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From Nature to Architecture

From Nature to Architecture By Pathik Gandhi How does space form in nature? Does space have some pattern or order? Can we observe space as habitat? Can we be inspired by such formation of space to build elegant architecture? There are many examples in the world that have been inspired by answering such questions. In …

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Outliers: An Architect’s Interpretation

Image: Baby Steps by Moments & Milestones Photography Outliers: An Architect’s Interpretation By Nabeela Shaikh In his popular book Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell challenges the conventional notion of what contributes to an individual’s success. While not discounting the value of innate talent, he puts forth the theory that factors like your ethnicity, …

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See Things Differently

See Things Differently Text and Photography by Paul John Sampana (Click on any photo to view the slideshow.) Every day you walk through the streets and see random things along the way. They may be buildings, landscape, scenery and even human faces and their unique expressions. All these things could seem ordinary and usual, but once you look at …

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The Wandering Lens

The Wandering Lens Text and Photography by Justin Hor What if a camera had an architecture soul? What if it could walk? What would it have seen? If indeed it had that soul, it would probably want to control perspectives for the love of straight angles. If indeed it could walk, it would probably yearn …

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Rail Corridor Ideas Competition: ALT Network

Rail Corridor Ideas Competition: ALT Network by Tan Sian Chong Outside my window, the once-familiar railway tracks are gone, and a strange silence has replaced the rushing sounds of passing trains. Its absence brought about a sense of nostalgia, as I started pondering the possibilities for the future of the railway land. What could it …

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A Few Good Architects: Can You Handle the Truth?

Image Source: Mercedes Benz/ Shalmor Avnon Amichay/Y&R Interactive Tel Aviv, Israel A Few Good Architects: Can You Handle the Truth? by Anand Parthasarathy Engineers tend to think with the left side of their brain, that is, the rational part that relies on logic. Artists on the other hand tend to think with the right side of the brain …