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Biophilia Design – a Guide to Natural Home Design Concepts

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In recent years, biophilia design has become a buzzword in the world of architecture and interior design. This specific design concept is all about connecting people with nature by incorporating natural elements into the design of a home. This has become increasingly popular as more people are seeking to bring the beauty and serenity of the natural world into their homes.

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Good Design in Architecture

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Architecture is an imaginative art associated with constructing and designing. Just as painting, dancing, or fashion design, it involves the entire process of building and planning – from conception to completion – including designing, assembling and servicing a project. It’s not a simple feat; being creative and patient are two…

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How to Future Proof Your Home

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Anyone who has been affected by the recent floods or other extreme weather events knows the importance of a well-designed home. More than ever, it’s increasingly important to design homes that can withstand severe weather conditions. Unfortunately, many traditional home designs are not suited well for heavy rains, winds, and…

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Sustainable Architecture Materials

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In recent years, there has been a growing trend towards more sustainable approaches to architecture and construction. This is driven by a number of factors, including the need to reduce our environmental impact and the availability of more sustainable architectural materials. Using recycled or reclaimed materials in building construction can…

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