Category: Architecture

Scandinavian Home

 Scandinavian homes From crumbling flats in Copenhagen to Swedish lake houses, incredibly lovely Scandinavian interiors You may also like: 19 Rustic Interiors | Three Hygge Recipes | How to Hygge| 16 Ideas for a Cosy Living Room | The Best European Weekend Breaks Scandinavia is famous for its distinctive style – pared-back, clean lines, and form and function are combined to create aesthetically…
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RRB Building

MM House

Modern architecture has something for everyone. Even if your taste may veer towards the opposite side of the design spectrum (i.e. rustic country)— there are still elements of modern design that will appeal to you. Don’t believe it? After reading this article, you may change your mind. The fundamentals of modern architecture are clean and…
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Bedroom 2

Kitchen BS

S2 Office

Gallery, in architecture, any covered passage that is open at one side, such as a portico or a colonnade. More specifically, in late medieval and Renaissance Italian architecture, it is a narrow balcony or platform running the length of a wall. In Romanesque architecture, especially in Italy and Germany, an arcaded wall-passage on the outside of a structure is known as a dwarf gallery.…
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SKYSCRAPER Buildings

S Skyscrapers are the world’s tallest buildings. They first appeared in New York and Chicago at the end of the 19th century. Skyscrapers are often like small cities. They offer space for offices, apartments, shops, hotels, restaurants and other services. Tens of thousands of people live and work there.  Skyscrapers have two parts: the foundation is the part below the ground and the superstructure is…
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Exterior

These visually arresting facades can’t be accused of being boring. Our editor’s top picks of the week feature homes from our community with impressive exteriors.

Interior

There’s more to styling your home than the physical look and textural feel of your space. A truly welcoming home is one that also smells great. Fragrances and the impact they have on our psyche are often underestimated, though this is changing, as evidenced by the growing ranges of candles and diffusers now available.

Lighting and Architecture Have to Work Together

Before we get into how light and architecture impact one another, it’s important to know the main categories of buildings and what each try to accomplish with lighting. The first group (public buildings) is comprised of sports arenas, libraries, hospitals, etc. These types of buildings are more concerned with providing the right amount of light…
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