Devangi Siddhapura

Hostile Architecture 

hostile architecture

Introduction Hostile architecture is also known as defensive architecture. With an emphasis on homeless individuals and their association with public spaces like bus stops, benches, parks, etc., this type of design primarily uses tactics to dissuade various sorts of public conduct. Another activity that is commonly discussed is street skating. The same goes for teenage …

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Green Architecture In Singapore: Leading Design and Technologies

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Introduction  Singapore has always been mindful of environmentally friendly construction and lowering the economy’s energy intensity by 2030. The formation of the city’s image in nature is the result of the combined efforts of the government, architects, and urban planners. To promote changes like sun-shading exteriors, water-efficient fixtures, computer modeling of energy flows and carbon …

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Can E-Commerce Be Successful For Construction Material?

ecommerce

Introduction  Users may now choose more easily and spend less time going between locations thanks to the traditional system of buying from businesses and the online purchase of goods. Even basic necessities for our daily lives, including groceries and veggies, are available online. The consumer has profited from e-commerce in many ways, but it has …

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A New Approach Towards Mass Housing: John Habraken Theory

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Introduction  Dutch architect born on October 29, 1928, is a theorist and educator. He has contributed to user engagement in mass housing and the inclusion of users and inhabitants in the design process due to his theoretical bent. He is widely known for his idea, articulated in the 1961 book Supports An Alternative to Mass …

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Interim Spaces In Architecture With Respect To Time

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Introduction  Architecture is such a beautiful and complex field of Experiment, expression, livelihood, Sense of belongingness, scene of security, pride, constant change on the surface of built form through its surroundings, Elements, associations, and much more. Everyone has different varied opinions and perceptions about what architecture is and how it affects them. Through the literature …

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Spectacular Works Of Luis Barragan

Spectacular Works Of Luis Barragan

Introduction Born in Gaudalajara, in 1902, Luis Barragan was a Mexican Architect although trained as an engineer. Widely known for his technique of blending a simplistic approach in his modernistic,color-blocked structures with plants, terrain, and natural light of his native country, becoming the most influential architect of the 20th century. His first series of projects …

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Parametric Designs in Architecture: Does it Increase Flexibility in Design?

Parametric Design

Definition And Emergence  A complex method for a complex form or set of final design requirements is parametric architecture. It is founded on algorithms that enable parameters and rules that, in the end, define and arrange the current relationship between the design needs and the finished design output. But in order to fully comprehend it, …

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Amphibious Architecture: Is it an Advantage for Architecture Industry?

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Building Resilience: The Advantage of Amphibious Architecture Why is Amphibious Architecture a thought/necessity? Floods are one of the most serious risks to humanity and their habitat as a result of climate change and unusual events. The cost caused by such a flood scenario is huge, both economically and in terms of human life lost owing …

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Architecture And Fractal Geometry: Interrelation of Natural Geometry and Design

Geometry

Introduction  When we think of geometry, the first and the most important name is Thales of Miletus, a mathematician living in the 6th century BCE. He is regarded as the father of geometry and began the process of using deduction from first principles. It is said that he traveled to Egypt and Babylon and sought …

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