Boston Children’s Hospital Green Masterplan // Mikyoung Kim Design

Project Status: Built Year: 2015 Text description provided by the architects. The Boston Children’s Hospital Green Masterplan focused on bringing restorative gardens and more effective medical care to the patients and caregivers of this world-class pediatric research and clinical institution. The plan strategically integrates eight unique gardens, enhanced streetscapes, and interstitial spaces within the campus… Continue reading Boston Children’s Hospital Green Masterplan // Mikyoung Kim Design

Living In Ruins: Is This The World’s Most Beautiful House Renovation?

Should your firm be considered among the world’s best architecture firms? Find out more about Architizer’s 10th Annual A+Awards program, opening this fall: Sign up to receive key program updates and deadline reminders. The rolling hills of the Welland Valley, located in Northamptonshire in central England, are home to a bevy of historic buildings. Amongst… Continue reading Living In Ruins: Is This The World’s Most Beautiful House Renovation?

Ceiling fans: How to choose the best one for your room?

A ceiling fan is a mechanical fan that is mounted on the room’s ceiling. It is one of the most common home electrical appliances. The widespread utility of designer ceiling fans is credited to affordable price, functional, and maintenance costs. It is used in every home, office, and building. Different fan blade & features such… Continue reading Ceiling fans: How to choose the best one for your room?

Pisé – Rammed Earth

Pisé – Rammed Earth. Tradition and PotentialEdited by Roger Boltshauser with Cyril Veillon and Nadja MaillardTriest, 2019 Paperback | 8-3/4 x 12 inches | 304 pages | 400 illustrations | English (also available in French and German editions) | ISBN: 9783038630289 | €60 PUBLISHER’S DESCRIPTION: This book for the first time illustrates the history and… Continue reading Pisé – Rammed Earth

Peninsula House is an Art Collector’s Dream

Down a winding driveway in a windswept seaside town on the Mornington Peninsula, the rectangular form of Peninsula House rests, nestled into a coastal ridgeline. “While the landscape serves as a distinct feature of the project, it also presented one of the greatest challenges,” says the managing director of Carr, Chris McCue. The sleek home… Continue reading Peninsula House is an Art Collector’s Dream

6 Most Used Access Equipment by Australian Companies and Their Pros and Cons

There’s proper access equipment for different kinds of activities. Knowing what to use and when to use one will greatly help in ensuring a productive and efficient workflow operation. The best choice will seamlessly allow you to finish your project on time. It will also effectively prevent you from going over budget. Australian companies greatly… Continue reading 6 Most Used Access Equipment by Australian Companies and Their Pros and Cons

Session 2: The Long Road

Ep. 2 of “Archinect Sessions”. Co-hosts Donna Sink and Ken Koense join us for our second episode, to discuss licensing and IDP issues at NCARB, the value of mentorship in the profession, and the latest news on the Moriyama RAIC International Prize. We also spoke with Archinector Terri Peters about her coverage of the Moriyama… Continue reading Session 2: The Long Road