Diogo Burnay applied last year the post of Director of the School of Architecture at Dalhousie University in Halifax, and in August was selected for a 'short-list' which also includes an American architect, an Italian and a Norwegian .
Well before you toss that old, dingy public library card, take a gander at these beautiful works of art. It’s been said that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but we’d have to agree that you can definitely judge a library by its façade.
Lord Rogers’ architectural partnership, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, has been chosen by the principality of Monaco to help redevelop the heart of Monte Carlo in a project due to be completed by 2016.
The thought of Chicago in the 1920’s usually conjures up images of gangsters, Prohibition, and other Roaring 20’s clichés, but there was another movement in the Chicago area that encompassed this decade. It inhabits the world of graphic art and has gone relatively unheralded, especially outside the Windy City region – The Insull Transit Posters.
In The Sad Death Of The Knob, Switch And Button, Jason Torchinsky takes a look at a topic of some importance to car designers: the vehicle interior. He makes the case that designers have been distracted by the shiny, and argues that this could have potentially fatal effect.
The main goal is to illustrate a simple message that you are trying to get across. Complex illustration usually lead to hurtful perceptions. By thinking outside the box, you will be able to create a wonderful design.
The Hunter Museum of American Art’s neo-classic facade provided Artistic Image (AI) with the perfect canvas for creating a larger than life spectacle for the closing weekend of Chattanooga’s 2011 RiverRocks Festival.
A revolution in cognitive neuroscience is changing the kinds of experiments that scientists conduct, the kinds of questions economists ask and, increasingly, the ways that architects, landscape architects and urban designers shape our built environment.
Thoughts of indoor trees often evoke the aptly named 'weeping fig' commissioned into so many soulless corporate atria, food courts and hotel lobbies. But lately we're seeing indoor trees—both perennial favorites and snappy greenhorns—bringing bold, tonal and soulful architectural elements to interiors modern and traditional.
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