Sculptured Building “Fascade” in the heart of London

I was driving through London a few months ago and I was amaze by the  some of the buildings fascade. Some were very modern and others were very traditional but most of them painted  a story of sculptured architecture. The photos were taken in the heart of London while driving in a coach. Sculptured architecture … Continue reading

Ocean Front Development

I was captured by the impressive skyline ocean front development in Trinidad & Tobago, Trinidad, Port of Spain. The modern look enhance the architectural environment. The photo highlighting  the  Hyatt Regency building was taken during my visit to Trinidad. The building comprised mainly of hotel accommodation, venue for high profile meetings and conference. Related articles Total … Continue reading

Restoration of Victorian Architecture

  The National Museum of Scotland reopen after the restoration of a Victorian style architecture and costing £4.7 m refit. The timeline for the completion was approximately two and half to three years. The original interior has been restored and it now one of Uk’s largest museum. Thanks to Scottish architect Gareth Hoskins and exhibition … Continue reading

Some Typical Traditional Housing Facade in the UK

Some typical traditional facades that were used some 50 years ago. These facades are still popular in this century residential housing designs and construction. The photo shown above highlight some suburb housing in Tooting, St Georges,  United Kingdom. This photo shows clearly the brickwork, pebbles dash and pre-cast facades which still maintain an outstanding finish. … Continue reading

A Glimpse of Scottish Architecture

Scotland is one of my favourite place for old and unique architecture. A glimpse of Scottish  architecture send a strong message of it culture, people and great history. The city of Edinburgh is very famous for it historical attractions, I did enjoyed my tour around the city of Edinburgh where many of the buildings are … Continue reading

A snap at some Housing and parking in Wallington UK

During my walk to the library on Sunday I was able to snap this photo showcasing the order of the housing and style of architecture in this area of Wallington, United Kingdom. The photo tell a story of the street parking and footpath as well as a quiet neighbourhood that capture my attention. This type … Continue reading

Some of the World Smallest Residential Buildings

The sliver house located in London, England with a dimension of approximate 3 meter wide (10ft) sandwich between the surrounding brick buildings with building fabric constructed out of glass tells a story of space and cost management. The Singel 166 house located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands is one of the narrowest house tightly squeezed between … 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

River Thames and its unique Engineering Infrastructure

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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.