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Quote of the day [Eric Cesal]

“Communities are not just buildings. Communities are made up of people and ethos and spirit and culture. If you want to rebuild a place well, you have to understand those cultural anchors.” – Eric Cesal Advertisements

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Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum, Frederic C. Hamilton Building – Denver, Colorado, USA – By Daniel Libeskind The design of the museum imitates the rocky mountains, and has been a landmark for the city- an amazing steel structure to behold. From the … Continue reading

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SOLUTIONS TO THE INCESSANT COLLAPSE OF BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA

SOLUTIONS TO THE INCESSANT COLLAPSE OF BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA – SEMINAR PAPER DELIVERED BY ENGR. IKE CHUKWUNEKE FNI Struct E (LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC, 2002) “The planning, approval, construction and commissioning of a building project is a dynamic process. It involves … Continue reading

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RATIONALISM IN ARCHITECTURE

Introduction Rationalism began as a 17th century ideology that led to the Enlightenment, a period in history where reason was the primary instrument for justifying and understanding the “hows” and “whys” of things and circumstances. The Enlightenment was a time … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Archgreentecture

Wishing you all a Merry, merry,.. Christmas, and a Prosperous New Year, too! Stay Blessed. Peace n’ Love!!

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Petra: The Rock-Cut Capital City

Petra, Jordan (6th Century BC) – Situated between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea and inhabited since prehistoric times, the rock-cut capital city of the Nabataeans, became during Hellenistic and Roman times a major caravan centre for the incense … Continue reading

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House Boat

Do you want to “cruise”? …Come join the (crew) house boat (sailing in the waters of Kerela) 🙂

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