Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Eco-Friendly Interior Design by KAA Design Group

This Eco-friendly house designed by KAA Design Group in Manhatan, the house is very comfortable and beautiful and plesant. The house exterior is a combination of aesthetics with a full interior wood, concrete and glass, the House has done in a way friendly environment for all heating and cooling elements.


Sozawe, Eco-Friendly Office by NL Architects

Located in Groningen, the NL architects SOZAWE will be home to office spaces, a large interior public space and 215 parking spaces.
The concrete floor of the building will act as a thermal mass to keep the building cool during summer and warm during the cooler winter months. The fa├žade of the building is designed to maximize natural lighting, which reduces the overall energy consumption of the building.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011


Since 2006, honey bee populations have been in precipitous decline, with some estimates suggesting losses as high as 30% per year.1 While that's terrible, the problem is far greater than just the destruction of a species. Without bees, a big piece of our food supply is in serious danger. Pollination by honey bees is key in cultivating the crops that produce a full one-third of our food.

Bling bling architecture: Iconic buildings to remake Kuwait

The Eiffel Tower, the Sydney Opera House, the Flatiron Building, London Bridge and Big Ben, Malaysia's Petronas Towers and the Bilbao Guggenheim all share one thing in common. They are the world's most iconic architectural wonders.
The Kuwait Towers is the country's current icon of record. Architecturally speaking, the most recognized and awe-inspiring of icons in the Middle East is the recently built Burj Al-Arab in Dubai.

The Burj Al-Arab is a case in point. The tallest hotel in the world, built on its own island in the Gulf just off the coast of Dubai.