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360° Renders: An Introductory Guide for Architects

September 2, 2017 Equipo Editorial 0

Undoubtedly, Virtual Reality has come to stay while offering very high contributions to Architecture and Design. The possibilities offered by allowing architects, collaborators, and customers to experiment within a virtual environment, is a design tool that allows better decision making.

While VR allows the viewer to experience what it is like to be inside an environment, the 360 rendering processes the idea mimicking it to real life experiences as much as possible, trying to match specifically what the eye sees.

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Learn to Design an Urban Block With This Set of 50 Cards

July 28, 2017 Equipo Editorial 0

We know perfectly well that learning in architecture and urbanism can take on multiple forms. Just think of all the modeling, drawing, plans, theoretical classes, workshops, 3D models and even virtual reality exercises. In this same line, the team at a+t architecture publishers have put together a collection of cards that seek to facilitate the designing of an urban block with 50 design styles. 

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Serious Question: Do Architects Learn Enough About Construction and Materials?

July 20, 2017 Equipo Editorial 0

Have you ever visited a worksite and thought, “Wow, this contractor knows a lot more about construction than I do”? Have you had to change your original design because it was too difficult to construct or because it exceeded the budget? Do you think you’re good at creating well-designed, efficient spaces but you’re not so good when it comes to resolving the project’s details?

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Wooden Installation in Logroño is a Tribute to Spanish Wine

June 14, 2017 Equipo Editorial 0

Concéntrico is Logroño’s Architecture and Design Festival. It is open to residents of the city and visitors from elsewhere, and it aims to discover and rediscover spaces of interest in the city’s Historic Center. The Festival invites attendees to tour these spaces through installations that create a connection between inner courtyards, tucked-away spaces and small plazas that, in the day-to-day, tend to go unnoticed.