2019 Trends in Commercial Building Architecture
Posted January 30, 2019 | Permalink

With 2019 already rolling in, it's becoming evident which trends are taking over. And when it comes to commercial architecture, you might be surprised at what's new. Years of plain and minimalist designs are giving way to deco skyscrapers and loft-style buildings. Whether you're planning to build or merely doing renovations, looking at the commercial architecture trends of 2019 can give you some much-needed inspiration for your project....

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How Physical Orientation Impacts Residential Design
Posted January 17, 2019 | Permalink

What is Orientation? Orientation is the disposition of certain parts of a house in relation to seasonal
variations of the sun. A home oriented for solar design is basically a building positioned with respect
to the sun, usually to take advantage of solar energy when required in summer and to minimize heat
conductance during winter.

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The Role of History in Architecture
Posted December 19, 2018 | Permalink

Have you ever thought about the undeniability of gravity? Nearly everything we do has to consider gravity. The mere fact that you have to lift a package off the floor and that it doesn't just float around is a testament to the omnipotence of gravity. Architects also have to deal with it. From the materials they use to the energy systems they design, they have to consider it....

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Top 3 Benefits of Using Recycled Building Materials
Posted December 5, 2018 | Permalink

If you're working on a project, whether it's a full-fledged construction or a simple do-it-yourself project, you can benefits immensely from the use of recycled building materials. They can help you cut the costs and can still be appealing in an aesthetic sense. But perhaps the most significant advantage is that they help to preserve the environment. Let's take a closer look at the three major benefits....

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5 Reasons Why The Kitchen Has Become The Center Of The Home
Posted November 21, 2018 | Permalink

Of course, the saying that home is where the heart is having quite a bit of merit to it. But have you ever wondered where the heart of the home is? Why, the kitchen, of course! A house can have multiple sitting rooms, lounges, bathrooms, and bedrooms. It can have a lot of many types of room, but it almost always only has one kitchen. This room has also evolved quite a lot since our days in the cave. It used to be no more than a fireplace....

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