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Save Dunelm House in Durham

Commonly known as the Durham Students’ Union, Dunelm House in Durham UK is facing a very bleak future. The Dept. for Culture Media and Sports (DCMS) told the Architect’s Newspaper (AN) that Secretary of State Karen Bradley has been approached to issue a Certificate of Immunity from Listing (COI). This is a campaign to save […]

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Art Nouveau Style Architecture

The Origins of Architectural Designs

Architecture has always been the designing of structures dominated by their time in history.  Whether in present times or 2,000 years ago, architects defined their creativity in ways that would be appealing to the populace, religious influences, and cultures.  Architecture influences future designs that will incorporate portions from past designs while forming structures that are […]

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5 Incredible Examples of Organic Architecture

“Wait; What’s Organic Architecture?” The term “organic architecture” was coined around 1908 by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s a little difficult to define the term as it’s more a way of life than anything tangible. Organic architecture respects the surroundings of the area and uses nature and the purpose of the building to blend together […]

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