Final Countdown: Transformation of a City Block

We are already in the middle of the climate crisis. Science gives us ten years to stop it from escalating completely. But why is nothing happening? Can we provoke the transformation? And what role can architecture play in this? The place of intervention is the city block between Tuerken-, Schelling-, Amalien- and Theresien street. The… Continue reading Final Countdown: Transformation of a City Block

What Is Transparency In Architecture?

What comes to mind when you think of transparency in architecture? Are low-opacity materials and glass surfaces the protagonist of transparent designs? This of course is not wrong, physical transparency is an idea simply made possible by making large sheets of glass a prominent feature of the building. Physical transparency is already at its core… Continue reading What Is Transparency In Architecture?

How to Create Best Architecture CV/Resume

What are differences of architecture resume? Just like any other profession, architects need top-notch resumes to get their dream job. The employer needs to know that job applicants are both qualified architects and at the same time have the basic requirements to smoothly complete an architectural project. Along with your portfolio, you can stand out… Continue reading How to Create Best Architecture CV/Resume

Best YouTube Channels for Learning Revit

Revit is one of the most advanced and preferred Autodesk software that you can do modelling with Building Information Technology. We have listed the best YouTube channels for you to follow to learn Revit and BIM. Balkan Architect The most popular and most subscribed YouTube channel is definitely Balkan Architects. Thanks to this channel, you… Continue reading Best YouTube Channels for Learning Revit

Bayreuth Festival Theatre: Theater Factory

The Festival Theatre in Bayreuth was built by Richard Wagner on the Green Hill in the 19th century. “The originally temporary character of the house has been consolidated through additions, conversions, and ancillary buildings. The need for behind-the-scenes areas, for workshops and supply structures, led to a confused mixture of structures grouped around the festival… Continue reading Bayreuth Festival Theatre: Theater Factory

New Identity for Disadvantaged Communities – Social Assistance Center

The gradual closure of industry in the 1990s led to the formation of large numbers of areas of social exclusion and ghetto-type communities in Romania(a former communist country). My diploma project site is located in Ferentari neighborbood of Bucharest(the capital of Romania) on the plot of the Sălaj Commercial Complex, at the intersection between Sălaj… Continue reading New Identity for Disadvantaged Communities – Social Assistance Center