Sweden's Stockholm Archipelago Home Architecture

A wrap up Sauna facilities and the needs of this modern seaside cottage homes. A comfortable, cozy home style suited to socialize in groups and just relax. The main house is open to the sea, while the bedrooms and more private bathroom, overlooking a remote page set by the old oak tree and rock. Located in Sweden Stockholm Archipelago, Island House by WRB Architects is a cool beach house

Amazing bridge Architecture ever

This bridge (the Slauerhoffbrug) is located in Leeuwarden, Netherlands and is seriously cool... Unlike most drawbridges which open at the center, pivoting at the street level (or even others that have only one operable piece pivoting at the street level), this bridge is lifted up and over the street using a cantilever system. I'm not sure who did the bridge, but its asymmetrical design is not

Clean Architecture with minimal design concepts

A very clean, minimal design. This minimalist design is really lovely - I particularly like the way they integrated the texture of the living wall into the design - but it is also very unusual for a Dutch firm! Of course, I realize that is a complete generalization, but I'd have to say that the Dutch aren't typically known for their minimalism. Innovation? Yes. Humor? Definitely. Restraint?

The house mimetic, Green Architecture Concept

this unique summer cottage built mainly of concrete and glass that blends with the vegetation of the maritime forest where it is located. When carrying out the project, the architects had to solve the problem of lack of light there and meet two primary requirements: to conform to the low budget available and that its maintenance was nil. The house to be used for much of the year,

World Football's Top 10 Stadiums

A football match is not just about the 22 players on the pitch. Spectators play a huge part in the occasion. The design of a stadium and the atmosphere it generates can have an intimidating effect on players and officials which can even influence the result. As new stadiums start to dominate the sporting skyline around the world, this list pays homage to great venues which have stood the

Top fifteen church architectures in the World

1. The Church of Hallgra­mur (Reykjava­k, Iceland) Embed Image The Church of Hallgramur is a Lutheran parish church which is also a very tall one, reaching 74.5 meters (244 ft) height. It is the fourth tallest architectural structure in Iceland. It took incredibly long to build it (38 years!) Construction work began in 1945 and ended in 1986.2. Las Lajas Cathedral (Colombia, South America)

White House , Architecture Room

Probably the most famous room in the White House (at least in my understanding) is the East Room, home to some of the most memorable events in the building's history. The largest room in the house, it was originally refered to as the Public Audience Hall but the name was thought to sound too reminicent of a throne room and so has since been referred to as the more democratic sounding East

Spanish Revival Homes

The Spanish Revival is an architectural style, rather an American rendition of the original Spanish architectural styles that came into the prominence in the early part of the 20th century, with many houses being built according to that style in the states of California and Florida. The typical houses that are built on the basis of this style of architecture stands out for the fact that the

Australian Architects

Whenever you see a building in the Central Business District of Sydney, all of it are designed by architects some local and foreign. Architects are those who have been educated for this field and are licensed on planning as well as designing the buildings. Safety in the structure is essential to an architect's work, so they are needed to undertake an advanced education and an internship for them

Elements of Japanese Gardens

Which garden style you choose, and what it contains, will depend on many things. You'll need to look at the size of the area you have to plant, the climate and conditions in the place you live, and the purpose of the garden. Do you want a retreat from the world, or an open space to enjoy the sun with your family? Do you like to work in the garden, keeping edges trimmed and beds tidy, or would you

Architecture Design with Environmentally Friendly

There once was a day where one someone was speaking about the word green, it was obvious they were referring to a color formed by mixing yellow and blue. That assumption is no longer true; with our society leaning toward a healthier environment and ways we can help save the earth, the term green now takes on a whole new meaning. One way to support an environmentally conscious lifestyle is with

The Future of Real Estate - Green Architecture

As we continue to find ourselves in a situation where natural resources are getting depleted at rapid rates, it becomes imperative that we consider as many options to bring ourselves closer to the environment, and to the use of eco-friendly, non-depleting resources as possible.Take the case of fossil fuels; they are both depleting as well as non-eco-friendly, with harmful emissions being a