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2A Europe Architecture Award 2017

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2A's Vision: An architectural style in any region is characterized by the features that make a building or other structure notable and historically identifiable. A style may include such elements as form, method of construction, building materials, and regional cultural character. Most architecture can be classified as a chronology of styles which changes over time reflecting changing fashions, lifestyles, beliefs and religions, or the emergence of new ideas, innovative technologies, or materials which make new

2A Asia Architecture Award 2017

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2A's Vision: Historically, Asia’s architecture has tended to be heterogeneous; each civilization – from the Persians to the Chinese, the Indians to the Ottomans – has contributed to the creation of an architectural cartography that established the spatial organization of cities such as Istanbul, Isfahan, Samarkand, Calcutta, Beijing, and Tokyo, and immensely influenced the architectural traditions of the European, African continents. Consequently, Eastern contributions to Western culture and architecture deserve significant scholarly investigation. Nineteenth and

2AAA 2016, Vienna

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2AAA 2016, Vienna 2A Magazine is pleased to announce the second annual 2A Asia Architecture Award; 2AAA 2016, which celebrates “Innovative Architecture in Asia”. Accordingly, the Award is for recognition of an individual’s or group’s substantial contribution to today’s architecture in Asia in terms of contemporary challenges of the field in the region and lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture. This continent-wide award recognizes and acknowledges architects who have engaged in creating and

Kavirara Sponsor FaBRICKate Project

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Kavirara Sponsor FaBRICKate Project Using an array of programs available for public use, a group of young architects called ADAPt have designed and realized a unique free-form brick structure in Iran. The complexity of the structure is broken down into several layers and elements, all guided by the analysis and output of their digital toolbox. This iteration, titled "FaBRICKate" is the first in what is intended to be a series of investigations of this contemporary design

ThermoWood production statistics 2015

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ThermoWood production statistics 2015 More and more people today, when choosing construction materials, prefer to use products made from natural wood, vs products made from chemicals and artificial materials. It’s simple to understand why, considering the aesthetic appeal of wood, plus the fact that chemical-free wood is environmentally friendly and 100% ECO material. Raw wood is an unstable material. It is susceptible to decay, insects and fungi; it cracks and twists when exposed to moisture and temperature fluctuation.

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