Tag Archives: architecture

How Smart Glass Enhances Customer Experience In Bar and Entertainment Venues

Bar and venue owners worldwide, from Boston to Berlin, Dublin to Dubai, Paris to Perth, have tried and tested various techniques to get customers to stick around a little longer, buy another round or sample some food. Typical efforts to …

How innovative academic building design can inspire learning

The design of academic buildings can significantly impact academic performance, for better or worse. Students perform best when they study in an environment where they feel comfortable, safe, and productive in their learning. Functionality is also important—academic building design can …

How Smartglass design is changing architecture

Technology moves at an increasingly rapid pace in the modern world, and it waits for nobody.  Architects are in a particularly vulnerable position when it comes to technology. They must stay current with other key architectural aspects, such as the …

Office Exterior Design 2017: Current Trends & Ideas

The latest trends in modern office design reflect the society we live in, with office designers and architects looking to incorporate new design technologies to give the office exterior a fresh and contemporary look with added functionality. In this post, …

4 Clever Commercial Uses of Switchable Smart Glass

Commercial businesses are constantly looking for new ways to impress and indulge in innovative technology. It is no surprise that some of the biggest brands are turning to Switchable Smart Glass to turn heads, illuminate environments, create multi-functional spaces to …

Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge – London

Thomas Heatherwick has released new images of his proposed Garden Bridge across the Thames in London.

Shipping Container House – Arizona

A house in Flagstaff, Arizona has been constructed out of six shipping containers making for a pretty interesting residence.

Green8 – Figure of 8 Skyscraper for Berlin

Architects Agnieszka Preibisz and Peter Sandhaus have unveiled a conceptual skyscraper for Berlin with a twisted figure-of-eight structure that curves around elevated gardens and is held up by cables.

Cenke Tower by HENN – Taiyuan, China

German studio HENN has won a competition to design a 280-meter skyscraper in China.