The phenomenon of "emergence," and its importance for the creation of healthy, living environments, is explained.
The majority of contemporary design caters to machines, not people. Adaptive design offers another way.
As we learn to identify unhealthy technologies, let’s explore healthy and time-tested solutions that enhance our wellbeing.
Certified arborists provide tree assessment reports and develop tree protection plans during the design process to ensure healthy environments for urban forests.
Florim’s porcelain is a material with high technical and aesthetic components. The porcelain is made by blending raw natural materials together, which, thanks also to the contemporary technologies of high-definition digital printing, can truthfully reproduce all kinds of surfaces and materials. The production process of the porcelain uses mechanical manufacturing techniques, and physical / chemical reactions – where Florim’s know-how is the essential piece of the complicated puzzle in producing the super high quality product.
In the next installment of this series by Nikos A. Salingaros, we see how the shape of our spaces, both public and private, can help reduce anxiety.
Misunderstanding the difference between synthetic and natural processes can lead to buildings that go against our nature.
Dr. Nikos Salingaros explores the architectural theory behind patterns of human behavior in this, the second post in a series of articles about the influence of patterns on living structures.
The first in a series of articles about the way that living structures should come from patterns.
Formica Forever Text by Alexandra Lange, Phil Patton, Peter York Foreword by Mark Adamson Formica® is 100 years old! To celebrate this centennial, Formica Corporation has published Formica Forever. The book takes us on a lively, information-packed walk through the…
Mid-Century Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape
Marian Bantjes: Pretty Pictures Design and text by Marian Bantjes Foreword by Rick Poynor From a remote cabin off Canada’s Pacific coast, Marian Bantjes has created a unique visual language that combines typographical craftsmanship, illustrative flair and personal observation. Her…
London's ugliest icon will be gilded if the English squad takes home the tournament trophy.