The ice in Architecture

Our recent trip to the Winter Wonderland 2013 in Hyde Park London was exciting and enjoyable. We visited the magical ice Kingdom and discovered the ice in Architecture. So am sharing some of the photo highlights and experience. Firstly, the sub zero temperature was really breath taking as i could hardly feel my fingers as … Continue reading

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, it would take about 7 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see … Continue reading

Progressing into 4D, 5D and 6D BIM

The Building Information Model (BIM) in the form of a 3D model is progressing into a 4D, 5D and 6D model.The 4D BIM process involves the estimate and cost element of the building. The 5D BIM is the process or programming of time elements to complete every phase of the Building.The 6D BIM process involves … Continue reading

Over looking Residential Community in Tooting UK

Over looking residential community in Tooting, London, United Kingdom. The view indicate the residential architecture and cultures that are still very strong and original in the United Kingdom.

Buildings in Nottingham City 2004

Taking a Look at Nottingham city in 2004 before its redevelopment. A vibrant city and very much still one of United Kingdom most economical place to live and shop. A place famous for “Robin Hood”.A place still rich in The English heritage and old iconic architecture.

River Thames and its unique Engineering Infrastructure

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Blending Modernism and historical design

A taste of new and old architecture resulted in a visually striking and truly iconic landmark building.The Las Arena Bull Ring located in Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain.Thanks to the advanced design by Rogers Stirk Harbour and partners.The building highlight many sustainable approach including the timber roof made from Finnforest glulam timber and kerto-Q roof panels.

The Skeleton of Buildings

Some interesting and highly visible engineering and architectural aspect of the structure is the way building is supported by steel frame columns, reinforce concrete columns, brick columns and Timber frame structure.

Why Design Round Building!

The round shape design building performs well in the energy efficiency category.The round shape help to eliminate cold area, allowing solar gain and light in winter thus, reducing your energy bills significantly.

Mimics the real Buildings

Building Architectural Models that mimics the real buildings. Using different type of crafted materials, stapled and glued together can generate interesting models.