Category Archives: Design

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BIM Adoption: Why it Has Failed to Mainstream, and May Never

BIM Adoption: is it as prevalent as ‘they’ say? I have written about BIM adoption in this space in 2014, dispelling bunkum that media spins about BIM adoption in the construction industry. In that same paper, I lampooned doctored surveys and questionnaires that purported to back up the survey findings....
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Modern/ minimalist House in Yatsugatake

This stunning aerie, by Japanese studio Kidosaki Architects, recently erected in Yatsugatake, Japan, resolves interwoven approaches of the minimalist and Modernist, while integrating the wrap around sight-lines of the surrounding mountainside. Two angled beams support a graceful cantilever of  sleek lines and angles, accentuated by the graceful cantilevers of the...
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Subway – Architecture Photography, Beauty in Simplicity

Subtle serenity in the Subway? “Hard to believe that these are all subway stations.  The German photographer Nick Frank is well known for his stunning shots of urban architecture and I have already published some of his work on WE AND THE COLOR in the past. The selected images are part of...
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