Urban Design: How Architects are Creating livable and Walkable Cities

As an architect, I am deeply interested in urban design and the ways in which architects create livable and walkable cities. Urban design is a field that focuses on the planning and design of cities, towns, and other urban areas. It is a complex and challenging task requiring architects to consider various factors such as […]

Rise of Mid-Century Modern Architecture: Iconic Design Movement

As an architect, I have always been fascinated by the mid-century modern architecture movement that emerged in the 1940s and 1950s. This design movement, also known as the International Style, produced some of the most iconic buildings and architectural styles of the 20th century. The rise of mid-century modern architecture responded to the economic and […]

Impact of the Bauhaus Movement on Contemporary Architecture

As an architect, I have been greatly influenced by the Bauhaus movement, a school of thought that emerged in Germany in the early 20th century and profoundly impacted the field of architecture. The Bauhaus movement sought to bring together art, craft, and technology to create a new form of functional and aesthetically pleasing architecture. The […]

How Architects are Adapting to Rising Sea Levels and Extreme Weather

As an architect, I am increasingly aware of the need to design buildings that can withstand the effects of climate change, including rising sea levels and extreme weather events. The reality is that our planet is getting warmer, and we can expect more frequent and severe weather events in the future. Architects must adapt to […]

Innovative Solutions for an Aging Population

As an architect, I am increasingly aware of the importance of designing buildings that are accessible to everyone, especially for an ageing population. According to the World Health Organization, the proportion of the world’s population over 60 years is expected to double by 2050 and will reach nearly 2.1 billion. With this in mind, it’s […]

Tracing the Evolution of Art Deco Architecture

Art Deco architecture emerged in the 1920s and quickly became a dominant style in building design. It is characterized by its geometric shapes, bold lines, and use of new materials such as steel and concrete. The style emerged as a reaction to the more ornate and traditional Art Nouveau architecture that preceded it. It gained […]

The Role of Biophilic Design in Modern Architecture

As an architect, designing for health and wellness is important in my work. One approach that I have found to be particularly effective is the use of biophilic design. Biophilic design is an approach to architecture that emphasizes the connection between people and nature. It is based on the idea that humans have an innate […]