"Architecture" Blogs & Blog Posts

MrDeeMrDee

Programming for fun and employment

 
Garden Design GuruGarden Design Guru

Thoughts from the Principal of the Oxford College of Garden Design

 
ArchitectureMNPArchitectureMNP

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

 
Rabin Photography "One MIllion Tulips"Rabin Photography "One MIllion Tulips"

capturing primarily flora and urban landscapes throughout my journeys in Ce...

 
Provence PostProvence Post

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

 
This Ain't No DiscoThis Ain't No Disco

This Ain't No Disco showcases the interiors of the world's best a...

 
Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

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

 


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Paula Jacobs showed that across the USA, historic shules (synagogues) became Jewish cultural centres and museums, breathing new life into dilapidated and empty shule buildings. They preserved the stories of C20th American Jewish immig­rants an...

In California, we're looking at power outages in the North and South as the only way to avoid massive wildfires.  Meanwhile, in Copenhagen, there's a new power plant "embodying the notion of hedonistic sustainability." Known both as Amager Bakke an...

MuDD Architects are experimenting with new technologies and old construction techniques to come up with more sustainable building solutions. In this video, founder Stephanie Chaltiel speaks about the importance of making construction accessible to an...

I wrote about Bauhaus' 100th anniversary: 1919-2019 a few months ago. Basically, when the tragedies of WW1 finally ended, architect Walter Gropius founded Bauhaus School of Art & D in Weimar Germany to design for the new world...

The standard North American home (pictured above) is horrible inefficient and quite bad for the environment. As the climate crisis conies to worsen we need to change the way we provide shelter for people: and that’s exactly what Phoenix, Arizon...

Brutal­ism was a style that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, adapting from the modernist architectural movement. Its monolithic concrete buildings composed of blunt rectangular forms, devoid of colour, decoration or symbolism, with cavern...

In the past Rouen was a city known for its medieval half-timbered houses. But things changed once the train arrived. The first railway station in Rouen was put into service in 1843 on the left bank of the Seine, connecting Rouen to Paris. In 1900, re...