Stories from the studio
Trends at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale: Standout Features in the National Pavilions
The Venice Architecture Biennale, held every two years in the picturesque city of Venice, Italy, is an esteemed event that draws the attention of architects, designers, and creative thinkers from around the world. Serving as a platform to showcase the latest trends, innovations, and ideas in the field of architecture, the Biennale is a melting pot of diverse cultures, perspectives, and design philosophies. The 2023 edition of the Biennale was no exception, captivating audiences with its impressive national pavilions and their standout features that pushed the boundaries of architectural imagination.
INTERVIEW: Marcus Lyon of Brunswick Group
Marcus is presently the Director at Brunswick Group. Previously serving as the Executive Director (Head of Design and Construction) at Plenary Group, Marcus possesses an in-depth understanding of the requirements for delivering property results in infrastructure projects. He employs a distinctive consultative method, ensuring projects are completed within schedule and budget while meeting the desired objectives of all stakeholders. We were delighted that Markus shared his personal growth journey, collaboration experience with the Baptist Church, and methodology for participating in tender projects.
How Innovation is Changing the Architectural Industry
Innovation has transformed almost every aspect of modern life, and the architectural industry is no exception. From the use of computer-aided design to the incorporation of sustainable materials and technologies, the field of architecture has seen significant advancements that have revolutionized the way architects approach their work. This essay will examine how innovation has changed the architectural industry, including the ways in which architects approach design, the materials they use, and the technologies they employ.
How architectural visualization services are changing the way a project is promoted and sold
Today’s architecture isn’t just about looking good or being safe. In CUUB, every day we are getting lots of requests from clients with enquiry points such as sustainability or security in their new buildings. With 3D renders, we always try to emphasize features on this matter and I know that our clients each time expect we are taking their needs seriously. And while we are creating the renders which promotes their vision, we also help to avoid several mistakes before construction.
New Breath: How Reuse Works in Temporary Architecture
Temporary architecture refers to buildings or structures that are designed to be used for a limited period of time, after which they are dismantled. Temporary architecture is often used for events such as festivals, exhibitions, and sports events, but it can also be used for housing, disaster relief, and other purposes. One of the key advantages of temporary architecture is its ability to be reused. In this essay, we will explore how reuse works in temporary architecture.
3D Rendering for architects: Tips to Use visualization to effectively communicate
Today, progressive architects use visualization, rendering, and virtual reality to communicate design plans with their possible clients. In CUUB, before we start any visualization project, we always have to be clear on what the main goal of the project is. The needs of our client play the most important role in determining the focus of the visualization.
The Completeness of the Visual Language: Why is Architectural Visualization Art?
Architectural visualization is a rapidly growing field that combines technology, design, and art. It is an essential tool for architects, designers, and builders to communicate their ideas and concepts with clients and stakeholders. In the past, architects would create two-dimensional drawings and models to communicate their designs. However, these traditional methods were often limited in their ability to convey the true essence of a design. With the advent of 3D modeling software, architectural visualization has become an increasingly important part of the design process.
The Future of Inclusivity and Accessibility in Architecture
As we continue to evolve as a society, we have come to appreciate the importance of inclusivity and accessibility in all aspects of our lives. One area that has seen significant progress in this regard is architecture. Architects are increasingly incorporating inclusive design principles and accessibility features into their projects to ensure that everyone, regardless of ability or background, can access and use the built environment. In this article, we will explore the future of inclusivity and accessibility in architecture and the trends that are shaping this important field.
INTERVIEW: Danny Schwartz of the Main Properties
Danny is currently a Partner at the Main Properties. Nowadays, Danny has concentrated attention on overseeing investments and creating unique projects. His work centers mainly around heritage buildings and the construction of intimate boutique residential and commercial spaces. Danny's expertise and dedication shine through in every project he undertakes, as he puts his heart and soul into crafting cherished spaces for all to enjoy. We were delighted to hear Danny's story about his journey to becoming, challenging part of the real estate industry today, as well as his insights on the importance of storytelling in modern projects.
Architectural Walkthrough and Flythrough: What Is The Difference?
The world of architecture has seen some astounding breakthroughs in recent years. Some of these breakthroughs come as a result of the help of 3D animators and architects. The 3D walkthrough and flythrough is one of the architectural technologies that revolutionized the field. They can highlight many aspects of an exterior or interior space, including the surfaces, textures, floors, roofing materials, and light fittings.