"Architecture" Blogs & Blog Posts

Y ArquitecturaY Arquitectura

Spanish blog about sustainability and architecture, ideas, construction, ur...

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 
Garden Design GuruGarden Design Guru

Thoughts from the Principal of the Oxford College of Garden Design

 
Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
Provence PostProvence Post

If you live in, travel to or just love the South of France...

 
DEKOBOKODEKOBOKO

A Photographic Travelogue of Uneven Perceptions

 
ArchitectureMNPArchitectureMNP

A blog devoted to bringing its readers as much relevant architecture & ...

 


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Susie Harries’ Nikolaus Pevsner: The Life is an interesting book because it focuses on my hero’s personal life rather than his lecture notes. Nikolaus Pevsner (1902–1983) was born in Leipzig into a com­fortable and cultivated Jewish family. Fa...

Byzantine ChurchThe Byzantine Empire was vast, powerful civilisation traced back to 330 AD when the Roman emperor Constantine I (272–337) dedicated a New Rome. Constantine I had been a pagan before he con­verted to Christian­ity and after he died...

In 1929, Abraham Levitt founded a real-estate development company called Levitt & Sons who built mostly upscale housing on Long Is­land NY. Pre-WW2 first son William Levitt (1907–94) became company president, and the house...

Monograph, a startup working on cloud-based software that makes project and cost management easier for architects, announced today that it has raised $1.9 million in seed funding. The round was led by Homebrew Ventures and Parade Ventures, with parti...

When the Tiny House Festival Australia was held in March 2019 in Bendigo Vic, the aim was to investigate the lives of those who wanted a simpler and smaller life. With a third of greenhouse emissions coming from build­ings, living in an eco-friendly...

Winnipeg is at the geographic heart of Canada, with a population of 730,000. For the city’s most exciting sites, thank you to the Manitoba Historical Society and to my late mother’s large family in Winnipeg.1. The Forks was made a nation­al hist...

Eliyahu Hanavi/Elijah the Prophet Synagogue was originally built in Nabi Daniel St in Alexandria in the C14th. But I am surprised that the historians not know where it was, at least until restoration work revealed the remains of an older synagogue be...