The A’ Design Awards takes place annually and recognises projects from around the world with design prizes in categories including, architecture, interiors, landscaping and design. Continue reading “The Best Interior Space and Exhibition Design”
Paris is a city known for its timeless architecture, culinary escapades that delight every type of palate, and an eternal quest to discover secrets that locals guard close to their hearts. Continue reading “The Neighbourhood That Fits Your Personality Best”
Design Work Group has completed a family home in the Indian port city of Surat, which features a gently undulating brick facade that offers shade from the sun. Continue reading “Red Brick Facade Shades House Design”
Architect Jim McLaughlin has designed houses to suit a variety of landscapes across the United States and in foreign countries.
Builder David Lloyd, right, looks over building plans with Ian Sundby at a construction site in Ketchum.
Designing and building homes for clients in the Wood River Valley comes with particular challenges and hard-won rewards. The architecture and construction firms that won Best of the Valley awards this year shared some of the secrets of their success. Continue reading “The Ups and Downs of Designing and Building Homes”
Structures across the U.S. — including city halls, bridges, and skyscrapers — are bathed in rainbow lighting this weekend in honor of LGBT Pride. Continue reading “Skyscrapers Lit Up to Honor Pride”
If there was one obvious criterion guiding the design of the new Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, which opened to the public in April near the eastern edge of Independence National Historical Park, it was that the building had to embody a certain Americanness: It had to look as though it belonged in a group of buildings hugely important to the country’s early history, including Independence Hall, Carpenters’ Hall and the Merchants’ Exchange. Continue reading “An Architectural Identity Crisis”
A high-end Perth home builder has failed in its attempt to sue a Perth businessman it claimed had ripped off one of its designs to build a $1.7 million house in Bicton. Continue reading “Failure to Attempt A Case of Stealing A Home Design”
World-renowned architect to share inspiration and insight with 130 graduates from across the architecture, construction management design programs Continue reading “A World Renowned School for Architecture & Design”
Dangling from a rope and looking 16 stories straight down, Danyell Reynolds trembles with fear, closes her eyes and thinks about why she is risking her sanity, if not her life, to bring attention to the nationwide opioid epidemic. Continue reading “Rappelling 16 Stories Down A Building to Bring Awareness to Opioid Epidemic”
An Ottawa family is building a secondary school in Madagascar in hopes of preventing child trafficking in the African country. Continue reading “Building A School To Prevent Child Trafficking”