Imagine yourself entering to a supermarket where no endless, distracting bright colourful and packed shelves are found. Instead, imagine a relaxed, neutral space with a pleasant atmosphere that allows you to enjoy the shopping experience. Have you succeeded? If it’s difficult, pictures of Original unverpackt grocery store can help you. It opened in Berlin one […]Read More Back to basics. Waste-free shopping.
“Architects are spending one out of every six minutes online using social media” according to sources like PRweb.com Well, actually a lot of people nowadays is spending more and more minutes every day to social media, so why architects shouldn’t? Their public and young staff is all using social media and they know that it […]Read More Architecture Instagramers
Some time ago, I read the book “Where good ideas come from. The natural history of innovation” from the American writer Steven Johnson. The main theme of this book is to explore how ideas emerge. It’s really interesting and I spent a good time reading it. Johnson has the ability to integrate a lot of […]Read More Innovation, crowdsourcing and sustainability
I have to admit it. I am an avid reader and fan of Sherlock Holmes. I have read all the stories of Arthur Conan Doyle and I re-read them whenever I can. But I must confess that I had never watched a movie or TV series about the character. However, I could not resist watching […]Read More Sherlock updated! Using Internet and Social Media
Today I’ve decided to write about a wonderful documentary I watched some months ago. How much does your building weigh, Mr. Foster? is about the life and career of one of the most famous architects of the century, Norman Foster. The first time I watched it, was in the Verdi Cinema in Barcelona, and had […]Read More How much does your building weigh, Mr.Foster?