Archive for August, 2014

A Travelling Architecture School

Have you heard of a travelling architecture school? Although it is very old, it is on the verge of acquiring a self-conscience. The school currently has no name, it has no building, no steady campus and no fancy libraries. It is not career oriented or an institution. Some may even consider it as part of a […]

US Highlights: The River North Art District – Where Art is Made

United States Highlights – In Denver Colorado: When wandering around Denver, Colorado, the River North (RiNo) Art District caught my attention. The district is home to active studios, galleries and creative spaces for a range of disciplines. Repurposing a former industrial hub, the architecture within and around RiNo is rich in history, creating the ideal setting for emerging […]

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions. Cold War Kid: During the 1961 Berlin Crisis President John F. Kennedy vowed to identify spaces in “existing structures both public and private that could be used for fallout shelters in case of attack.” After JFK’s speech, a fallout shelter economy occurred almost immediately […]

Washington D.C. the coolest city in America?

Turns out Congress is Cool. Forbes has just declared Washington D.C as the coolest City in America. The semi-scientific system for measuring coolness takes into account: Entertainment options, including the availability of sporting events, zoos, aquariums, golf courses, ski areas, national parks, theatres and museums. If there’s a dinosaur exhibition then its cool! The food factor, including yummy […]

Calling all Children to Draw their Favourite Building or Landmark

Need something fun for your children to work on? I am currently calling entries for an exciting project that will take inspiration from the way children envisage and draw architecture. Ask your children to draw a picture of their favourite famous building or landmark and send it to my email; What you need to know? 1. The […]