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Biomimicry in Architecture

Biomimicry | Inspiring Nature for Architecture

Biomimicry is imitatiting nature and what it designs, in order to find solutions to the problems for human designs. Architects who design the space between nature and people, the places where people live, also benefit greatly from biomimicry.
What is CLT Cross Laminated Wood System? Building Wooden Skyscrapers and high-rise buildings with the advantages of CLT Panel.

CLT – What is Cross Laminated Timber? CLT Buildings

Have you heard of CLT - Cross Laminated Timber System? How many floors can a wooden structure has maximum? Traditional wooden structures seem to have lost their fashion in the past century....
Is drawing ability necessary for architect

Is Drawing Ability Necessary in Architecture?

Is drawing ability required in architecture? Can anyone become an architect without drawing skills? If you are on the bottom rung, it is normal to ask questions like these. It is extremely...
how to become a successful architect

How to Become a Successful Architect? Best Tips for You

How to become a successful architect? What should I do to be a good architect? Are there rules for being a better architect? The number of those question can be increased. Today,...
what is Brutalism in architecture, examples of brutalist architecture

Brutalism Movement in Architecture

A structure that is designed no mather what its movement is, if it reveals the idea behind it with a good architectural language and successful expression, it always holds its authority and continues to defend itself against every criticisms. Thus, it also makes it possible to find supporters in every period. As a matter of fact, the successful works of Brutalism are still among the most inspired, referenced and visited structures.
architectural design in context example fallingwater house

Context and Architectural Design

Impressive and meaningful design ideas are those considered together with context. The environment that constitutes the context can be divided into two groups as artificial and natural environment. Don' forget, the more powerful reasons behind an architectural idea, the more impressive buildings will be.
Harmful effects of the built environment

Harmful Effects of The Built Environment on Public Health

The main important subject where the expanding human environment is harming is public health. To begin with, this harmful...
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