An Australian business building in Sydney displaying the everyday professional life while centering around the structure’s clean-cut architecture. Interestingly, shades of blue have proven to ease stress in studies conducted through work environments.

The Magnificent Array of Futuristic Architecture in Australia

In a constantly changing age of technology, trends, and thoughts, comes an interesting period of reflection worth noting. As the magnificent array of the futuristic architecture of Australia becomes explored in this article, there comes an appreciation for this craft. … Continue reading The Magnificent Array of Futuristic Architecture in Australia

Medieval Bologna / Wikipedia

The History Behind Medieval Skyscrapers in Bologna and Comparison to Modern Architecture

Introduction Bologna is a thriving city in northern Italy that has a rich history. Some cities make an effort to make their history more visible underneath modern additions. In contrast, Bologna’s medieval heritage sticks out like two, very sore thumbs. … Continue reading The History Behind Medieval Skyscrapers in Bologna and Comparison to Modern Architecture

Lascaux Painting / Wikipedia

Origins of the Early Forms of Animation in Ancient Architecture

Discovery of Lascaux Caves In France 1940, 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat discovered a forgotten world. Later, French archaeologist Abbé Henri Breuil recorded the paintings. The paintings date to about 21,000 years BP. Cave painting in Europe dates to the Upper Paleolithic, … Continue reading Origins of the Early Forms of Animation in Ancient Architecture

Danfeng Gate of the Tang Dynasty Daming Palace / Pinterest (Da Ming Gong 2009)

Ancient History: How Chinese Mapmakers Embellished the Organization of Imperial Capitals

Introduction to Ancient Chinese cities Cities were a central feature of ancient Chinese culture. The Ancient Chinese designed their cities with important rules and goals in mind. Their rules and goals won’t likely be familiar to modern urban planners. We … Continue reading Ancient History: How Chinese Mapmakers Embellished the Organization of Imperial Capitals

an interior design with incorporated greeneries, trees into the interior space; people walking; there is a glass structure in the middle that is connected to the ceiling

Biophilic Designs: How Do Nature Incorporated Designs Impact Human Health?

As urbanization increases and more and more skyscrapers with metallic bodies populate the cities, the gap between humans and nature enlarges. As the studies indicate, the disconnection between nature and humans negatively affects human physiology and well-being, leading to many … Continue reading Biophilic Designs: How Do Nature Incorporated Designs Impact Human Health?