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Don’t Panic When Your Domestic Appliance Breaks Down

Everyday life can be extremely stressful, which is why the last thing you want when you get home from work is to discover your washing machine or refrigerator has broken. You want to get the necessary tasks out of the way, such as eating dinner and throwing laundry in the washing machine, and then relax […]

Help me to support major depressive disorders

For the first time ever archi-ninja.com has been nominated in the JDR Industry Blogger Awards for the best Blogger – Architecture category. I am super stoked and honored to be nominated. The last time I won a competition was in 1991 when I scored myself a lady and the tramp color book. I need your […]

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions.  Zaha Hadid: As a woman in architecture, I cant describe how personally empowering her strength and beauty was. The sudden passing of Zaha Hadid’s has led to an outpouring of heartfelt tributes from some of the profession’s most prominent figures. A “brave and […]

2016 Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 12 Great Gift Ideas For Great Moms Across The Globe!

To my own mother who has supported me through my never-ending cycle of teenage angst and facilitating every phase of my personal growth and accomplishment; I hope you never feel that you have failed. You are always be my mother and I am always your daughter. Know that through my eyes, my heart and my mind you […]

Interview with Matteo Cainer, Matteo Cainer Architects

Matteo Cainer is a practicing architect, teacher and curator. Based in London and Paris, he is the principal of Matteo Cainer Architects, co-founder of the Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Strategies in Architecture and the director of ‘Architecture Whispers‘. Cainer works and collaborates with many international practices including Peter Eisenman, CoopHimmelb(l)au and Arata Isozaki Associati. In […]

Architecture and Parkour – Interview with Andy Day

Andy Day has been photographing parkour and people since 2003. His job allows him travel the world and adventure on the edge of anything from buildings to abandoned ships. He is also a researcher and location manager. He helps to run Buildering.net and works closely with Parkour Generations. For those who don’t know buildering is […]

Help me to help others!

For the first time ever archi-ninja.com has been nominated in the JDR Industry Blogger Awards for the best Blogger – Architecture category. I am super stoked and honored to be nominated. The last time I won a competition was in 1991 when I scored myself a lady and the tramp color book. I need your […]

Architecture and Parkour – Interview with Mikkel Mølgaard Frandsen Rugaard

A beast in the the body of an academic and architect; Mikkel Mølgaard Frandsen Rugaard is a P.E. teacher, practitioner, architect and designer. In addition to this Mikkel is also the co-owner of Street Movement. He takes part in everything relating to the aesthetics of Street Movement including architectural design, educating, graphics, choreography and staging. Street Movement’s work is […]

Architecture and Parkour

I watched him hop the construction barrier that blocked the “easy” route to the sidewalk for the long months of building. Two quick hops and he continued walking. The herds of people shuffled around the barriers, under the scaffolding, through the curved construction fence and out on the other side, where the young man had […]

Pre-fabricated Construction in Australia

Money, time and space are the three things most of us want or need more of. Nome of which are easy to come by these days, perhaps that is why pre-fabricated construction is on the rise, not only in Australia, but around the globe. The speed and ease with which pre-fabricated buildings can be designed and […]

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