Works of art are the perfect sources of knowledge about what everyday life was like: how people have dressed, where they lived and what was a sign of prestige. Thanks to photography, we are now able to document our everyday life in a very realistic way (unless we overdo it with Instagram filters). However, a few hundred years ago, the only way to capture a person's appearance was painting.
Because of the pandemic, this year's holiday looks completely different than before. More and more people are dreaming about a small house on the plot that would allow them to spend time in the bosom of nature without having to travel far.
After lockdown, the world is slowly coming back to normal. It is not known, however, whether a repetition of spring home quarantine is ahead of us this autumn, all the more so because there are still many countries in which the situation still has not returned to normal. The coronavirus epidemic has certainly had and will have a huge impact on our everyday lives, it has also caused the deaths of 571,000 people around the world.
The coronavirus outbreak certainly had a big impact on our sense of security. It turned out that just in a few days the world can change radically. Although for now it seems that the situation is quite controlled, it is difficult to predict what awaits us in 2020.
Designing buildings in beautiful surroundings is not only pleasure, but also a big responsibility. Architects must ensure that the body is not only pretty, but also blends in perfectly with the surroundings.
A small house outside the city is still one of the best ideas to spend a weekend in nature. The houses produced by the French company Lumicene not only contain all the necessary comforts, but also fit into almost any environment.
This amazing home designed by TW Ryan Architecture is located in Charlottesville, near the Shenandoah Mountains. The raw and minimalist shape of the building was to refer to the surroundings and its history.
After the coronavirus epidemic, we are slowly returning to normal - from May 18, restaurant visits will also be possible. Although unfortunately travel is currently excluded, this restaurant is definitely a place worth visiting after the epidemic!
Sawmill Market is an unusual market located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Islyn Studio in New York has transformed an old magazine into a modern culinary laboratory dedicated to the culture of New Mexico.
Lush, Taiwanese green, blue sky, sounds of nature - it is certainly the perfect environment for spring walks. And if you need a moment of relaxation while hiking, this pavilion is the perfect place to take a rest!
Because of the coronavirus epidemic, most of us had to forget about traveling. We miss not only days spent on the beach, but also sightseeing. In the end, travel educates, and no photo can replace seeing something personally.
The architects from the Foster + Partners studio published a series of paper challenges for the youngest on their website. All you need is a little paper, a few crayons and a lot of creativity to create your dream paper city.