The Paper Store – Imperial War Museums // Architype

Project Status: Built Year: 2019 Size: 3000 sqft – 5000 sqft Budget: 1M – 5M Text description provided by the architects. The Paper Store is pioneering a bold, low-carbon design solution that uses world-leading air-tightness to rethink contemporary preservation and archiving. © Architype © Architype All from a historic WW2 airfield in rural Cambridgeshire. Home… Continue reading The Paper Store – Imperial War Museums // Architype

Are Residential Additions the Future of Home Building?

Celebrate a decade of inspirational design with us! The 10th Annual A+Awards is officially underway, and the Main Entry Deadline is December 17, 2021. Click here to start your entry today. If there is one thing the past year has taught us, it is that our requirements from a home can change any minute. Thousands of people had to… Continue reading Are Residential Additions the Future of Home Building?

Designs of the Decade: The World’s Best Bars and Nightclubs From 2012 to Today

Celebrate a decade of inspirational design with us! The 10th Annual A+Awards is officially underway, and the Main Entry Deadline is December 17, 2021. Click here to start your entry today. An Irish pub or a cocktail bar, a late-night club or the hotel lobby. Wherever you find yourself in the late hours of the day, needless to say,… Continue reading Designs of the Decade: The World’s Best Bars and Nightclubs From 2012 to Today

A Guide to Retaining Employees During a Crisis

Brief The first step for handling a crisis or downturn is to be honest about what’s happening at the organization, followed by investing in your people through skills development, rewards and flexibility. One-on-ones are also a crucial opportunity to understand how your employees are doing and improve your relationship with them.   Insight When a… Continue reading A Guide to Retaining Employees During a Crisis

No one Solving that Problem? Here’s How to Step Up

Brief  Organizations often struggle to fix obvious problems because no one has the time or is directly responsible, which provides the enterprising leader with “golden opportunities to step up and lead without the title,” writes Art Petty. He offers five ways to tackle “gray zone” problems while building a reputation as a helpful problem-solver deserving… Continue reading No one Solving that Problem? Here’s How to Step Up

What Kind of Leader are You, According to Plato?

Brief  Greek philosopher Plato outlined seven leadership styles, including doctors who can diagnose and heal problems, artists who look at the world in new ways and weavers who can blend diverse ideas and people. Most leaders are a combination of a few styles, exhibiting different strengths depending on the situation.   Insight hether we call… Continue reading What Kind of Leader are You, According to Plato?

Recycled Glass Helps Porosity of 3D-printed Concrete

Brief  Researchers in Australia have found that a concrete mixture for 3D printing with recycled glass showed higher porosity. In addition, using coarse recycled glass instead of fine recycled glass produced superior results.   Insight Researchers from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, have developed a sustainable 3D concrete printing process for building structures by replacing 50%… Continue reading Recycled Glass Helps Porosity of 3D-printed Concrete

The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl’s School // Diana Kellogg Architects

Project Status: Built Year: 2020 Size: 0 sqft – 1000 sqft Text description provided by the architects. The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl’s School is an architectural marvel designed by Diana Kellogg of Diana Kellogg Architects and commissioned by CITTA, a non-profit organization that supports development in some of the most economically challenged, geographically remote or marginalized… Continue reading The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girl’s School // Diana Kellogg Architects