The city’s architectural charm is rooted in both its cherished history as well as its modern innovations
The world is awash with modern technology, but engineers and designers aren’t averse to referring to the natural world for inspiration, using biomimicry to make construction and other sectors more efficient and sustainable
Built spoke to Lari about her unusual approach to architecture, conservation and community, as well as her vision of a more community-focused future of design.
OpenBIM is the key to collaboration and allows teams to use multiple software tools easily, such as this example of Revu and Archicad.
Architects have long sought to design buildings that suited occupants’ needs, as well as being aesthetically pleasing. Lately, the built environment has acknowledged the need to create buildings which cater for occupants’ needs in more ways than one
Precise engravings found in Jordan and Saudi Arabia depict enormous Neolithic hunting traps located nearby, revealing a mental mastery of space perception not observed before in such an early context
It’s expected that by 2050 cities will be home to 68% of the world’s population, up from 54% in 2016. As our towns and cities expand at a phenomenal rate, what can the built environment do to cater for such rapid urbanisation and its challenges, making these good places to live and work, where people can live healthy, fulfilled lives?
Built spoke with Madhu Manoj, founding principal architect of Monsoon Collective, about building with place in mind and the ways the aesthetics of classical Indian architecture impacts his practice.
Transforming a scenic pocket of rural Romania into a truly immersive fairytale- inspired experience required old-world construction techniques that even modern-day contractors will appreciate
Roughing it in the great outdoors is a little more luxurious in these cabins, which underwent a painstakingly detailed and complex design and construction process
For artist and architect Catie Newell, Secret Sky is part of a larger practice of fashioning meaning from unexpected rediscoveries of the conventional built environment