Adaptive Reuse in Shanghai

A close look at some of the City’s most intriguing examples In recent years, China has proven to be a country with incredible speed in development, bringing in new infrastructure and exemplary architecture as

The World Architecture Community’s Community Awards, 37th Cycle

In the World Architecture Community’s 37th Cycle for the World Architecture Community Awards, a winning project in the student category was disqualified from the competition for not complying with competition rules. The BXL Oasis

3 Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Structures

The creative master of American architecture, the first architect to talk about organic architecture, and an architect who designed 1000 structures and built over 500 of these during his lifetime. When it comes to

The Staggering Beauty Of Baroque Architecture

Originally thought to be overwhelmingly strange, baroque architecture was enough to sway hearts into catholicism. In Spain, people thought of the irregularly-shaped but still beautiful and adored pearl when the word “baroque” was mentioned.

Architecture during the tuberculosis outbreak and what we can learn from it today

We crack open the spines of history and study how tuberculosis sanatoriums are a good way of showing architecture’s contribution to healthcare.  Tuberculosis is an age-old disease. Much research has said that evidence of

Louis Vuitton’s new Ginza Namiki Tokyo Flagship Store

Underwater Taken Above Ground. Artists take inspiration from many things. People, places, even events. But so far, the most whimsical ideas come from mother nature herself. This march, Louis Vuitton just unveiled its newly