Tomiris Kupzhassarova talks about an interdisciplinary approach and first-hand impressions of Amsterdam workshop in the framework of Creating Homes for Tomorrow Program.
Explore the innovative approaches for creating more livable neighborhoods together with an international group of participants and a multidisciplinary team of mentors and experts!
You are welcome to apply to the next HELSINKI-KYIV workshops till the 2nd of February, 2020. TAP the LINK in BIO.
The glass allows only a specified fraction of solar radiation energy to pass through, providing illumination but helping to prevent overheating. As compared to float glass, solar control glass reduces heat gained and glare of light entering the room and provides a comfortable environment for living
Side view of the once illustrius Hotel Excelsior, at the time actually one of the capital's most excellent hotels and one of the largest neoclassical buildings of Athens with no less than four floors. Originally it was known as Victoria Hotel when built in 1910 by Ernest Ziller in his characteristic eclectic manner, which unfolds on every floor through a selection of different motifs and patterns. It was active as a hotel until the 50s and afterwards bought by the National Bank of Greece to house one of its many branches. Unfortunately this change of use sacrificed the entire interior which was thoroughly modernised. Only the shell remains, yet beautiful with all its variety of decorative detail. Most of the cast-iron railings bear a beautiful design depicting swans, a motif Ziller used a lot in many of his most eminent constructions.
It was recently renovated and now hosts a shopping centre. #athens#greece#greekarchitecture#greekrevival#hotel#omonoia#entrance#door#neoclassicism#neoclassical#eclectic#eclecticism#facade#architecture#architecturaldetail#railing#swans
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Casa L in Mérida in Yucatán, #Mexico designed by Muñoz Arquitectos.
Collaborators: Gareth Lowe Negrón, Lorena Medina
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