Architecture

Cute Country Cottages

by J.M. on May 15, 2012 · 1 comment

There’s something simple yet elegant about country cottages. Maybe it’s the tranquility of small town and country living. Or perhaps it’s the bit of history many country cottages share. No matter what it is that makes the country [...]

Tunnel Vision

by J.M. on May 4, 2012 · 2 comments

I love tunnels. There’s just something about that narrow vision that piques my interest. It probably has something to do with the mystery of it. You’re trapped almost, and you only have two ways out — in front [...]

Intriguing City Landscapes

by Hasan on February 3, 2011 · 0 comments

Everything feels so fast in a city. Time just seems to fly by. But what if you could hit a “pause” button and capture a glimpse of city life, peaceful and quiet and calm? What if you could [...]

The Ruined Beauty Of The Past

by Hasan on December 18, 2010 · 2 comments

We just don’t make things like we used to. And sometimes the only glimpses we still have into ages when beautiful architecture ran rampant are through ruins. But don’t let that word fool you. “Ruined” or not, you [...]

One needs plenty of documents and money to get the construction approved. You need plenty of smart people to create the plan, schedule the work and organize everyone.

And when at the end you see such a fail, [...]