Kitchen Case Study: Tips and Products that Can Bring Your Design to the Next Level

Kitchens for Living

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Kitchen Design Case Study: Awkward Angles

Kitchens for Living

The post Kitchen Design Case Study: Awkward Angles appeared first on Artful Kitchens. Every time I think I’ve seen it all I’m challenged to create a kitchen design that seems impossible! Such is the case with this recent project. This home is located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and features not only a stunning view but also the strangest shaped kitchen! Sometimes I wonder what architects are thinking. […] Read more.

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Back to School Homework and Study Space Ideas You Will Love

Trendir Magazine

As kids are getting back to school it may be time to upgrade their homework and study space. It is likewise an excellent way of getting your kids excited about having a new space where it is solely dedicated for homework and study purposes.

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Study Provides Insight into 'Woodquakes'

The A to Z of Building

The structural properties of brittle materials like rock or ceramic, such as cracking under stress, have long been studied in detail, providing insight into avalanches, earthquakes and landslides

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Harvard’s Ceramic Program presents an exposition of their projects

Tile of Spain USA

Blog ASCER Ceramic Studies Department exhibit GSD Harvard‘Formations in Ceramic Material ‘ showcases the work of students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design , which has used the Ceramic Program as a place to experiment since the last semester of 2015.

Latest Study Transforms Rammed Earth Construction

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A building technique as old as dirt is being re-tested as a ‘new’ and feasible modern construction material. Compressed soil, also called rammed earth, is a construction technique that

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30 Back-to-School Homework Spaces and Study Room Ideas You’ll Love

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

If you’re having trouble getting your kids to do homework, check out these cool study room ideas. Maybe all you need to kick-start your kid’s study habits is a change of scenery!

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Architecture Student Study Abroad Bag

Life of an Architect

Kyle is from Carlsbad, California where he attends California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, but was studying abroad at the CalPoly Firenze campus at the time he submitted his bag to me.

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Study: Quartz-Surface Annual Growth of 4.5%

Stone Update

Rate will more than double that of total countertop trade, says Freedonia Group. Featured Latest News

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Study Reveals Importance of Dynamic Solar Shading for Window Design

The A to Z of Building

A team of researchers have created a tool that reduces heat loss from windows on nZEBs. The tool is easily accessible to architects and was developed whilst the researchers were examining the

Creating Children’s Bedrooms

JG Kitchens

Uncategorized art bedroom beds crafts creative desk homework kidsroom maps piggybanks play reading sleep storage studyGrowing up in Brooklyn, NY, my bedroom was my sanctuary. As a little girl, I had a red and white canopy bed that my father built for me.

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Modern Patio House in Brazil Is a Study in Contrasts

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

The Patio House serves as a study in contrasts: simple yet interesting, functional yet stylish, modern yet warm. Photography by Edgard Caesar] The post Modern Patio House in Brazil Is a Study in Contrasts appeared first on Freshome.com.

Be Careful With Tile Patterns | Confessions Of A Tile Setter

How to Floor Tile

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Study Shows Improved Building Efficiency Leads to Better Health

The A to Z of Building

Houses are meant to be a shelter from the outside world. But how true is this old adage ‘Home sweet home’ when it comes to the health of homes in Europe? These days most of

Defining a Style Series: What Is Art Deco Design? A Study in Opulence

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Art Deco design is a study in opulence. A Study in Opulence appeared first on Freshome.com. Image: HoneyBee Interiors Shop a similar look: Ottoman | Mirror | Side Table Are you a big fan of “The Great Gatsby”?

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Case Study: Fabricator continues pattern of investment - Stone World

Stone World

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Study: Continued Countertop Growth Worldwide

Stone Update

New analysis shows 4.2% annual rise through 2018; North American yearly demand to grow 3.4%. Featured Latest News

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Bathroom Remodel Trends: A Houzz Study

The Tile Doctor

Thinking about upgrading your bathroom? You’re not alone! A recent survey of over 7,000 homeowners, from Houzz discusses the trends and motivations for redoing a bathroom. The answers might surprise you.

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New Study Shows that Brick with CMU Costs Less than Other Common Commercial Exteriors

The A to Z of Building

A new study comparing the construction costs of brick buildings to five common exteriors shows that brick with CMU costs less than precast concrete, metal panel curtain wall and glass panel curtain

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Study Finds Corrosive Seawater Promotes Growth of Rare Minerals

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Around A.D. 79, in his book ‘Naturalis Historia’ Roman Author Pliny the Elder wrote that concrete structures in harbors, unprotected against the constant assault of the saltwater waves, become “a

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Bathrooms Affect Retail Experience Say Studies

Flooring the Consumer

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Remodel of 1980s Home in Perth Is a Study in Contrasts

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Photography by Joel Barbitta ] The post Remodel of 1980s Home in Perth Is a Study in Contrasts appeared first on Freshome.com. The creative team at Hillam Architects took on the challenge of upgrading a 1980s-era home in Perth, Australia.

