Category Archives: Architecture

Buildings, technology and archicture that work with the sun and environment

Digesting too many dystopian visions of the future might make you suspect that technology is working against you, but an exhibition at The Werkstatt shows that new technology in architecture and building design can help address the social and environmental impact of the modern world.

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Architecture and other creative processes: 3-2=1: Bridge, Bangle & Cornice

The cross over between architecture of other creative processes will be the focus of the British School at Rome’s architecture programme, Meeting Architecture.

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The intricate process of architectural design is explored in an exhibition at Plymouth’s Roland Levinsky Building

Terraced House sketch

The process of turning an architectural brief into a home is explored through the work for husband and wife architectural team Tomas Nollet and Hilde Huyghe. The pair from Brussels have whom several national prizes for their terraced houses and other buildings, and it’s the designing of the terraced house which is central the work at Plymouth University’s Roland Levinsky Building.

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