Pixelated Street Art, by Johan Karlgren

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Pixelated Street Art, by Johan Karlgren

The artist who is known as  Pappas Pärlor, a Swedish artist, creates interactive street art that makes his surroundings a lot more fun.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Mar 27, 2019
Become One with Nature, Under Favour of Mirror Façades

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Become One with Nature, Under Favour of Mirror Façades

Normally, we, the people, without titles, are always trying to preserve the nature. That is why, we want less skyscrapers to build for so many reasons.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Mar 17, 2019
Stephan Zirwes Focusing on the Privatisation of Public Pools

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Stephan Zirwes Focusing on the Privatisation of Public Pools

Pools is a series of photos that clearly illustrates the structure it calls its name, and draws attention to water wastage in the context of private and public pools, where lines, forms and patterns are emphasized.

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Mar 13, 2019
Interview with artist: Utkan Gunerkan

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Interview with artist: Utkan Gunerkan

Interview with an artist is another writing series that I am willing to do because we show you several design projects on the website but there is the amazing artist behind these projects.

  • Posted by: aysegultozak

  • Feb 28, 2019
Beyond Limits, 3D Printed Buildings

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Beyond Limits, 3D Printed Buildings

We know that every 3D printer builds things based on the same main principle: a digital model is turned into a physical three-dimensional object by adding material a layer at a time. Because of that, initially you should model the thing you want to print.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Feb 25, 2019
Is It Necessary To Know Rendering?

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Is It Necessary To Know Rendering?

Rendering can be the most troublemaker thing for an architecture student, or architect. However it is not. People always tell me that rendering is too difficult to take, it takes hours etc… Again, it is not. But the thing we are going to discuss is, is it really necessary, if you are a student.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Feb 19, 2019
The Sound of Architecture – Ancient Times

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The Sound of Architecture – Ancient Times

  Architecture can be mostly perceived visually, but it is necessary to talk about the auditory perception of architecture and how it is reflected in structures in the past.   “I call architecture frozen music.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Feb 17, 2019
TURKISH ARCHITECTS: Melike Altinisik & Camlica TV and Radio Tower

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TURKISH ARCHITECTS: Melike Altinisik & Camlica TV and Radio Tower

In architecture, although architects or architecture offices design many projects, they usually known with their most successful project. By the way, what is success in architecture? Let’s call it as barn burner. Camlica Tower is the most known project of Melike Altınisik Architects.

  • Posted by: cisemcis

  • Feb 16, 2019
Digital Manipulations on Architectural Photography and Victor Enrich’s Works

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Digital Manipulations on Architectural Photography and Victor Enrich’s Works

What would happen if we had the chance to change the reality of cities? How far can we go? Imagine that there are no difficulties we face in real life, no boundaries, no obstacles. Try to create your own city, but how? 

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Feb 13, 2019
An Architectural Expression, Pavilion

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An Architectural Expression, Pavilion

Before initiate, let’s answer the question, ‘ What is an architectural pavilion? ‘ In architecture, a pavilion refers to a subsidiary building that is either positioned separately or as an attachment to a main building, says in Wikipedia. It’s a true explanation of course, however we can say much more.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Feb 11, 2019