10 Mind-Refreshing Activities for Exhausted Architects

Architecture practice is both mentally and physically demanding. You are in a constant need of being creative to generate ideas and solve every emerging problem. You may need to spend many sleepless nights to g...

What Happens When Architects Design Desserts

What Happens When Architects Design Desserts The Ukranian pastry chef Dinara Kasko has found in pastry a field in which she can combine baking with geometric figures and architectural designs. Kasko isn’t your...

Jouissance Surplus | Chris Thackrey and Simeon Brugger

Jouissance Surplus  “Our existence and the ontology of the objects around us are in a state of perpetual mediation.” - Levi Bryant in Onto-Cartography, an Ontology of Machines and Media Jouissance Surplus i...

Sky Habitat of Safdie Architects is now completed

Sky Habitat The renowned Israeli-Canadian architect, Moshe Safdie, whose practice has lasted for decades and it is focused on structures with nestled forms of fractal geometry in built space, has recently comp...

5 Visions Of The Future Cities

From flying cars to gardens on the rooftops and cities that stretched through land and sea is what architects had imagined future cities would look like. There is a multitude of imagined cities of the future an...

Brass Swarm | Kokkugia

Brass Swarms | Kokkugia Using advanced algorithmic strategies and robotic fabrication, Kokkugia, an experimental architecture research practice has come up with a fascinating prototype called the Brass Swarm...

Experimental Architecture Biennial | Prague

Experimental Architecture Biennial The word experimental stands for the transformation of different properties and aspects to which the world is still not that familiar with - hence, the Experimental Architect...

England’s Roads Will Soon Power Electric Cars

England's Roads Will Soon Power Electric Cars On August 11, the British Government announced a trial for an off road technology that will power ultra-low emission vehicles as they drive along them. Following a...