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Timber Construction in the 21st Century

The DIRTT Approach to construction’s foundation is in the ability to change, while also maintaining the power to remain the same. It has allowed for speedy changes to long-lasting solutions and the freedom to change one’s mind. The introduction of DIRTT’s timber construction has aligned with DIRTT’s core Read More

Top Architecture in NYC

There’s no doubt that New York City has one of the most captivating skylines in America. Despite the island’s size, it is packed full of architectural history and sights, created by the world’s leading architects. In Manhattan, there is a layer of different styles and ideas that Read More

Top Places to Study Architecture

If you are often inspired to create something great, or find yourself admiring and finding the flaws of every structure you see, getting into the field of architecture might be the best decision you can make. Architects are like inventors, as they are able to take their Read More

Most Well-Designed Ski Resorts in America

Winter is officially here, and for many that means hitting the slopes. Even if you don’t like to ski or snowboard, resorts typically offer amenities that would suit almost anyone. Maybe you like the restaurants, the local architecture, or just the overall atmosphere. Between the scenery and Read More

The Use of the Golden Ratio in Architecture

The Golden Ratio is the classic proportioning system that has been around for at least 2,400 years, and it can be seen in nature, art, music, and in architecture. Also known as Phi, the Golden Section, the Golden Mean, the Golden Proportion, and the Divine Proportion, the Read More

Top 5: World’s Best Cities for Architecture Lovers

Do you have a love for architecture and for travel? Combine your love for both, and get out and see the world. There’s nothing better than getting outside your element and expanding your horizons; seeing some amazing examples of architecture along the way doesn’t hurt either. Architecture Read More

“Hipster Chic” and Its Effect On The Brooklyn Office Space

Brooklyn. There is no denying that gentrification caused by skyrocketing prices of Manhattan living has led to the organic growth of Brooklyn living and office spaces. Brooklyn, a space that consisted of primarily abandoned warehouses and factories has transformed into a booming industry of like-minded creatives, start-ups and business people. Read More

Pencil Towers and The Future of the New York City Skyline

From fashion to architecture, it seems like everywhere you turn in New York City, a sleek look is desired. Pencil towers are the newest trend in luxury residence buildings. The first of which, One57, stands 96 stories tall and is located on 432 Park Avenue. Surprisingly, One57 Read More

Timber Construction in the 21st Century

Dec 19, 2016

The DIRTT Approach to construction’s foundation is in the ability to change, while also maintaining the power to remain the same. It has allowed for speedy changes to long-lasting solutions and the freedom to change one’s mind. The introduction of DIRTT’s timber construction has aligned with DIRTT’s core Read More

Architectural Buildings in NYC

Top Architecture in NYC

Mar 7, 2016

There’s no doubt that New York City has one of the most captivating skylines in America. Despite the island’s size, it is packed full of architectural history and sights, created by the world’s leading architects. In Manhattan, there is a layer of different styles and ideas that Read More

Top Places to Study Architecture

Top Places to Study Architecture

Feb 29, 2016

If you are often inspired to create something great, or find yourself admiring and finding the flaws of every structure you see, getting into the field of architecture might be the best decision you can make. Architects are like inventors, as they are able to take their Read More

Well-Designed Ski Resorts

Most Well-Designed Ski Resorts in America

Jan 28, 2016

Winter is officially here, and for many that means hitting the slopes. Even if you don’t like to ski or snowboard, resorts typically offer amenities that would suit almost anyone. Maybe you like the restaurants, the local architecture, or just the overall atmosphere. Between the scenery and Read More

The Golden Ratio in Architecture

The Use of the Golden Ratio in Architecture

Jan 11, 2016

The Golden Ratio is the classic proportioning system that has been around for at least 2,400 years, and it can be seen in nature, art, music, and in architecture. Also known as Phi, the Golden Section, the Golden Mean, the Golden Proportion, and the Divine Proportion, the Read More

NYC Architecture

Top 5: World’s Best Cities for Architecture Lovers

Dec 20, 2015

Do you have a love for architecture and for travel? Combine your love for both, and get out and see the world. There’s nothing better than getting outside your element and expanding your horizons; seeing some amazing examples of architecture along the way doesn’t hurt either. Architecture Read More

Office Furniture Design NYC

“Hipster Chic” and Its Effect On The Brooklyn Office Space

Oct 30, 2015

Brooklyn. There is no denying that gentrification caused by skyrocketing prices of Manhattan living has led to the organic growth of Brooklyn living and office spaces. Brooklyn, a space that consisted of primarily abandoned warehouses and factories has transformed into a booming industry of like-minded creatives, start-ups and business people. Read More

PencilTowers

Pencil Towers and The Future of the New York City Skyline

Sep 5, 2015

From fashion to architecture, it seems like everywhere you turn in New York City, a sleek look is desired. Pencil towers are the newest trend in luxury residence buildings. The first of which, One57, stands 96 stories tall and is located on 432 Park Avenue. Surprisingly, One57 Read More