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476. Benefits of Using Alternative & Green Energy Sources
November 17, 2014


Whenever people are talking about ways on how to save energy, one of the useful ideas that experts have already tested and tried is the use of alternative & green energy sources. There are various sources of energy that can be used by anyone especially those who need a large amount of energy without the risk of spending too much money on other resources. These ideas were not only made for those who are trying to cut back on their energy expenses but also for those people who are trying to make use of alternative sources that are environment friendly. The use of green energy is an idea tha... (read more)

Author: Shelia Lirette

477. Adapted Living - Home for a Wheelchair-bound Inhabitant
November 16, 2014


Compiled by Team IAnD Information: Courtesy C.T. Architects & RTF Awards Photography: Tim Van de velde; courtesy C.T. Architects Intro: ‘Loft MM’ as it is called, designed by Nick Ceulemans of C. T. Architects, Belgium, is specifically designed as an apartment for a wheelchair-bound inhabitant but “absolutely nothing even hints at a handicap”! Copy: The very first criterion under consideration was that the home should not appear any different from a regular well-appointed apartment. A primary and significant take-off, this, bearing in mind the psychological aggregation that m... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

478. Centre for Technology & Design, Austria
November 15, 2014


By Zoya Photography: AllesWirdGut Architektur/ Guilherme Silva Da Rosa The architectural concept of the new Centre for Technology and Design in St. Pölten, Austria revolves around a congenial atmosphere among diverse alumni and, thus serves two purposes: it creates a contemporary working atmosphere and a high degree of interdisciplinarity… A winning competition entry in 2011, Viennese-based architect AllesWirdGut’s contemporary design concept does not deviate much from the predictable central lobby that connects all floors and common areas (auditorium, break out areas and presentati... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

479. Mongkok Residence - Sustainability & the Skyline
November 12, 2014


That ‘high-rises provide vantage points, otherwise unthinkable of’ is beyond debate and when such a point provides an unobstructed view as well, it’s definitely a bonanza. It is this distinct advantage that Aedas, the architects of Mongkok Residence, Hong Kong plan to serve to its residents through this towering landmark. Located in a place that once held the Guinness record for being the most densely populated district on earth and having a density of 1,30,000 people per sq.km currently, the project is replete with challenges. That it’s planned on a plot of just 614 sq m is proof enough ... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

480. What makes architecture iconic? Ar. Sanjay Puri enlightens...
November 11, 2014


By Marina Correa & Savitha Hira Photography: Courtesy the architect Whilst ‘neo-futurist architecture’ as a term evolved in the 1960’s, characterized by an ‘uninhibited architectural approach’, the prolific global mushrooming of ‘iconic’ built forms that we see in present times, spurred Team IAnD to probe the larger picture of what makes architecture iconic and what is the response it elicits… As we look at the plans, layout and models of ace architect Sanjay Puri’s 3 imminent school façades, we are struck by their unconventional built forms; the three outer skins seem elaborate: h... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

481. 100 Colours of Tokyo
November 10, 2014


By Zoya Photography: Daisuke Shima/Nacasa & Partners; courtesy the architect Parallel rows of floating colours in the heart of Shinjuku succeed in illustrating the emotional and parabolic ethos that Ar. Emmanuelle Moreaux shares with Tokyo City; so much so that she plans to take the ‘100 Colours’ series to different cities across the world… “Colours are three-dimensional elements, like layers, that create spaces and not just add finishing touches. It’s a medium to add emotions.” With this definition in mind, France-born, Japan-based architect Emmanuelle Moreaux created a colourful i... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

482. Solar Energy Alternative Methods
November 09, 2014


Tired of your electric bill going higher and higher? Is it possible to do something about it without breaking the bank? Well, if you’ve been thinking about going solar but you don’t want to spend thousands, you’re in luck. There’s no reason you have to power your entire home solar. Every little bit helps. Let’s say you use a lot of energy each month. Whether it’s an old A/C and even older water heater or combine that with a massive swimming pool, the energy costs add up quickly. Even low powered outside lights will raise your electric bill. To start lowering it, what about using s... (read more)

Author: Shelia Lirette

483. How You Can Avoid Solar Energy Pitfalls
November 09, 2014


While solar energy is a good alternative source of energy, there could be some pitfalls. Hopefully this article will help you avoid the scam artists, inflated prices as well as other problems associated with solar energy systems. The first thing you will need to do is do your research. Prices can vary greatly between systems. Even if it seems that several makers offer systems that contain most of the same parts, the prices and quality will be different. You may be tempted to go the cheap route, but end up paying for repeated repairs or even a replacement system. There goes the difference ... (read more)

