Architecture

Applications and uses of geometry in architecture to improve human lives and behavior, generate new types of spaces, and value references.

Circular cities benefit from more rainfall

After noticing that weather data from roughly circular cities like Dallas and London often show…

Harpa Concert Hall: from nature to architecture

The building stands out like a vast, dazzling sculpture on the edge of land and sea,…

Parametric semiology: creating meaningful architectural spaces via human patterns of behaviour

In his Parametric Semiology – The Design of Information Rich Environments (2013), Patrik Schumacher from…

Irregularly shaped parks reduce mortality risk

Some community parks are square, reflecting the city block where they are located — but…

Double helix — the secret of Italian renaissance domes

The Sangallo, who created their own self-balanced building method for brick domes based on the…