July 17, 2024 6:39 PM

architecture

Ljubljana Central Market by Jože Plečnik in Ljubljana, Slovenia

These Architectural Sites in Ljubljana are a Must Visit for Admirers of Jože Plečnik

A famed architect who had an impact on the culture of certain European cities, Jože Plečnik's work can be found in multiple locations in Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital

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Here's Where You Should Go for a Dose of Art Nouveau Archiecture in Riga

Riga, Latvia's capital city, is home to multiple examples of Art Nouveau architecture that will delight anyone who is a fan of the movement.

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The Coolest, Weirdest, Most Bizarre Gas Stations In The World

Filling up one’s gas tank is probably one of the most boring tasks there is. However, it is something that cannot be avoided. Here are some cool gas stations that will surprise car owners.

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Jane Jacobs' Decades Of Ideas For An Ideal City Still Matters Today

Jane Jacobs is a legendary icon against poor urban development, leading to the defeat of leading urban planner and contractor Robert Moses' plan that almost broke the existing appearance of New York City decades before—and her story still matters today.

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India Soon To Become An Architectural Hub

India will soon become the next hub of architecture in the world. Studio Symbiosis has presented its plans and design, which could be soon incorporated in most regions of the country.

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Lost Buildings Of Architect Frank Lloyd Wright To Be Restored

America will see to the restoration of the buildings made by their most beloved late architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Initiative will rebuild Wright's demolished or unfinished projects starting with redeveloping the 1911 pavilion in the Canadian Rockies Banff, which was destroyed 30 years after its construction.

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A Guide To Gaudi's Barcelona: Five Spots You Must Not Miss

Barcelona is basically the top pick in Spain when it comes to stunning architectural pieces. And these architectural structures will never be the same without Spain’s most celebrated architect – Antoni Gaudi.

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Must See: Match-Box ‘Parasite Properties’ is the Trend in Paris Real Estate

Imagine scoring the ultimate AirBnB in France that overlooks the 19th century city scape of Paris but through a modernized box-turned-home. Living in a Paris 3BOX is an experience anyone will never forget.

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Dubai Is Set To Open The World’s First Indoor Rainforest Inside A High-Tech Hotel

A lot of the world’s superlatives can be seen in this gigantic concrete jungle.

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China Will Build 'Invisible' Bridge, The Most Terrifying Yet!

The new bridge will blend into the surroundings, giving tourists a hair raising experience.

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World Architecture: Art Nouveau

The central idea of Modernism was that the beauty of designed objects, such as buildings and furniture, depended on the extent to which they functioned as well.

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Discover the Architectural Fantasy Land Hidden in the Forest

The Sifang Art Park is a captivating place to take in some spectacular architecture in a surprising corner of China and offers an alluring and appealing sight into the type of dream homes the world's top architects might construct for themselves. Residential housing is arranged, proposing that the long-term procedure may move the recreation center toward a retreat for art second homers rather than a stopping point on China's vacationer trail.

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Brussels: The Center of Art Nouveau

Europe is known as the art capital of the world with art galleries galore. Many of the renowned artists came from Europe and their works are still there. During the early twentieth century, the art world saw a radical change that reflected the changing political views and pushed against the norms of the art world. This era became known as Avant-Garde art.

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A Tour of Barcelona through the Architecture.

Barcelona, Spain, is a city in the northeastern part of Spain called Catalan. The city is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Barcelona is a center for an architectural style known as Catalan Modernism that was part of the lager modernism movement known as Art Nouveau that developed in the late 1880s and early 1900s. One of the most famous architectures of this Catalan Modernism was Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). His style encompasses irregular lines, curved forms, and surprising contrasts which create an awe-inspiring view. In total he finished 18 projects and his last project is still in construction today.

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Build Your Own Hobbit House from Dirt

Cob cottages are attractive, cost efficient ways to build your dream home that can cost fractions of what it takes to buy a new home

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