Author: Shelia Lirette

484. Blanc Papier - Origami-like Shroud
November 08, 2014


Defying the straight-lined assemblage of four walls and a roof above, this residence in Greenfield Park, Montreal, is a sculptural composition that spreads in simple geometrical forms giving rise to a series of optical illusions... Architect Jean Verville's proposition of the division of volumes suggest a singular perspective and dynamic volumetrics that present a sensitive integration of contemporary architecture to a district dating from the 50s. Harmonizing in size, colour and profiles with the sloping roof houses of the sector, the new construction is enveloped in a white wood claddin... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

485. Vino Veritas Eco-GastroBar, Oslo
November 06, 2014


“Where you eat matters as much as what you eat…” Vino Veritas, a 100% Spanish Eco-Gastrobar in Oslo, Norway lives up to this quote by offering a slice of Spanish Andalusia to its patrons, both in terms of food/beverages it serves and the ambience it presents. For Masquespacio, a Spanish creative consultancy firm that created the ambience and the branding, this refurbishment project was a challenging proposition: they were to bring about an interesting fusion of vivacious Spanish elements with the ‘no-frills’ elegance of Norwegian architecture. The entity they were to create was a whoppi... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

486. Why Your Doctor Should Be Worried About Toxins
November 04, 2014


You’re at your wit’s end . . . You’ve gone to doctor after doctor . . . You’ve tried prescription drugs . . . But you still feel sick – perhaps even worse than before! The truth is, conventional medicine largely ignores one of the biggest health threats we face . . . The root cause of many of our illnesses . . . and something that can be fixed! While your doctor may not tell you this, the toxins lurking in our bodies cause or exacerbate many of the health problems we face today. The Real Cause Of Most Illness See, as a nutritional biochemist, I’ve studied the body and... (read more)

Author: Michael E Rosenbaum, MD

487. How water treatment can reduce the pollution of river Ganga?
November 03, 2014


River Ganga is the most important water body in India. Noted for its cultural and religious significance, it is considered divine by many sources and has been the seat of temples and worshiping for thousands of years. Unfortunately, the waters of the River Ganges have currently reached serious levels of pollution and many people who bathe or drink water from the river have met with serious illnesses. For this reason, the Government of India has taken on several projects with the sole aim of purifying the waters of Ganga and bringing it back to its original state of cleanliness. The ideal ... (read more)

Author: John Edward

488. One Central Park - Sustainable Residential Design
November 03, 2014


Compiled by Pari Syal Photography: Murray Fredericks; courtesy Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House Australia Moving ahead of Australian Green Star compliance, One Central Park (OCP) by Ar. Jean Nouvel is an innovative and environmentally ambitious landmark project that takes a broader approach to carbon conscious design and exceeds the highest standards of sustainable residential design. As the iconic centerpiece of the redevelopment of the Carlton & United Brewery site in Sydney, OCP uses two unusual technologies - hydroponics and heliostats: plants are grown all around the... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

489. Bike, Hike, Golf All Year in Phoenix AZ
November 02, 2014


If you're the kind of person who can't get enough of outdoor sports activities like kayaking, rafting, hiking, golfing, and biking, then the Phoenix Arizonian lifestyle is for you. An outdoorsy lifestyle is easy to have when you have the kind of climate Phoenix Arizona has all year round. Because of the state's varied terrain elevation, the climate in Arizona is mostly zoned in on different areas. Generally though, it's sunny and warm temperature everywhere, 7 months of the year. The remaining 5 months, at worst, will give you less than an inch of snow. At best, you’ll simply be experiencing... (read more)

Author: Maureen Karpinski

490. Punch & Panache
October 28, 2014


Despite being flanked by prominent garment and jewellery stores in an upscale shopping district of Bhelupur, Benaras, designer boutique Gazal’s Panache stands out for its striking monochromatic palette, interior detailing and lattice-work influenced by the famous Benarasi weave, albeit in a contemporary avatar… A glass facade for maximum visibility and a two-floor high corner window display with striking gold jaali-work instantaneously catches the eye of the discerning shopper. Art Deco elements accomplish a marriage of contemporaneity and Indian rootedness in a high-end space defined by... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

491. Aspen Art Museum, Colorado
October 27, 2014


By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy the architect Ar. Shigeru Ban’s Aspen Art Museum sits in a glass box wrapped in a wooden lattice frame, upheld by the architect’s reinventive design approach... Set high in the Rockies in the ski town of Aspen, Colorado, 33,000 sq. ft museum designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban adopts an innovative climate design concept and maximized opportunities for day-lighting, while mediating direct solar gain; besides anointing the surroundings with a categorical building facade. Based on five distinctive elements: the Moving room or the... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

492. House for Trees
October 25, 2014


Vo Trong Nghia Architects, Vietnam restore the charm of tropical neighbourhoods in the highly urbanized heart of Ho Chi Minh City through their one-of-a-kind project ‘House for Trees’... This novel initiative has drawn the attention of the world by winning a prestigious award at the World Architecture Festival 2014, under the “completed Buildings – House” category. The project tastefully ropes in exterior space as an integral part of the living area, heralding the co-existence of ‘high-density dwelling’ with ‘huge tropical trees’ and enabling the dwellers to have an exhilarating ear... (read more)

Author: Anuradha K. R.

