Green Villages and Residential Communities

Having a tour through Villages, and residential community in the country side  was certainly enjoyable and fascinating experience. Some of my observations were the natural and green surroundings, the layout of the houses and the blending of the ocean, sky, and trees that create the beautiful and natural environment. The photos highlight villages in Scarborough, … Continue reading

The use of concrete as a architectural form in the 1920s

These photos Highlight  The Rudolf Steiner’s Goetheanum  located in Dornach, Basel, Switzerland.  My recent trip to the Goetheanum site was excited and stimulate reflections of architecture both past and present. The Rudolf Steiner’s  Second Goetheanum was one of the first concrete building to be built. The building was completed in 1928. Related articles Architectural Technologist – … 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

Flare of Colonial style and Caribbean Flavour

The photo of the residential home illustrate a flare of the colonial style and typical Caribbean flavour. This photo was taken in Trinidad and Tobago, on the island of the Tobago. The architecture of this residence tells a story of the history and culture of the native people.

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.