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  • Multi-storey car park in Novosibirsk by DROM, Arkhikuznya & Brusnika Design

    Multi-storey car park in Novosibirsk by DROM, Arkhikuznya & Brusnika Design

    DROM, Arkhikuznya & Brusnika Design recently completed works on this innovative car park in Novisibirsk, Russia. Metal sculptures, whose geometry evokes a bird’s eye view of the mountain range, are the most prominent element of this parking lot. The surface was oxidized with peroxide, salt, and acetic acid.  Because the Altai Mountains are located near […] More

  • Yuandang bridge by BAU

    Yuandang bridge by BAU

    BAU recently completed their latest project in Shanghai, China: Yuandang Bridge. The pedestrian bridge connects Jiangsu and Shanghai and is a dynamic ensemble, integrating ecology, transportation, landscape and culture. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. From the architects: The Yuandang Pedestrian Bridge celebrates the coming together of Jiangsu Province and Shanghai. […] More

  • NYC Garage at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton by SRG Partnership

    NYC Garage at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton by SRG Partnership

    SRG Partnership recently completed their latest project:  the NYC Garage at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. The project successfully merges safety, efficiency, and the functionality of 1,994 parking spaces for employees and visitors with the strength and spirit of competition and athleticism. Themes of movement and bold ideas are expressed through the garage’s massing, […] More

  • What Is the Difference Between Commercial and Residential HVAC Systems?

    What Is the Difference Between Commercial and Residential HVAC Systems?

    Installing heating and air conditioning equipment is a big investment for any building, especially in regions with extreme temperature fluctuations between seasons. Having the right system directly affects the occupants’ comfort level, and having an ineffective system could even cause them to move out if conditions are unbearable. Since there are usually multiple people working […] More

  • Understanding Smart Technology And The Future Of Parking

    Understanding Smart Technology And The Future Of Parking

    We live in a technological age where we are increasingly dependent on digital technology to get through our daily chores. It is fair to say that new gadgets and techniques are invented almost daily, all of which are designed to make life easier. In short, it has created the possibility of the Internet Of Things, […] More

  • Footbridge in Příbor by Petr Tej, Marek Blank & Jan Mourek

    Footbridge in Příbor by Petr Tej, Marek Blank & Jan Mourek

    Petr Tej, Marek Blank and Jan Mourek, a team of architects and bridge engineers, designed a unique ultra-high performance fibre reinforced concrete footbridge – a minimalist object made of perfect material. Simple geometry and absence of unnecessary details evoke an archetype – a stone laid over the water as an oldest form of a bridge. […] More

  • Suvereto Electricity Converter Substation by Pierattelli Architetture

    Suvereto Electricity Converter Substation by Pierattelli Architetture

    Italian studio Pierattelli Architetture has won the architecture contest to design the new Suvereto electricity converter substation. The new converter substation will be an additional piece in the modernisation of the current electrical connection between Sardinia, Corsica and the Italian peninsula. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • 6 Reasons To Hire A Plumber

    6 Reasons To Hire A Plumber

    Your home’s plumbing system is very crucial for the smooth running of your home. But despite this, many homeowners still consider plumbing work as something that they can handle themselves, especially with DIY projects becoming popular nowadays. Many believe that plumbing work doesn’t seem too complex to handle. Therefore, they opt to do the repairs […] More

  • Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge in SeaTac International Airport by Graham Baba Architects

    Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge in SeaTac International Airport by Graham Baba Architects

    Graham Baba Architects recently completed their latest project in Sea-Tac, Washington – the Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge at SeaTac International Airport. The materially rich palette takes its inspiration from the airline company’s roots in the Pacific Northwest. It features a number of custom fabricated elements. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • Connecting Footbridges UCT Prague by ov – a

    Connecting Footbridges UCT Prague by ov – a

    ov – a designed these stunning crystalline footbridges stretched between two historical buildings, forming a new symbol of the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

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