THE GALLERY: ZAHA HADID WORLD ARCHITECTURE, COPENHAGEN till September 29, 2013

ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS PRESENT AN EXPERIMENTAL UNIVERSE AT THEIR EXHIBIT IN DENMARK

Zaha Hadid in collaboration with design studios Kollision and Wahlberg, and The Centre for Advanced Visualization and Interaction (CAVI) presents her first solo exhibition in Scandinavia at the Danish Architecture Centre. This exhibition presents a world of interactive architectural forms that are synonymous with Hadid’s styles along with an installation called Parametric Space. With the intention to merge design with geometry, the Iraqi-British architect showcases sophisticated towers, shell constructions, design objects and furniture through this unique amalgamation.

The Parametric Space is the key highlight and appears as a

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THE ARCHITECTURE OF LONDON 2012: VISION>DESIGN>LEGACY

At first glance The Architecture of London 2012, by two of Britain’s most compelling and high-profile writers of the moment, Tom Dyckhoff and Claire Barrett, looks like some sort of Disneyland souvenir brochure. You tend to think: ‘Well, that’s nice.’

But to give it some credit, the book does offer a succinct, whistle-stop architectural tour around the Olympic Park and beyond. Presenting the Lower Lea Valley as a shrinking violet, the book examines a formidable balancing act: how do you transform a blighted and contaminated industrial landscape, complete with a cocktail of electricity pylons, factories and depots, into a successful

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Shaping dreams.

Today when the design of most offices is based on minimalism and functionality, Hablani Architects have redefined the workplace as a place that will induce maximum productivity. Their own office is a direct result of this mantra. Modernism and functional components mesh seamlessly with comfortable and comforting features to lend this space a sense of serenity and make for a relaxed state of mind.

Located in the busy Narayan Kothi Square, the four stored building, where the office occupies the top two floors, is placed on a triangular plot. A common lift and staircase lead you to the reception room,

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RETHINKING TYPOLOGIES: ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

Some of the most important pieces from the collection of the Institute’s Department of Architecture and Design are on display at this exhibition. These trace the evolution of basic everyday forms, from lighting and tableware through to modern houses and skyscrapers, documenting how historic innovations in modern architecture and design have become parts of contemporary life.

NATHALIE DECOSTER VARIOUS LOCATIONS & MACAU

After showcasing her works in Hong Kong’s public spaces, French sculptor Nathalie Decoster is taking over Macau’s public spaces to display more than 50 artworks ranging from bronze figures to geometrical iron structures around the Macao Museum of

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Rain & Window-pane

While studying architecture in Mumbai in the late 90’s, Upasana was introduced to film photography “I captured my first images with a Minolta 35mm SLR and also learnt to develop photo in a darkroom.” After moving to USA and being introduced to digital photography; Upasana did take a lot of photos during her travels but… “I drifted away from photography as a medium of visual narration. Then in 2009, while in Mumbai, I rediscovered photography through the photo walks I attended.”

For the Love of Monsoons

While growing up in Mumbai, I remember monsoons to be the most awaited season

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KEEP FOREVER

The architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown do not believe in the axiom «less is more». Their amazing house in Pennsylvania seemed to enjoy the beauty of the calls, rejecting stereotypes.

Spouses architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown are connected not only to the marriage bond, but also the general dislike of minimalism. The principle of Mies van der Rohe «less is more» always gave Robert a sarcastic grin. «Less is more boring», — he declared in defiance of the classics. Venturi grew up in a Quaker family — Representatives of the Protestant sect that preaches the ultimate

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Only the hard-core.

You have already met with desktop processors

Haswell. To be more precise, you’re met with notebook «stones» that give us for the desktop. I want to recall the relatively close times. Time, when Intel released its desktop solutions in favor of enthusiasts without any restrictions.

The Core 2 Duo E8600.

Rengun architecture processors are the first ICs Intel, made according to the 45-nanometer process technology. Concretely "Penrhyn"That appeared in the third quarter of 2008, we began to tick-processors, which run in with the help of new technologies and perform systematic preparation for the exit architecture Nehalem. However, as time has

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Creative problems of industrial architecture TODAY

I. NIKOLAEP.

Doctor of Architecture, corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Architecture

The continuous growth of material and cultural needs of the Soviet people makes all areas of architecture every year more and more demanding.

Before the industrial construction in the Soviet Union since the early days of Soviet power were set the task, it is fundamentally different from the objectives pursued by capitalist enterprises.

The very nature of capitalism, which exists only at the expense of surplus value, objectively pushes the owner of the plant as much as possible to reduce the wages of the worker, and the

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Against formalism in architectural practice and science

(at meetings of the full members, corresponding members and asset

USSR Academy of Architecture)

The focus throughout the architectural community matters now stand closer and more organic connection of architecture with the building industry. the fight against an abstract form creation. architectural extravagances.

These key problems of modern architecture and has recently been discussed in the USSR Academy of Architecture. He was devoted to a meeting of full members and corresponding members of the Academy, as well as meeting its asset scientists.

President of the USSR Academy of Architecture A. Mordvinians in his report at the meeting of the members

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We design control architecture SHAREPOINT

Management — an indispensable condition for the successful implementation of SharePoint. Without it, failure is inevitable, and many companies have learned this the hard way.

It is necessary to study the technology, which will manage; It can not be assigned to it tasks that it can not solve. In this article, we will focus on the technical side of management. In addition, we will answer some important questions.

-How, indeed, seems driven implementation of SharePoint?

-What is the physical and logical architecture of this implementation?

-How many farms, servers, web applications, content databases, site collections and sites available in the

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