Archive for the ‘Architecture’ Category

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    How to Choose the Right Package for your Future Home

    Dec 21, 16 • 9449 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    The first home is something special for any couple, and many years ago, you would take what you could get, and try to work your way up the property ladder, until you got something nice. Yet modern builders have really made a difference to the term “buying a...

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    The Shed – Still a Man’s Sanctuary

    Sep 17, 14 • 6691 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    The increase of community ‘men’s sheds’ has, for many, saved a lot of men from life shortening isolation. Derived from Australia, these groups are especially attended by men that have retired and are seeking a sense of purpose after losing their jobs,...

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    Five Reasons You Might Need to Employ a Sub-Contractor

    Dec 20, 13 • 7090 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    It is amazing just how busy the construction industry is throughout the year; there is always a project to work on, whether it is residential or commercial. New office blocks and skyscrapers are getting built all the time, and the same goes for housing...

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    Interesting casino architecture from around the world

    Dec 18, 13 • 8991 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    Playing casino games at JackpotCity and other similar online casino websites, offers an unrivalled combination of great gaming and convenience. However, there are some land-based casinos which feature such distinctive or unusual architecture that they are...

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    5 Ways to Make Your House Look New

    Jul 19, 13 • 8872 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    Moving into a new property is always a wonderful time but the emotion can wear off pretty quickly. If you see that your new home isn’t as modern looking as you had thought then you might end up feeling let down once you have been there are a while....

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    Shape of Breeze

    Nov 26, 11 • 8673 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    Japan is known for its innovations and beautiful architectures. Most of its towns and cities embrace constructions that are worth mentioning here and shape of breeze is one such architecture. Shape of Breeze has been designed by Studio Green Blue with...

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    A House That Floats In Air

    Nov 18, 11 • 9371 Views • Architecture1 Comment

    Londrina is one of the most happening places in Brazil. The tourism and night life in this place is as vibrant as its infrastructure and architecture. People from different parts of the world choose this lively city to be their permanent home. If you also...

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    798 Art Space Defines Bonding Between Art & Commerce

    Nov 15, 11 • 7787 Views • Architecture1 Comment

    The project base situated at the core of 798 Art Zone is now a broken-down storehouse, which may be taken to pieces for rebuilding. Currently, 798 is in a changeover from an art zone to a cultural and commercial tourism terminus. As compared to normal...

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    A House With Zero Stairs – Polandish Architecture

    Nov 12, 11 • 8413 Views • Architecture1 Comment

    The capital of lower Silesia, Wroclaw in Poland is one of the rapidly getting popular tourist destinations, but is a relatively small blip on the European radar. These days, as people are becoming more adventurous, many charms of this small city are being...

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    National Museum of Scotland – The Most Significant Redeveloped Architecture

    Nov 10, 11 • 11061 Views • ArchitectureNo Comments

    The capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is one of the best places with remarkable architectural delights and thriving cultural scenes. Not just this, the city also offers a perfect balance between all traditional and contemporary aspects. Commonwealth games...