxHere. Licença CC0 Domínio Público Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/980313/why-walking-can-be-faster-than-driving In 1854, the American writer Henry David Thoreau wrote the classic work “Walden”, recounting his experience of life in the woods and extolling the advantages of simple and self-sufficient life. Right at … Read more