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Soviet Modernist Architecture Guide Book of Tbilisi

  In 1955 there was a decree about “Fighting against excesses in architecture” in Soviet Union. This resolution drastically changed course of development of Soviet architecture. Main challenge of this period was to provide residents with living space. New regions and micro districts were covered with typical housing projects developed in architectural design institutes. However […]

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Thomas Heatherwick’s Architecture For The Learning Hub in Singapore

  Environment where we spend most of our time greatly influences us; learning space not being an exception. Well planned and interesting setting, which takes into account our requirements, makes us open to the idea of studying and working. Space like this is created in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; while working on this project designer […]

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Russian Avant-Garde Architecture Influences Desk Accessories

  Russian designers Nasya Kopteva and Sasha Braulov took desk accessories’ design to next level. They were influenced by landmarks of Russian Avant-Garde architecture. This art movement began in late 19th century and continued till 1930. Items in the collection exactly correspond with some of iconic buildings of this period. They are made of solid […]

17th CENTURY WAREHOUSE RECONSTRUCTION, OLD RIGA

Renovation of 17th Century Warehouse Building in Riga

Authors: Sudraba arhitektūra | Arhitektes Lienes Griezītes studija Architects: Liene Griezīte, Līga Apine, Reinis Liepiņš, Aiga Rozentāle, Kārlis Līcis, Roberts Valdmanis Civil Engineering: SIA ”ARRA”, Aivars Vilmanish Photo: courtesy of Sudraba arhitektūra | Arhitektes Lienes Griezītes studija Location: Riga, Latvia                                                                                         Area: 777m2 Year: 2011   The architectural monument of 17th century, has been transformed into […]

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The First New-York Subway Station

  For in the late 1890s and early 1900s, many existing European transit systems were extended and several new ones began. The role of the artist and architect became increasingly important in these new systems, and their potential influence on the New York subway was great. European designers of the 1890s were experimenting with “a […]

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Future Tendency: TIMBER – Zaha Hadid Architects designed Institute in Cambodia

  The recent technological progress gives us whole new possibilities to use timber in architecture. Wood, as a material, is way more improved and sustainable towards environmental conditions than it was before, which gives a huge impetus to the new ambitious architectural projects. One of these ambitious projects is Sleuk Rith Institute by “Zaha Hadid […]

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2015 Short Architectural Review Of Georgia

  2015 is over and in IDAAF we looked at the major architectural events. In this article we present the most significant ones.   1. Company “SOCAR” raised historical building 3, 5 meters from the ground level. It should be noted that in the future building will be a hotel. 2. In Tbilisi the highest […]

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10 Most Beautiful Bridges From 2015

  Bridge is an artificial construction, which overlays rivers, gorges, lakes or other physical obstacles. The bridge which overlays the road is called Road Guide and the one that overlays ravine is called Viaduct. This ancient invention of humanity has progressed greatly throughout centuries. 2015 was truly significant year with perfectly designed bridges. Famous and […]

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SEASIDE RESORT by KHMALADZE ARCHITECTS

  Project: Seaside Resort Location: Shekvetili, Ajara, Georgia. Architect: Giorgi Khmaladze  Team: Dimitri Jobadze, Nanuka Zaalishvili, Elene Beradze.   Georgian architect Giorgi Khmaladze, famous with Batumi McDonalds building, is working on a new project. The new health and recreation center will be built in Shekvetili, along the Black Sea shoreline. The project consists of one […]

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Public Restrooms ARE IMPORTANT!

  I decided to write this article while surfing the net; I came across the designs of public WC and liked them; I’m not talking about ones in Georgia, of course. Each one of them brings something new and different in architect and design. A couple of days ago, while walking in the streets of […]

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Paris Has Approved Its First Skyscraper In Over 40 Years

Paris has approved its first tower in over 40 years. The Triangle Tower belongs to Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. The city council has finally agreed to construct a 180-meters-high 42-story building in Paris. In 2010 the height limitations were removed in Paris, which prohibited the construction of buildings over 36 meters. […]

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Yakutia 71.2 °C – The World’s Coldest Inhabited Place

Federal subject of Russia Capital: Yakutsk Area:  3.083.523 km2 Minimal officially recorded temperature -71.2°C The architecture of any place is always in the tight relation with the geography and climate. These two factors give the main direction to the development of the shapes, palette and all the other specifics of architecture together with religion and […]

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The World’s Tallest Skyscraper To Be Built In Iraq

  As if euphoria about Dubai’s Burj Khalifa was not enough, first Saudi Arabia presented its 828-meter Royal Tower project and now Iraq also expressed a wish to build the highest skyscraper in Europe. Yes, Basra is that one city in Asia, which will lead a trio of the world’s highest buildings. The city of […]

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Architecture, As a Metaphor In Movies

  Since 70’s, XX century architecture is trying to get rid of the regulations established by the modernist paradigms and is seeking inspiration in painting, music, sculpture and other art fields. Composite structure of Cubist paintings, literary fragments of Heraclitus, Bach Preludes are inspiring architectural projects, however this heightened interest in the arts and other […]

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Construction of Steven Holl Architect’s “Copenhagen Gate” will start in 2016

  Construction of Steven Holl Architects’ Copenhagen Gate is about to start in the nearest future. This project will enrich the city skyline with two iconic towers, which will definitely have an influence on further development of Copenhagen. These buildings create an expression of movement themselves and create an angle towards each other. The main […]

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