Tag: architecture
arch

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings - a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of buildings from around the world, and very soon also - www.Clippings.com, a new design-inspiration project by the team behind OpenBuildings.  Parking has been an important issue for cities for as long as the world turns with cars on it. While car parks […]

curtains

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings. This month the team behind OpenBuildings has a brand new invite-only site and brand new content to share with you from the sister site www.clippings.com! Below you will not only see the normal selection of great architecture but also also links to thematic selections of inspirational content, which might […]

Inspired-Arch

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings. This month the team behind OpenBuildings has a brand new invite-only site and brand new content to share with you from the sister site www.clippings.com! Below you will not only see the normal selection of great architecture but also also links to thematic selections of inspirational content, which might […]

interactive

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings - a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of buildings from around the world, and very soon also - www.Clippings.com, a new design-inspiration project by the team behind OpenBuildings.  More than just ‘computation and kinetics embedded in architectural form’, interactive architecture has become instrumental in inciting outside-the-box communication among people, and also […]

library

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings - a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of buildings from around the world, and very soon also – www.Clippings.com.  In the age of rapid information technology development and the Internet, the library has inevitably lost some of its glamour, or at least, its granted presence within people’s lives […]

cubes

It is an undeniable fact – highlighted in 2004 ‘Content’ by Rem Koolhaas too – that ‘shape is easy’. It is recognisable; works with our subconscious; and in the case of Platonic solids like cubes shape is also a philosophical notion with numerous connotations – starting from symmetry and regularity; stretching as far as our […]