Blueprint for Change an essay divided in 7 chapters, by our contributor Carlos Cuellar Brown. In the several chapters, such as “Change,” “Energy,” “Self-reliance,” or Food autonomy,” Cuellar explains and under builds his vision of how we can create a wiser, healthier and wholesome future.Read More
With the tons of carbon emissions we produce each year, it would only be
naive to believe our current state is “fine”.
This beautiful “Unseen” house by French architecture studio Septembre, is based in the 19th district of Paris. It’s minimalistic and clean design, makes for a super useful, inviting space for a modern family of four. By removing the partition walls they had created a larger living area, with an open kitchen becoming the main featureRead More
A recap after a month’s publishing, we’d like to share with you our favorite posts, check them out below!Read More
In today’s densely-populated cities, it's a definite architectural challenge to find space and create new, sustainable housing. New urban planning, for instance, in cities like Amsterdam, Tokyo or New York, is challenging because, there isn’t exactly a wealth of wide-open spaces and vast empty lots. Yet, the answer may lie right inbetween those spaces (and perhaps transform those empty lots into parks/gardens/etc?)Read More
I have more than many reasons (to fantasize about living) why I love San Francisco so much. The Californian hub with a European soul, is the perfect cultural mash-up of free love, hippies, hipsters, food, defining neighborhoods, lots of fog and steep hills lined with brightly painted Victorian homes.Read More
House 18.36.54 by architect Daniel Libeskind can definitely be filed as 'extraordinary.' Daniel was asked by 'a very rich art world couple' to build them a country home and this is what he delivered. The couple probably couldn't have been any happier considering the fact that they had challenged the architect: “Whatever you design, we’ll ask you to make it more extreme.”Read More