Architecture

Tbilisi’s New Multifunctional Hostel Used to Be a Soviet Factory

Tbilisi’s New Multifunctional Hostel Used to Be a Soviet Factory

Built in a former Soviet factory, Fabrika is a multifunctional space that brings together a huge hostel, art studios, cafés, bars, encircling around a...

The 10 Coolest Bridges That Cross Borders

The 10 Coolest Bridges That Cross Borders

Who doesn’t like bridges? They’re so useful when it comes to cutting travel times or having to carry your car across water of course....

The Future of Construction: Mushroom Buildings

The Future of Construction: Mushroom Buildings

The future of construction is rotten. The process which has long been known to decompose and recycle organic matter may soon provide the building...

When Math Meets Music: Algorithm Creates an Incredible Concert Hall

When Math Meets Music: Algorithm Creates an Incredible Concert Hall

In the heart of Hamburg, Germany sits one of the most structurally interesting concert halls in the world – the Elbphilharmonie. Many consider it...

Stairs: From Religious Monuments to Modern Public Spaces

Stairs: From Religious Monuments to Modern Public Spaces

Although it is difficult to tell exactly when they were originated, it is believed that stairs first appeared, at least, during the Neolithic period. As their...

This 11-Story Building Can Produce More Energy Than It Consumes

This 11-Story Building Can Produce More Energy Than It Consumes

The man behind the first new office building in Norway that produces more energy than it consumes, is Emil Eriksrød – a young aspiring/inspiring...

A Copy of the Great Pyramid is Planned to be Built in 2025

A Copy of the Great Pyramid is Planned to be Built in 2025

To the west and south of modern Cairo, lies Giza in the vast desert. While Great Sphinx guards the plateau, massive pyramids of Khufu...

Roman Arch Bridges: How Much Weight Can They Hold?

Roman Arch Bridges: How Much Weight Can They Hold?

At the core of the Roman Empire was their engineering prowess, and most notable of all their infrastructure advances was the roman...

Future of Construction: Inflatable Concrete

Future of Construction: Inflatable Concrete

Researchers at  TU Wien University were able to develop a new system to create an inflatable concrete structure with much fewer resources than ever...

This Temple Still Astounds Archaeologists 12,000 Years Later

This Temple Still Astounds Archaeologists 12,000 Years Later

When it comes to the history of engineering, Gobeklitepe is one of the oldest miracles of humankind with its construction dating back to 12,000...