493. Diwali Decor
October 22, 2014


Staying tuned in to our Indian roots adds a distinctive flavour and individuality to our global mindset and avant-garde homes during the festive season... As we all prepare for Diwali, our décor takes first priority in the milieu of receiving and seeing off a host of friends, relatives, even acquaintances – perhaps the only time when people drop in uniformed and are warmly welcomed. Certain fundamentals dictate a traditional décor during this auspicious Hindu festival in almost every home. We endeavour to equip you with some convenient spot pointers that will not only enhance your dé... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

494. Quaint Vietnam House
October 22, 2014


Need a home? Have limited resources? Here’s Vietnam’s architectural practice a21studio’s solution to a warm and enjoyable home in the lap of nature… Affordability has various connotations; architectural styles are aplenty; construction materials vary; above all, perceptions of home are subjective. When a middle-aged architectural journo approached a21studio to design his home on the outskirts of Vietnam’s Hochiminh city, in a relatively new urban area with its skyline strewn with a variety of architectural housing styles, he was clear that he wanted comfort above all else, besides being i... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

495. Aesthetic Artificial Lighting
October 18, 2014


Info & Images: Courtesy v2com newswire Lighting experts LumiGroup create bespoke ambience for Artopex flagship, combating the almost total absence of natural light… Artopex, one of the biggest office furniture manufacturers in Quebec has very recently unveiled its new showroom in the heart of Old Montreal. In collaboration with Lemay, the multidisciplinary firm responsible for the interior design, LumiGroup created the lighting of this space, located in the basement of the former Royal Bank of Canada meeting a formidable lighting challenge - the almost total absence of natural light.... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

496. Audio players - Groove on the Go
October 15, 2014


Finding a perfect way to listen to music is getting complex, with the advent of technology. When it comes to music, there are a plethora of options for listening, at home, in car, or anywhere else. From iPods to MP3 players, car audio to home theaters, there are many ways for listening to music. Audio players are available in a wide range out there in the market to help all your music needs on the go. You may want to fill your house with multi speaker that lets you and your family enjoy great music. Audio players are available from DAB digital radios to internet radios, MP3 players, MP4 ... (read more)

Author: sreedhar sreedhar

497. Quique - Sinuous Retail Experience!
October 13, 2014


Photography: Luis Diego Matarrita; courtesy SYN Architecture At the refurbished Quique clothing store in Costa Rica, all common architectural elements turn into meaningful function, conveying key information to the visitor... Sinuousness and a monochromatic palette seem to be taking almost every architect/ designer’s fancy as he plays with creating distinctive environments with fluid forms. Austria-based SYN Architecture proved no different in the renoation exercise of the Quique clothing store in San Jose, Costa Rica. Located in an exclusive shopping centre in Escazu, a trendy... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

498. Street Furniture - Chic & Robust
October 13, 2014


Info & Images: Courtesy ALTO Design ALTO Design’s new Équiparc DELTA street furniture collection impresses with the simplicity of its lines, which evokes both robustness and sophistication... Marking ALTO design’s initiation into the genre of urban furniture, the industrial design team have dealt with the assignment as a reflection of something refined yet, masculine. The collection that includes two benches, a table, two waste receptacles, two planters and a bike rack is characterized by a strong identity, which emerges through a thorough calibration of every detail. The bevel ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

499. Which kind of dogwood sapling you should use for home decoration?
October 09, 2014


Though you will find around 100 types within the household that was dogwood, but some of them may be rooted in your house. The 2 hottest dogwood woods will be perhaps the Cornus kousa, which can even be introduced because the Asian dogwood or the Cornus California and or the Blooming dogwood. The Blooming dogwoods Cornus Florida is one of the original on the list of dogwood tree bought at the local garden center, since it is the most commonly accessible and also generally foreseeable to buy. The pine is not unavailable in virtually all parts of the Usa that is western. Ostensibly, it... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

500. Things You Should Know Before Taking the Solar Energy Plunge
October 08, 2014


If you’re looking to reduce your impact on the environment while lowering your electric bill then solar energy may be the way to go. Unfortunately, not everyone will be able to utilize it without making quite a few changes to their home and surroundings. Hopefully, this article will let you know what you need to convert your home to solar power. To consider using solar energy, one of the first things you will definitely need is an unobstructed view of the sun. If you live in a heavily wooded area or in an area that receives a lot of bad weather then a solar energy system may not be... (read more)

Author: Shelia Lirette



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