Multifunctional architecture at culture’s service

April 25, 2016
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Usually, when we talk about Multifunctional Architecture, we think about big buildings with huge structures placed on a gigantic space. While it is true that some of the best known multifunctional buildings present these characteristics, there are other constructions, also part of this architectonic tendency, perfectly integrated into their environment.

The multifunctional architecture tries to cover with its designs people’s needs, including multifunctional spaces used to accommodate libraries, exhibition halls, museums, etc. The truth is that culture is one of the main beneficiaries of the possibilities that this architectural style offers.

The most important multifunctional architects are able to masterly build new areas where design and functionality are combined, creating amazing works of art that surround us, no matter the city we live.

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Sustainable Architecture: UK raises a green flag

April 25, 2016
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When we talk about Sustainable Architecture or Eco-Architecture, we are not only talking about planting trees and plants on urban buildings, as this architectonic trend has traditionally been conceived. The Sustainable Architecture also called Green Architecture is an architectonic trend that tries to make a difference in the construction of new buildings.

Previously in this blog, we have visited Thailand, United States, Canada and Switzerland to explore some of the most representative sustainable buildings designed thus far. Today, we want to travel to UK and take a look to some of its sustainable buildings, example of how the human development and the respect for the environment are compatible.

Sustainable Architecture: UK raises a green flag

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The High-tech style surfs the skies of three large cities

April 18, 2016
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The current and future architectonic tendencies are clear: today the buildings are eco-efficient and High-Tech. We are entering into a construction style where the global tendencies are oriented towards the design of buildings with cleaner lines and open spaces.

The large buildings are going back to life, taking advantage of natural resources, taking into account the sustainability and the energetic efficiency. They are eco-friendly and High Tech buildings. It is said that this tendency, is oriented now towards a construction built judiciously.

The buildings include ventilation and heat recovery systems by using triple-glazed windows and huge glass walls that open into big roofs that recycle the air. Smart glass that can be lightened or darkened with home automation systems.

High-tech architecture aesthetics implies the exaltation of the technological innovation. This premise is enhanced by the gigantic constructions of glass and steel that ride the skies of the main cities in the world. This time, the race for building skyscrapers take us to three beautiful cities: Philadelphia, Moscow and London.

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Minimalism as key of luxury, acoustic poetry and fire

April 11, 2016
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The pureness of the shapes, a specific characteristic of minimalism, does not conflict neither with opulence nor with design. Indeed, pureness is the intrinsic spirit, which makes each building to be unique. At this opportunity we will be dealing about three more or less high sounding architectural projects, which take an innovative approach within the current architectural trend. The first project will lead us into a singular exuberance, in the heart of the Jordanian desert; the second project will delight our view and our ears by leading us to a unique tour; and the third project will show us that contemporary beauty and urban functionality may join together harmoniously.

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