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MIA+BSI 2016 Study Tour: Autumn in Vermont

Stone Update

The Sept. 18-20 event includes quarry tours and plenty of the state’s fall foliage. Featured Associations News

Study Assesses Environmental Consequences of Sustainable Rooftop Technologies

The A to Z of Building

Sustainable rooftop technologies—including green roofs, white roofs, and solar photovoltaic panels—can provide great environmental benefits, but studies of these technologies often look

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Study Reveals Using Green, Cool Roofs Could Mitigate Urban Heat Island Effects

The A to Z of Building

More than 50 percent of today’s population lives in cities. According to the United Nations Development Programme, that number is predicted to rise to 70 percent by 2050. Growing urbanization

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Study Quantifies Value of BIM for Complex Construction Projects

The A to Z of Building

Complex construction projects such as hospitals, laboratories, airports and high-tech manufacturing have the greatest risk for costly problems, but a new study by Dodge Data & Analytics, conducted

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New Study Finds Potential for Thermally Upgrading Suspended Timber Ground Floors

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New research reveals the actual heat loss from suspended timber ground floors might be nearly twice that of previous estimates and the potential for thermally upgrading such floors is much greater

New MIT Study Reaffirms Importance of Using Durable Materials in Construction

The A to Z of Building

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has released a new study entitled "A Break-Even Hazard Mitigation Metric" that reaffirms the importance of utilizing durable materials in

Comprehensive Study on the US Window and Door Industry

The A to Z of Building

This comprehensive study examines the US window and door industry by material, product, market, and geographic region. Products include windows, doors, and such other items as frames, sashes, curtain

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BSI/MIA Washington Study Tour Set for November

Stone Update

Three-day event in Nation’s Capital includes tours, interactive presentations; precedes Greenbuild Expo. Featured Associations News

New Study Findings Reveal Several Widespread Performance Issues Faced by Building Owners

The A to Z of Building

A new study entitled "Optimizing the Owner Organization: The Impact of Policies and Practices on Performance" has recently been published by Dodge Data & Analytics as part of its

Architectural Sketches – Sketchapalooza II

Life of an Architect

Sketching, despite my obvious lack of artistic talent, works for me when I am trying to study form, mass, scale, and proportion, in a very fast and effective manner. This is another one of those roof study and massing sketches.

EllisDon Collaborates with Research Teams during Self-Consolidating Concrete Under Pressure Study

The A to Z of Building

EllisDon's Construction Sciences Department, has garnered new attention by collaborating with research teams during SCC Under Pressure, a study on the effects of formwork pressure when using

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Study Results Help Design Possible Restoration Strategies for Buildings Close to Sea

The A to Z of Building

The University of the Basque Country’s (UPV/EHU) IBeA research group has studied by means of various analytical tools the influence that may be exerted by various marine and urban-industrial

New Parcel Map Study on Earthquake in Las Vegas Area Could Lower Construction Costs

The A to Z of Building

Results of a massive new project to map and classify the earthquake shaking potential across most of the Las Vegas metropolitan area will help developers there build in safer and less expensive ways

French School of Asian Studies Utilizes Electronically Tintable SageGlass to Protect Rare Books

The A to Z of Building

The École Française d'Extrême-Orient (EFEO) in Kyoto, Japan, also known as the French School of Asian Studies, is using electronically tintable SageGlass® from Saint-Gobain to

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Wayne State Researchers Study Impact of Sustainability Initiatives in Detroit’s New Center District

The A to Z of Building

Detroit’s abandoned buildings and blighted neighborhoods have captured the attention of news media, artists, photographers, videographers and curious tourists for decades. National and

Jacobs Part of Consortium to Deliver Study for Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High Speed Rail Project

The A to Z of Building

announced that it is part of a consortium led by professional services firm KPMG that has delivered a study for the Singapore Government comprising possible financing and Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

Researchers Study How Destructive Factors Impact Painted Building Walls

The A to Z of Building

Scientist at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania, dr. Ruta Miniotaite has made series of investigations on how various destructive factors affect painted building walls. According to

Endicott College Receives Grant to Study Feasibility of Constructing Zero Net Energy Building

The A to Z of Building

Endicott College is proud to announce it has been awarded $24,500 by the state to study the feasibility of designing and building a zero net energy building (ZNEB) on its campus in Beverly, Mass.

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