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Defining an architectural style in a single decade is a near impossible task, considering that some large profile projects take about that time to conceive and realise. However, the 90's were quite a special time of reflection and experimentation....
Portugal is a place that my family and I have visited several times over the years. There's just something about the warm culture, delicious food, and the mixture of European and North African architecture that we have always loved and embraced. It was therefore no surprise when my Portuguese fiancé and...
As a profession renowned for its mathematical precision and pinpoint accuracy, one can imagine why creativity is not too high on the priority list of any engineering discipline. That said, history has proven that it is in fact the...
Light is one of the most important factors in the design of spaces. With the degree in which most prominent architects in the world obsess over "lighting" in spaces, both natural and artificial; it's no surprise that quite a...
This edition of Inside* takes us deep into the studio spaces on Cornell University's Milstein Hall. A state of the art extension to the College of Architecture and Planning that was designed by the international powerhouse, OMA. Milstein Hall is...