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The most effective methods and ideas to build your very own house as an owner builder.
The Bauhaus movement began in 1919 when Walter Gropius founded a school with a vision of bridging the gap between art and industry by combining crafts and fine arts.
While they do come with their own challenges, weatherboard houses also deliver several benefits, including a classic look and a connection to Australia’s housing heritage.
What makes a good architectural school and which universities have the best architectural schools in the world?
While the views about its viability are mixed, shipping container architecture has now been with us for nearly four decades. Architects continue to find innovate ways to transform old containers into attractive, liveable homes.
Architectural portfolios are a key opportunity for you, as an architect, to present yourself to the world. Here are some valuable tips to ensure you make the most of this opportunity.
Considering the things that can go wrong if the job is done incorrectly, attention must be given to ensuring bathroom waterproofing jobs are done well by experienced professionals.
One of the more polarising architectural eras, the Brutalist architecture period derives it’s name from the French word béton brut, that translates to raw concrete.
Once something of a rarity, house rendering is now the new normal across Australian suburbs. And it’s not just new homes that are receiving the rendering treatment. The relatively simple process gives old homes a new lease of life as well as a worthwhile boost in value.
Though they have been around for more than 10,000 years, Cob houses are experiencing a revival. Considering their many benefits – including environmentally friendliness, affordability, and durability – it’s easy to understand why.
Australia’s recent history of devastating bushfires has only heightened the need to ensure that all houses built in bushfire prone areas can realistically endure fires.
Pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright, an American architect who was active during the early to mid-20th Century, champions the blending of a building’s interior and exterior.