As we wind up on our Historical series in architecture, we crown it all with the modernism that captivates our eyes every single day. From the Burj Khalifas to the Eiffel tower, Jimmy takes us through this very important architectural style.
Government institutes, Legislative assemblies and Public service buildings. These have all been inspired by the Neoclassical style of architecture. This style takes a shift from church and the palace. Read on…
Baroque architecture is the building style of the Baroque era, which began in the late 16th century in Italy. As Jimmy describes it, it involves a play of tectonic and decorative elements with little relation to structure and function. Read on and get inspired.
Colour is the single most important element of any interior space. Thankfully, it can also be one of the easiest elements to change. One simple way to use color is to decorate with a monochromatic color scheme. A monochromatic colour scheme is basically using only one colour in varying shades. See how Ray takes us through this style by style.
Continuing with our historical series, we now look at the Renaissance Architecture, a combination of ancient Greece and Rome.
On our historical series today, Jimmy takes us through how medieval architecture has inspired modern spaces. Interesting fact, it hails a lot from church designs.
Teachers have the best way in instilling order and beauty within the classroom. If you happen to be a teacher and want a smooth sailing lesson with the kids, here are some ideas you can organize with the school to create that beautiful peaceful environment.
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