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Considering the amount of use they get, the tough treatment they endure, and their aesthetic potential, they should never be an afterthought.
Shipping containers have often been used as base structures of buildings, a trend that is increasing.
Some of the world's top women in architecture photography.
The list of the world’s healthiest cities have seen Asian cities dominating the rankings, closely followed by Europe and North America.
Splashbacks are a functional alternative to traditional kitchen wall tiles. In most cases they are places where you would normally tile the walls behind your benchtops. So regardless if it's an acrylic or glass splashback, it will prevent water from destroying your walls.
Gothic architecture evolved from the Romanesque genre, retaining many of the elements such as the arches and vaulted ceilings, but in a more exaggerated form.
Sustainability can be defined as the processes and actions through which humankind avoids the depletion of natural resources (which is influenced by the way societies are organized) to keep an ecological balance so that society’s quality of life doesn’t decrease.
Though durable, indoor tiles are not made to handle things such as frost and direct sunlight. On the other hand, outdoor tiles have the ability to handle these conditions and more. ... Outdoor tiles must be frost-resistant and unglazed in order to withstand the repeated freeze/thaw cycles of winters without cracking.
Swedish flooring company Perstorp are credited with the invention of laminate flooring in 1977 but it wasn't until 1984 that their new product, sold under the brand name of Pergo, was introduced to the European markets.
Looking for the perfect vintage chair? Want to envision what a new paint color would look like in your space, without getting out the rollers? Need a floor plan for your home? Whip out your smartphone.
Originated by designers George C. Heins and Christopher Grant La Farge, this ubiquitous 3-by-6-inch rectangle, first seen in a New York subway station, quickly made its way into kitchens and bathrooms across the country.
Clinker bricks are partially-vitrified bricks used in the construction of buildings. Clinker bricks are produced when wet clay bricks are exposed to excessive heat during the firing process, sintering the surface of the brick and forming a shiny, dark-coloured coating.