Dynamic Architecture

This video represents the Dynamic Architecture Building designed by David Fisher. The building will keep on changing its shape and will be in constant motion. Moreover, it has a tendency to generate its own electric energy. It’s a total blend of Art, Architecture and Engineering.

Importance of Bye-Laws

The Building Byelaws are defined as the standards & specifications designed to grant minimum safeguards to the workers during construction, to the health & comfort of the users & to provide enough safety to the public in general. The regulation set out the basic requirements to be observed in the of  design and construction of … Continue reading

Burj Khalifa

Here is a short article which discusses about the glasses used in Burj Khalifa for solar and thermal control. http://www.glazette.com/solar-&-thermal-control-glasses-in-burj-khalifa-194.html

World’s Tallest Building – Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa is the tallest building ever existing on the Earth having a height of 828m (2717 ft). The construction of this tallest skyscraper started on 21st September, 2004 and got complete on 1st October, 2009.

How to design like an Architect

Hello everyone, I came across this very interesting video on youtube which titles – “How to design like an Architect. “. It explains about how an architect starts to think about a project and how the design is formulated on a piece of paper. Just go through it and i hope you will also like … Continue reading

Contracts and Tenders

When two or more persons have common intention communicated to each other to create same obligation between them there is said to be an agreement. An agreement which is enforceable by law is a Contract. A Tenders is called upon for executing certain specified work, or supplying specified materials; subjected to certain terms and conditions … Continue reading