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The Lobby of Squares

The lobby was narrow. And double – heighted. It came with a bridge and a skylight. It was in desperate need of design aid, to tie in all these elements together. My initial thoughts went towards wrought iron, where slight embellishment under the bridge, as well as on the stair railing would

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Cafés

The city of Istanbul introduced the first coffee house to the world, a citizen from Aleppo named Hakam and fellow named Shams from Damascus were the pioneers of the first coffee shop where they began to purvey coffee. Soon the word spread and holy places like Mecca also began serving coffee but the

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The Iron that is Wrought

Wrought iron is perhaps one of the most versatile (and my all-time favorite) design elements. It can be used in contemporary settings (less curls and frill) or grand art nouveau interiors (more frill please). It adds character to a space, probably because it has been through so much itself. Wroug

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Gates gone Groovy

When most people think about a gorgeous house, basking in its glory, they probably picture a stunning elevation with large glass windows and tasteful embellishment of wood or stone. Perhaps they think of the landscape, with its sprawling lawns and flowering trees. But does anyone think about the

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Playing with Nature

Nature has always been a source of inspiration, fascination and perfection. From clothes to accessories every designer has produced a collection worth a thousand words.Architects in Pakistan are no less when it comes to nature and they hold the key to bring you as close to nature as you possibly ca

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Architectural Era’s

An Architectural era can be defined as a specific method of construction used at that time and age. This can also be characterized by the features or trademarks used, the style can be popular of the materials used or the theme that has been used. Over centuries the world has come across many archi

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Vernacular Architecture

Vernacular is derived from Latin word vernaculus, which means “domestic, native, and indigenous”. In architecture it means a building that is origin of a specific time or place; it has not been inspired, copied or imported from anywhere. This practice is mostly used for residential buildings.

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Arches

Arches have been significant throughout history with their ability to hold tension in the structures as well as providing beauty to the building. They have been dated as far back as 200 A.D and there on wards have been used throughout different times and eras. From wood to stone, arches have graced

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In-Direct Lighting

For each one of us Light has a different effect and holds a completely different meaning, while some prefer big sources of light around them some prefer it mellow. To some sun is the best source to have light and for some staying behind the curtains is. But we all need light like a necessity and wit

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Fireplaces that are Really on Fire

Gone are the days when pits of fire were created to heat up our homes, our food and…ourselves. Now with central heating, global warming and insulation the need for actual fire to heat up the indoors has reduced. Fireplaces have shed their unglamorous past involving soot, smoke and wood chips, to b

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