PSL vs LVL

PSL vs LVL: Understand How They Are Different And Their BenefitsPSL vs LVL: Understand How They Are Different And Their Benefits

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Choosing the right timber for your project seems to be a challenging task but it is not really such a difficult choice, when you look for the options, you have to understand that there are no wrong options when you know your needs and resource availability clearly and precisely the


Glulam Vs LVL

Glulam vs LVL: Choosing the Best Timber for Your ProjectGlulam vs LVL: Choosing the Best Timber for Your Project

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Building a structure requires informed decision and thus it is important to understand the components one is going to use for building. Wood is a convenient and popular choice in architecture given its strength, availability and versatile nature. Moreover, it also gives an aesthetic appeal to the whole architecture standing.


Chidambaram House

Chidambaram House – The 8th ExtensionChidambaram House – The 8th Extension

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Chidambaram House, originally the family home of the renowned classical dancer/activist Mrinalini Sarabhai and Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, a distinguished physicist, holds historical significance. It sits on a raised area overlooking the Sabarmati River, boasting a scenic garden. Designed by architect Gira Sarabhai in 1952, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s style,


Jesse Duplantis House

Jesse Duplantis House: Enter into the KingdomJesse Duplantis House: Enter into the Kingdom

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The one who serves God leads life in his glory. A very personified meaning of this quote is Pastor Jesse Duplantis. He is an American preacher from the Christian Evangelical Charismatic movement. He is based in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., and the founder of Jesse Duplantis Ministries(JDM) headquartered in America


Trevor Lawrence House

Trevor Lawrence House : HOME OF LAVISH AND GRANDEURTrevor Lawrence House : HOME OF LAVISH AND GRANDEUR

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Learning about the luxury of successful persons evokes desires in us to attain a similar lifestyle, this leads us to the feeling of motivation to work harder in life and strive for better things. Right?? Ofcouse, who doesn’t like that kind of luxurious life!!  So let’s discuss about Trevor Lawrence’s


Modern Tudor Architecture

Modern Tudor Architecture: A timeless mix of tradition and innovationModern Tudor Architecture: A timeless mix of tradition and innovation

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Not many of us know about Tudor Architecture. This is another style of the USA architecture of the late 19th century that is still popular nowadays. It is known for its particular half-timbered framing, high-pitched roofs, cross gables and slender windows. Today’s Tudor Revival homes often feature renovation to incorporate


How long does it take to become an architect

How Long Does It Take To Become An Architect?How Long Does It Take To Become An Architect?

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Do you want to become an Architecture?? The career path in becoming an architect is gratifying yet challenging, and it requires devotion, creative genius and technical expertise. Architects are very important in coming up with functional and beautiful structures as well as structures that are environment-friendly. It takes a different


Eco-Brutalism Architecture

Eco-Brutalism Architecture: Sustainable Architecture for the FutureEco-Brutalism Architecture: Sustainable Architecture for the Future

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Did you know that Brutalism refers to an architectural style which came to being in the mid-20th century. This style features concrete surfaces without any finishing touches with geometric shapes. Brutalism design has received both criticism and praise for its tough aesthetics. It is also admired for its honesty and


Soviet Brutalist Architecture

Soviet Brutalist Architecture: A Legacy of Concrete ModernismSoviet Brutalist Architecture: A Legacy of Concrete Modernism

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The brutalist architecture is a style of architecture that became popular between the 1950s and the 1960s. It was an answer to more traditional and ornate styles of architecture, which were popular previously. The brutalist architecture was therefore seen by the Soviets as a representation of the strength and modernity