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Why Drew Philp Bought A House In Detroit For $500

For the next couple of weeks I am on a working holiday in the US and so the next couple of articles will tell some interesting tales about the cities I visit. This article was originally published on BuzzFeed (quite possibly the best article I’ve read from this website) and caught my eye after recently researching […]

The DIY Ring Kit Goes Global

Almost 2 years after the first prototype, the DIY Ring kit goes global. After 3 car trips, happy tears and over 3 stressful hours at the post office yesterday, hundreds of DIY Ring Kits have now been posted!  Be sure to get one for yourself (or a loved one) via the Architact Collective website. Our website also contains […]

Construction Volunteering in Developing Nations

Many architecture firms collaborate with non-government organisations to help in developing nations. A.gor.a Architects for example, are currently designing and building a new health clinic to provide free healthcare to burmese refugees and migrants. Auburn University Rural Studio works with architects and students to build homes in rural communities while instigating community-action, collaboration, and sustainability. Image Source Left: A.gor.a Architects, Right: Auburn […]

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions. Revisiting one of my favourite Melbourne houses, the Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan. From the front the house is an inconspicuous white Edwardian home, but things are not what they seem; when you step inside the home morphs into a dreamy cloud. Check […]

A Collection of Abandoned Cities and Suburbias

The term ‘ghost town’ conjures haunting images of abandoned buildings from another era, empty streets and personal possessions that never began. From the Unites States to China, these images capture the eery reminder of a possible future (or past civilisation) abruptly ended. Their abandonments have occurred through various means of natural or manmade disasters, war, […]

Architecture Fairy Tales, Fiction and Wizardry

With over 300 entries from 50 countries, Blank Space announce the winners of ‘Fairy Tales,’ the world’s first architecture storytelling competition. Blank Space was established to explore a better manner for communicating architecture, and in turn, to change the way the world perceives architecture. “Since the beginning of recorded time, and perhaps earlier, fairy tales have been a means to confront and […]

Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 3

During my studies I wrote an article entitled “List of Top 10 Architecture Books for Student Architects.” The books were selected because they inspired creativity, innovation and invention. The following Architecture book recommendations are from Architects who have inspired their peers and generations of students to follow. This is part two in a three part series where I have asked influential Architects to share the […]

Interesting stuff on the internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions. Amsterdam-based artist Berndnaut Smilde has created a wonderful and fantastical installation entitled: Nimbus. The installation features individual clouds which appear to magically  float in empty rooms. The haunting images portray the airy clouds drifting through gorgeous Rococo rooms, Gothic cathedrals, and abandoned factories, evoking […]

Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 2

During my studies I wrote an article entitled “List of Top 10 Architecture Books for Student Architects.” The books were selected because they inspired creativity, innovation and invention. The following Architecture book recommendations are from Architects who have inspired their peers and generations of students to follow. This is part two in a three part series where I have asked influential Architects to share the […]

Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 1

During my studies I wrote an article entitled “List of Top 10 Architecture Books for Student Architects.” The books were selected because they inspired creativity, innovation and invention. The following Architecture book recommendations are from Architects who have inspired their peers and generations of students to follow. In this three part series, I have asked influential Architects to share the books that have […]

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