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How Digital Tools Can Bolster Interior Design Projects

December 1, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Interior design is far from an easy task – it is often a five-step process that involves swapping out ideas time after time until the perfect look is achieved. But a new online tool is allowing architects and designers to view and adapt furniture for all interior design projects, with just a few clicks. Hello Raye is a curated online marketplace that offers 3D-model configuration for tens of thousands of commercial and residential products including furniture, fixtures and equipment all in one place.

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An Intuitive Approach That Will Change The Way You Think About BIM

November 25, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Project conceptualization has the largest impact on the functionality, performance, and cost of a building – this is when key decisions about layout and aesthetics are being taken. Although the depth of data required to make these decisions is best served by BIM, it is understandable why architects are reluctant to use BIM tools in the creative process.

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The Design Process and Off-Site Construction of Alchemy’s Squam Lake Residence

November 17, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Internationally recognized for their weeHouse® concept, Alchemy has been proving since 1992 that even the smallest of dwellings can have a huge impact. weeHouse®, a term that Alchemy trademarked in 2002, was conceived as a modular-friendly design system that emphasizes quality before quantity, and has been recognized by an ethos of “less is more.” The Minnesota-based firm, led by Geoffrey Warner FAIA, designs the structures to be modern and sleek with particular attention to using expressive local materials with environmental sensitivity.

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Launch of TFAM Expansion: Moving Beyond Imagination, Expanding Art Into the Unknown

November 17, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Following several years of preparation, Taipei Fine Arts Museum announces the start of its two-phase expansion project titled Out of Bounds: TFAM Expansion. Construction on a new collections vault began in October of this year, and an open call for architectural proposals for another new museum building will be launched in January 2022. The Museum was completed in 1983 and together with the new collection storage area and a second building, it will gradually expand Taiwan’s contemporary art vista.

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Festival Days of Oris 21

November 16, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

FESTIVAL DAYS OF ORIS 21

LIVE + ONLINE

Days of Oris is an international architectural festival organized by Oris House of Architecture, held since 2001. Every year, it gathers more than 2000 participants – architects and professionals from the related fields. So far, more than 300 leading experts and speakers from all over the world have participated in the Festival.
This year’s Days of Oris 21 Festival will be held LIVE 20 – 21 November 2021 at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, Croatia.
The programme will start on 20 November at 10 a.m. The Festival will

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Pre-Announcement: “Beyond YUE|Jianhu Revival”, Shaoxing Jianhu Planning and Design Competition Coming Soon!

November 16, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Jianhu (Jian Lake) is the origin of local Yue civilization. It has witnessed the vitality and development of the city for thousands of years. Sitting at the junction between the Keqiao urban zone and Kuaiji Mountain landscape, it features a unique blended context of “mountain, lake, city and farmland”, and also a number of beautiful humanistic stories. Today, under Keqiao’s development positioning—the “International Textile Capital”, Jianhu is opening up and embracing creativity altogether.

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How Can Buildings Benefit the Environment? Join the Build for Life 2021 Conference, November 15-17

November 9, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Seeking to actively respond to the climate-related challenges of the 21st century, VELUX’s sustainability strategy includes a series of measurable steps towards positive change as we focus on how buildings can help solve global challenges with sustainable solutions and practical actions. One of these steps is Build for Life, a pioneering, multidisciplinary initiative launched in 2021 to help connect people and the planet through better building design.

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Nature-Inspired Zinc Clad Architectures

November 8, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Nature is always to be found in things and architecture – and it is exciting, aesthetic, and astonishing. This is especially apparent in the exhibition of Gerhard Schönnenbeck’s photographs of landscape shots, juxtaposed with architecturally impressive objects that were perfectly staged with zinc cladding panels developed by RHEINZINK.

In their series “Inspired by nature,” RHEINZINK presents these reflections that Gerhard Schönnenbeck captured so well with his camera.

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Cutting-edge D5 Render now available in UK and Ireland through Elmtec

November 4, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

D5 Render SketchUp Extension | Elmtec SketchUp, a real-time renderer for digital designers, brings a whole new layer to the industry thanks to cutting-edge technologies, making it easier to render ultra-realistic images with real-time raytracing, creating a transformational movement within the design industry. From 28th September 2021, Elmtec is the official distributor for D5 Render in the UK and Ireland.

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IE School of Architecture & Design’s MBArch Entrepreneurship Challenge

November 3, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Today’s rapidly changing world calls for entrepreneurs who question the status quo and are able to leverage people, resources, and processes to produce dynamic solutions. As spatial design activities and the global construction industry experience unprecedented transformation, there are endless opportunities for those with the courage to stand up and take them.