COMPETITION: Revitalization of the stadium "Spartak" in the historical center of Yaroslavl (UNESCO Zone). The official competition of the Yaroslavl International Architecture Biennale.
Goals and objectives:
Formation of a closed space for exhibitions, festivals, fairs. Creation of a new pavilion type in the historic center of the city of Yaroslavl, on the site of the old ravine (protected…Continue
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The Festival of architecture ’Social revolution’ announces the international competition ’PARK’ing’: for making up the design of the urban ecological object.
Modern city in the magnitude of it’s tasks usually forgets about the human and his essential need in privacy and comfort, his desire of harmony.
We compete with cars, highways, shopping centers, with each other to find our area for the rest, for a place to ’park.’…Continue
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I like the use of the wall space at the 'Book Tower House', but not the execution. The space at the 'Wade Davis Writing Studio' is appealing, but the ladder is impractical.
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The competition consists of two parts: a conceptual and practical, the best project will be realized.
PLACE: Yaroslavl, Russia
DEADLINE: April, 10, 2013
CONSTRUCTION: May-June, 2013. CONSTRUCTION BUDGET: €10 000
MORE INFO: Architecture and Food website
Taste in architecture is like the taste of…Continue
I rescue after many years photographs from my first architecture design. It was a house in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. A play between open and close spaces, dark and light.A long wall you can see from the beginning to the end and going throuhg the house.…Continue
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Rome is a site of architectural pilgrimage. After touring the great houses of England this summer, the mother city of English neoclassicism feels like home, only bigger and better. Since reading Prometheus Unbound, which Shelley wrote in the ruins of the Terme di Caracalla, I have wanted to revisit the…Continue
Added by Elizabeth on November 6, 2012 at 6:30am — No Comments
Ever wonder why we are forced to drive everywhere, everyday for everything? What about issues of energy, oil, mobility, community, economy? The InterUrban streetcar, was and IS such an unthreatening, economical and humane way to get around. Owning a car typically costs an average person $9,000 annually. Multiply that times the millions who are dependent on the automobile. Think about it. The beloved car has become an economic liability.…Continue
The future is the new present. As recent as last week a friend and I were discussing an augmented reality application for marketing. This conversation took us to brainstorm about the potential of making items interactive inside Google Virtual Tours. Just imagine to zoom in Cyrus Co. Virtual Tour, hover your mouse over the football game table - or any other item - and have information…Continue
We are constantly confronted with overloads of information and decisions to make. "You and I exist in an extraordinary complicated stimulus environment, easily the most rapidly moving and complex that has ever existed on this planet. To deal with it, we need shortcuts." *
Google Virtual Tours are truthful portraits of business properties, shortcuts to experience business…Continue
The last couple months have been very busy, the demand for Google Virtual Tours is on the rise and we love it. During this time I have also taken time to post about the jobs we are working on and my insights about this novel marketing tool. These are the posts you might have…Continue
Street View Technology is a key differentiator between Google Maps and other services. This year Google expanded the service to include Interior Views. Interior Virtual Tours allow business owners to engage customers like never before. This new marketing tool is unique in the…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on September 24, 2012 at 3:20pm — No Comments
I have posted new photos taken in Berlin this summer. What an inspiring environment! Give feedback here when you'd like, thank you.
Added by Jerome Bertrand on September 13, 2012 at 5:37pm — No Comments
(This blog is under continuous development.)
The CONCEPT is the most difficult step in the design process. The “CONCEP” will guide…
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Highrises in Pirot
Pirot is a really…Continue
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It’s mind boggling to look back a few years and think of the changes that new technologies have propelled in such a short period of time. Honestly, back in 2007 when MyarchN was launched, I didn’t understand the repercussions that social media was going to have on businesses. These changes have taken place…Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on September 13, 2012 at 3:23pm — No Comments
In 2010 tourists in New York city spent 31 billion dollars reaching a record of 49.7 million visitors. Today, Google Maps dominates a whopping 78% of the travel-related usage on mobile, the undisputed travel…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on September 13, 2012 at 2:19pm — No Comments
Why pay attention to Google+ Local? If you are a business owner, manager or marketing guru, most probably know why Google+ Local is important. It’s the place for businesses to bring together professional…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on September 5, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Photographer: Rafael Marxuach
How important is…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on August 27, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Photographer: Rafael Marxuach . Copyright: Jean Claude
This week I'm featuring the…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on August 18, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I got news! Create a unique visual experience for your business. A few weeks ago we started providing a new service - MyarchN Business Photos. A service under the Google Maps | Business Photos program to provide businesses in New York and the tri-state area with Virtual Tours. Following is the Virtual Tour we created for…Continue
Added by Rafael Marxuach on August 12, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments