How can a simple looking trellis actually be so complicated? When it’s done right, even the most complicated of problems looks simple but don’t be fooled – a lot of time, energy, and creative problem solving went into the design of this steel trellis.
Progress is coming along on the Cottonwood modern residence – today we take a look at the structural pool, mahogany soffits, and a few other items of interest.
Sometimes the best laid plans don’t work out – even when you have a good reason for every decision, you just don’t get it right.
I fully expect to have some people disagree with me today, even go so far as to unsubscribe to my site because this is the post that they finally decide that I am truly an idiot.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, it doesn’t count if it doesn’t get built. Projects that for one reason or another got put in the drawer only to never see the light of day again. I call these “dead projects.”
The Top Architectural Blog Sites in the World! That sounds pretty important doesn’t it? At the very least it sounds comprehensive … it suggests an extensive and exhaustive collection of the best architecturally themed websites in the world.
The “licensed authentic vs. reproduction” argument is super old but what happens when we broaden this argument to other things – like the houses we design?
Scott Taylor designs his second playhouse for Dallas CASA Parade of Playhouses – the War House. Despite the name, boys and girls could have fun with this playhouse
It’s that time again – the 2013 eVolo Skyscraper Design Competition. To get you excited and ready to go, here is a look at the top 13 entries from 2012
This is the subject for today – a modern trellis, although more accurately described as a brise-soleil … a permanent vertical or horizontal sun shading device.