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The Architect – Trailer (2016)

The Architect – Trailer (2016)

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Videos

After a storm destroys a middle aged couple’s new home they hire the architect that designed a unique home In their area. The project proves however, to be not only costly in monetary terms but emotionally as well. When a couple sets out to build their dream house, they enlist the services of a visionary […]

28 Inspirational Architecture Quotes by Famous Architects and Interior Designers

28 Inspirational Architecture Quotes by Famous Architects and Interior Designers

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Quotes

Whatever good things we build end up building us. – Jim Rohn Architecture is a visual art and the buildings speak for themselves. – Julia Morgan I call architecture frozen music. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There is begins. – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Architecture […]





15 Drawings of Human Silhouettes by Famous Architects

15 Drawings of Human Silhouettes by Famous Architects

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Illustration and Presentation

Noor Makkiya compiled a list of 21 human sketches by famous architects, It’s interesting to see how much of each architect’s personal sense of style can be reflected in a simple doodle of a person, and how each artist truly has their own distinct approach to form construction. Below are 15 of my favorite sketches, […]

Architecture Designed for the Hearing Impaired

Architecture Designed for the Hearing Impaired

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Architecture Matters

We live in a world made for people who hear. What would our cities looks like if they were designed for the deaf? DeafSpace is an emerging approach to design and architecture that is informed by the unique sensory experience of those who don’t hear. We visited Gallaudet University to see what DeafSpace looks like […]

Philip Johnson as Mister Glasses on the Death of Modernism

Philip Johnson as Mister Glasses on the Death of Modernism

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Videos

Here are some really funny short videos on the death of modernism, the plot revolves around an architect fighting for a place in today’s world, funny, wicked and worth watching. I can’t help but to think Mister Glasses is Harry Potter Philip Johnson, bald, owl-like specs, and not to mention the black attire. Thanks Alec […]

12 Creative Christmas Card Ideas for Architects

12 Creative Christmas Card Ideas for Architects

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Architecture Humour

Image Source and copyright: ArchDaily Image Source and copyright: ArchDaily Recommended for you: 8 Creative Room Divider / Office Screen Partition Ideas 12 Amazing and Creative Staircase Design Ideas 6 Architectural Christmas Posters and DIY Cards 12 Creative Business Cards For Architects

6 Architectural Christmas Posters and DIY Cards

6 Architectural Christmas Posters and DIY Cards

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Comics + Illustrations

It is the time of the month again, if you’re looking at buying Christmas cards for architects, clients and associates, why not print your own Christmas cards? It is more meaningful. Simply download the images above. Here are 4 Architectural Christmas posters by Irma Velkovska, Macedonia. Unlike the other 2 images, you’ll have to purchase […]

5 Creative Paper Cut and Architecture by Paperboyo

5 Creative Paper Cut and Architecture by Paperboyo

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Illustration and Presentation

Created by paperboyo, Rich McCor snap photos with papercuts and superimpose them on famous architecture. His beautiful images are made by making historical landmarks look different. You can guess by his Instagram handle name that he uses paper cutout to create this effect. If you were following my @glplondon takeover then you may have already […]

The Architect – Who Are You?

The Architect – Who Are You?

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Videos

Craig is a rising young architect at a prominent Boston firm. For days, he has been having visions of his head of a building- a building he strongly feels he was born to design. When his firm catches wind of a design competition for a landmark mixed-use residential and office tower, he is commissioned to […]

10 Funny Presentation Crits and Criticism by Heartless Professors

10 Funny Presentation Crits and Criticism by Heartless Professors

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Architecture Humour

When the going gets tough, the tough gets tougher. Here are the top 10 funniest architectural presentation criticism. You should just go straight to becoming a demolition man because you just created a mess. Who sketched that? Your ten year old sister? Here’s a quarter, go call your mummy and tell her you’re not going […]

Varese Theater Design Proposal by Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning UK

Varese Theater Design Proposal by Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning UK

Posted by Guest Author in Architecture Matters

Here is an interesting project by Maxthreads Architectural Designs from the UK. The landscape pattern generate an arbitrary grid that module the site area. It create pocket, opportunity, activities. Everything is subordinated to this guideline, the building too. The design of theater emerges and rises up from the ground with a sculpture form. The theaters […]

Arsenal Flat For A Couple With Two Children By h2o Architectes

Arsenal Flat For A Couple With Two Children By h2o Architectes

Posted by Guest Author in Masterpiece

The place is located at the last floor of a Hausmanian building; ancient servant’s bedrooms already transformed into a flat. The project is articulated around three connected and sequenced living spaces which are defined in function of uses, light and multiple views. Each one of these spaces is characterized by its solar orientation: East, West […]

6 Beautiful Cut Outs of Architecture and Fashion

6 Beautiful Cut Outs of Architecture and Fashion

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Illustration and Presentation

shamekh شامخ is an architect, visual artist, and fashion illustrator. Lately he’s been drawing images of beautiful women in dresses, then cutting out the clothes from the white paper he drew on. He holds the results up to a skyline or landscape and allows the background buildings, trees, and clouds occupy the ‘invisible’ dress. Recommended […]

Abandoned Chinese Village On Goqui Island Swallowed By Mother Nature

Abandoned Chinese Village On Goqui Island Swallowed By Mother Nature

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Architecture Matters

When the entire country is engulfed in pollution and mass destruction of villages at an alarming rate, surprisingly there are some villages where mother nature managed to consume once the human parasite disappear. Copyright and Photos by Tang Yuhong, the lost village is located on Goqui Island, China. So peaceful, so calm, so much to […]