Tag: architecture

Architecture Drawing Sketch

October 16, 2019 Off

With these architecture drawing sketch, our dreamy future home is never far away!!! Until now we’ve been showing to your interior and exterior house plans but now its time to see drawing and not plans made in 3D programs. We will show you a sketch that architects shared with us in unselfish way to show…

By Molly Wilson

The Most Amazing Bridges Around the World

January 19, 2019 Off

Around the world there are many nice place to visit but also when you are going somewhere, pay attention to the bridge! What follows next are the most amazing bridges around the world! Pedestrian bridge in Vancouver Our first bridge is an interesting shaped bridge that is placed right there in Vancouver. It’s an interesting…

By Molly Wilson

Just Amazing Pedestrian Bridges Around The World

September 9, 2018 Off

Hey dear friends. The world is full of amazing architecture buildings and innovational pedestrian bridges and modern roads. Those people who have a chance to travel around the world, probably have seen admirable buildings and constructions.¬†Recently, I’ve written about the most dangerous roads in the world. But today, our pedestrian¬†bridges are the topic of this…

By Molly Wilson

Check Enticing Dubai Architecture to Ruin Your Heart

August 28, 2018 Off

Dubai architecture is striking! The city architecture includes the process of planning, designing and constructing buildings. To be an architect is not an easy job. Maybe these people have a high salary but their effort to create such amazing buildings is enormous. Have you ever wondered about who is responsible for Dubai architecture? A lot…

By Molly Wilson

Wonders of Modern Architecture

February 5, 2014 Off

Modern architecture, new compositional style that developed in numerous Western nations in the decade after World War I. It was dependent upon the “balanced” utilization of up to date materials, the standards of functionalist arranging, and the dismissal of chronicled point of reference and adornment. This style has been for the most part designated as…

By David Bankston