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Tour the World with Our Favorite Past and Present Architecture Exhibitions

United States   Snarkitecture’s Fun House – Washington DC   The National Building Museum in Washington DC recently hosted Snarkitecture’s debut comprehensive museum exhibition, Fun House. Attendees experienced an abstract rendering of a traditional home inside a freestanding structure. Visitors were welcome to wander the rooms of the monochrome, white home which was surrounded by […]

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Architect Renzo Piano is a Master of Light and Landscape

Renzo Piano is a Pritzker Prize winning architect well known for his futuristic public spaces. Piano has mastered the art of adapting to the need and context of any space and with work ranging from museums to sports stadiums to courthouses, he doesn’t limit himself to a certain type of project. He believes that light […]

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Portella’s 15 Favorite Tips for Architectural Photographers

The old saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words” has never been truer. We live in a visual society where photos take precedence over words. But because of the onslaught of images people are exposed to everyday, it’s even more important to make sure your architectural photos stand out. Taking intriguing photos doesn’t require […]

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Portella’s 5 Favorite Trends in Architecture

1. Greenspace & Nature-inclusive Projects Architecture has always been concerned with nature. Either how to oppose it, and jut out from the earth, or how to blend in and be inspired by the natural world. As cities grow and edge out the natural world, there has been a push to bring nature inside, and make […]

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