Leveraging accessibility to create a flowing composition. This is how we did it…
Exterior Atrium: Besides the banners, each wire figure surrounding the auditorium takes on the shape of a traditional bread stove…
I’m not sure how to approach this topic, because I really don’t have any proof of what I’m about to suggest, but suffice it to say that I believe that if an urban environment, home, or any place embodies a bad vibe, that it will more likely induce criminal acts.
hierarchy |ˈhī(ə)ˌrärkē|noun ( pl. -chies)a system or organization in which people or groups are ranked one above the other according to status or authority. Continue reading “Making Townhouse Spaces the Right Size-Hierarchy!”
Our cultural center composition takes advantage of this unique hill-top peninsula overlooking the Bamiyan valley below by affording every interior space a view…
Continue reading “[architecture] Afghan Cultural Centre 4/24”
One human standing on this earth can change the world.
Together, we can change everything for the better of all.
The site location: With a commanding peninsula overlooking the entire valley, this site lends itself to making the most of these spectacular views… Continue reading “[architecture] Afghan Cultural Centre 1/24”
For some 17 years we’ve been building our own websites at SimpleTwig. One of our first websites had a simple roll-over buttons, a very cool feature in the late 1990’s.
It’s simple, you are here, and let me be the first, after perhaps your family to say “welcome to life.” Yes, you. That person sitting there reading this blog post. You belong to the greatest thing in the universe, yes you. You, along with every other citizen, are playing an important role in helping humanity learn about who we are, where they are, and how we belong to this greatness we call life. Continue reading “Welcome to Life”
In order to be a great Architect, the individual needs to know how to draw. But it isn’t just that one can put a pencil down on paper, what an ability to drawing represents is that the individual knows how to see. Yes, see. Continue reading “To be a great architect… you must be able to draw.”
Each new thing a person learns is one block in their own Pyramid of Knowledge. That is, when they learn about how to cross a street, they’ve earned one block. Every block builds upon another and is reinforced over time. Without this core knowledge continual reinforcement one’s pyramid can crumble. Continue reading “Pyramid of Knowledge, An Attitude Approach to Learning”