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[td_block_text_with_title]SUBMISSIONS[/td_block_text_with_title][td_block_5 limit="9" ajax_pagination="load_more" category_id="572403967"][td_block_text_with_title tdc_css="eyJhbGwiOnsibWFyZ2luLWJvdHRvbSI6IjUwIiwiZGlzcGxheSI6IiJ9fQ=="]Submit your workBrave Drawn Worlds by Archilibs has a gallery dedicated to you. Submit drawings, diagrams, sketches and all visual constructs. Images are encouraged to be unique, different, and experimental. The [...]

Classical Orders

An order is the principal component of a Classical building, composed of a base, shaft, capital, and entablature. The five Classical orders are the ‘Tuscan’, ‘Doric’, ‘ Ionic’, ‘Corinthian’ and ‘Composite’, which all vary in size […]

fractal

A fractal is a natural phenomenon or a mathematical set that exhibits a repeating pattern that displays at every scale. If the replication is exactly the same at every scale, it is called a self-similar […]

Futurist architecture

Futurist architecture is characterized by strong chromaticism, long dynamic lines, suggesting speed, motion, urgency, and lyricism. The architect Antonio Sant’Elia, who, though building little, translated the futurist vision into an urban form.

Futurism

Futurism is the most important Italian avant-garde art movement of the 20th century, that celebrated advanced technology, and urban modernity.

steel frame

A steel frame composed principally of a series of vertical and horizontal members. Here, the steel frame forms an exoskeleton with a series of steel p1ers supporting the building interior. A further layer of external […]

glass curtain wall

A curtain wall is a non-loadbearing enclosure or envelope of a building, attached to the structure but standing separate from it. Glass has the benefit of allowing light to penetrate deep into a building.

diagonal braces

Angled members that create a system of triangles to provide additional bracing to a rectilinear structure. The additional diagonal members to a steel framed structure are known as ‘triangulation’.

lift

A vertical transportation device, essentially an enclosed platform moved up and down by mechanical means, either by a system of pulleys a ‘traction lift’ or hydraulic pistons (a ‘hydraulic lift’).