There is a new school of architecture in Naples called “Building Beauty,” run by disciples of the former Berkeley professor Christopher Alexander. The name contains a deliberate reference to a word seldom used by establishment architects today—a word that Alexander believes embodies the natural order of things.
WA Awards for Chinese Architecture (WAACA) was established by World Architecture magazine in 2002, and was awarded biennially. The mission of WAACA is to encourage and introduce completed works addressing the national conditions of China with innovative values. It aims at enlivening the academic atmosphere of Chinese architectural community, promoting the prosperity of Chinese architectural design, enhancing the quality of Chinese architecture, contributing to the public understanding and recognition of architectural industry in China, and introducing Chinese architects and architectures to the world.
In 2014, the seventh cycle of WA Awards for Chinese Architecture expanded to a larger range, with increased the categories of the awards, and identifying more clearly the value appeal of each award. By encouraging more types of projects to participate in the selection, WAACA intends to introduce more outstanding Chinese architectural works to the Chinese society and the world.
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- Architects: Brett Mahon
- Location: Rijeka, Croatia
- Category: Landscape Architecture
- Design Collaboration: Brett Mahon, Joonas Parviainen, Saagar Tulshan, Shreyansh Sett
- Tutors: Brett Mahon (Nothern ireland), Joonas Parviainen (Finland) , Saagar Tulshan (India), Shreyansh Sett (india) , Vanja Borovic (Croatia)
- Participants : Ana Mateos, Anna Opitz, Anton Fedin, Ásta María Thorsteinsdóttir, Ayşe Tuğçe Pınar, Birgit Fløystad, Caro Andrade, Ciaran Magee, Chloë Reyda, Felic Micallef, Gleb Rudenya, Glenn McNamara, Gustavs Grasis, Ilia Bebi, Joanna Lewanska, Julia Triches, Julien Hermant, Klemen Mraz, Mattea Fenech, Samúel Aron Laufdal Guðlaugsson, Sebastian Bidault, Simona Svitkova, Tadhg Spain
- Clients: European Association of Architects
- Area: 110.0 m2
- Project Year: 2018
- Photographs: Rahul Palagani
- Architects: XAA
- Location: South end of Rongling Avenue, Jinghong city, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan, China
- Category: Cultural Center
- Lead Architects: Tao Zhan
- Design Team: Wang Tian, Mengyu Wang, Chao Wu
- Area: 1100.0 m2
- Project Year: 2018
- Photographs: Changheng Zhan, enjoydesign, Chao Wu, GAIA.DESIGN
This really depends on the circumstances, if you have found active pests on your property in which case you would need to call a pest controller out immediately regardless of what time of year it was.If you have a regular pest control services you likely have the benefit of continuous protection and do not have the need to treat for any pests during the seasons when theyare typically most active.
Today we’re speaking with Danny from Pest-Ex Pest Control who has been providing pest control services for more than 10 years right across South East Queensland.
Based on many years of experience in completing thousands of pest control treatments you become familiar with seasonal pest patterns and trends, so we typically see an increase in pest activity when temperatures and humidity start to rise. Depending on where in Australia you live June through to August are cooler and pests will lay dormant over these months and be less active.
So, while we cannot say there is an ideal time of year to conduct a pest inspection there is huge value in scheduling standard pest control treatment services throughout the year as part of a prevention and management plan.
Protection throughout the Year Involves 3 Stages of Treatments
Pest control treatments work in 3 stages and when they are implemented at certain times of the year it results in effective and long-lasting pest control results.
- Architects: VACO Design
- Location: Thảo Điền, Vietnam
- Category: Houses
- Lead Architects: Do Quoc Hiep
- Design Team: Le Dinh Trung Quan, Vo Truong Giang, Vo Ksor Y Nhat, Vu Anh Tuan
- Project Manager: Do Trung Chau
- Structural Engineer: Nguyen Huu Tuan
- Area: 1083.0 m2
- Project Year: 2018
- Photographs: Quang Dam
When decorating their homes, many people tend to leave the outdoors area for last, often forgetting about the importance it has on the whole image of the house. Think of it as your house’s business card, as it is the first thing people see when they come to visit. From the plants to furniture and interesting front door signs like the ones at https://www.signomatic.com.au/, everything needs to be in harmony with the interior of your house, to build a cohesive aesthetic.
Décor experts say that your garden should be well-thought, but should not look like it’s been too groomed, to avoid losing the “home-sweet-home” feeling. Here are some things to keep in mind when planning the outdoors area:Theme