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Arsenal Flat For A Couple With Two Children By h2o Architectes

Arsenal Flat For A Couple With Two Children By h2o Architectes

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen 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 […]

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 […]

North Korean’s Architect and Designer’s Vision Of The Future

North Korean’s Architect and Designer’s Vision Of The Future

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Debates, Ideas and Discussion

North Korea, also known as the Hermit Kingdom is the most isolated country in the world. Ironically, in a Godless country, the only God is their beloved leader Kim Jong Un. As part of a project with the Koryo Tour group, an architect working in North Korea was asked to design buildings suitable for sustainable […]

6 Incidental Comics on Architecture Design and Architects

6 Incidental Comics on Architecture Design and Architects

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Comics + Illustrations

All images and comics are drawn by Grant Snider and are copyrighted by Incidental Comics. Surprisingly, Grant Snider practices orthodontics in Wichita, Kansas, USA. I guess that explains why it is called ‘Incidental Comics’. Architectural Criticism Translated The city gets tense when a new building appears on the skyline Dancing about architecture Iconic Houses The […]

10 Beautiful Latin and Ancient Greek Architectural Words

10 Beautiful Latin and Ancient Greek Architectural Words

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Architecture Rumbling, Wallpaper

Arkhitekton – master builder, director of works, also known as an architect. Apollodorus (image above) of Damascus is a Greek Architect and Engineer. If you’re wondering why the noses are missing in almost all of Greek and Egyptian sculptures (including the Great Sphinx of Giza), this is because they are deliberately removed by early Christian […]

Office Cubicles Were Once Awesome. So What Went Wrong?

Office Cubicles Were Once Awesome. So What Went Wrong?

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Videos

When the cubicle was invented in 1968 it was actually pretty awesome. Nikhil Saval, author of “Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace,” tells Bloomberg what went wrong with the cubicle, and why we failed to fix it. Video by: Alex Dean, Victoria Blackburn-Daniels. Recommended for you: 35 Beautiful Home Office by Architects 8 Creative […]

7 Work Spaces Of The Most Creative And Successful People

7 Work Spaces Of The Most Creative And Successful People

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Interesting Architectural Stuff

Albert Einstein once asked, “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?” I am an empty desk person, occasionally it gets very messy when I am busy, other than that, it is always ‘clean’ and simple. To quote Winston Churchill, “We shape our […]

25 Funny Doodles on Coffee, Sleeping, Working Life and etc

25 Funny Doodles on Coffee, Sleeping, Working Life and etc

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Illustration and Presentation

I stumbled upon these really funny doodles by Asia and Landysh Akhmetzyanova. If you love the artists’ doodles, do visit their Lingvistov official site and support them by purchasing greeting cards, high quality prints, children books and stationery. I will shoot you (It’s ok, I’m a photographer) Paper cut: A tree’s glorious moment of revenge. […]

The Correct Graphic Cards for AutoDesk 3D Renderings and Cloud Computing Render Farm

The Correct Graphic Cards for AutoDesk 3D Renderings and Cloud Computing Render Farm

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in AutoCAD

When it comes to 3D rendering, the most expensive graphic card one can buy from a shop is not always the best graphic card. Not many people knows that graphic cards are divided into 2 categories – Gaming and Workstation. Having said that, Nvidia’s GeForce and AMD’s Radeon are build for games, it can be […]

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 […]

An Architect’s Life | Peter Marino

An Architect’s Life | Peter Marino

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Videos

Not your typical architect, and just all architects, they are into black. Peter Marino talks about his career and new show at Miami’s Bass Museum of Art. Recommended for you: Peter Eisenman the Architect Architect’s Dress Code‏ 25 Funny Doodles on Coffee, Sleeping, Working Life and etc 3 Architectural Comics and Architect’s Sleeping Position

9 Famous Architecture Covered In Snow During Winter

9 Famous Architecture Covered In Snow During Winter

Posted by Ngan Tengyuen in Masterpiece

More often than not, we tend to see images of famous architecture taken during Summer, Spring and Autumn where the sky is blue and grass is green. What about famous architecture during Winter covered in snow? Unfortunately, some architecture appears depressing during Winter. Eiffel Tower, Paris. Source: Pinterest Snow has fallen on the pyramids for […]