We can solve homelessness #thinkdifferently #lifehacks

Finland think differently about this issue Finland are leading the way in solving homelessness in their urban centres. The Scandinavian county has been dealing with this issue for over thirty years and was faced with more than 18,000 people without an a place to live back in 1987. Since then that number has been significantly […]

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London’s new pavilion #architecture

Make Architects have used aircraft and yacht technology to create a striking pavilion for a downtown public space in London, UK. Set in the Square Mile, the Portsoken Pavilion is a cafe space for social-enterprise and community uses. The pavilion’s structure is formed from a prefabricated monocoque (see definition below) and is cladded in Corten […]

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Architecture that sings – a choir school #delight

Palassis Architects have crafted this exquisite sculptural architecture for the St.Georges Cathedral choir at the Cadogan Song School in Perth, Australia. The lightweight structure is constructed from white pre-cast concrete enabling slender columns that support a series of arches to form an arcade over a sinuous spiral stair. The school sits within the foundations of […]

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