Masthead Blog

Our Blog

The Latest News & Articles

Is Virtual Reality The Future Of Real Estate?

This article addresses the merits of virtual reality for the real estate sector. It analyzes some of the ways in which it is already being used and the ways in which investors could use this real estate technology to their advantage.
https://www.fortunebuilders.com/virtual-reality-for-real-estate/

Real Estate Technology trends

What are the next big trends in real estate technology?
Discover more by reading this interesting article.
https://www.mashvisor.com/blog/real-estate-technology-trends-2020/

Architecture and the Montessori Method

How to Stimulate Children's Autonomy Through Architecture and the Montessori Method

Maria Montessori began to develop her educational method at the beginning of the 20th century. In general terms, the method is a scientific pedagogy that promotes an education that positively contributes to the development of children's brains, respecting their individuality and stimulating their autonomy, self-esteem, and self-confidence.
Although the method was created in the last century, science is currently beginning to test much of the information investigated by Maria Montessori. For this reason, it is increasingly being applied to architecture for children’s educational spaces, improving the quality of children's learning and development and providing them with better tools for their future lives

Full article archdaily.com

Convertible Courtyards House

I find this project very interesting with a movable patio in 3 different positions, giving the house a great dynamism and all the advantages of lighting at different times of the day and year.

Prahran, Australia
Architects: Megowan Architectural
Year: 2013
Full article archdaily.com

Raumplan House

I really liked this clean and essential house but interestingly projected with its double spaces.
"Openings of this house are made,  just like those of a musical instrument, so that it is filled with light, and once that instrument is tuned, we can highlight the movement of the solid light of the sun throughout the day".

Madrid, Spain
Architects: Alberto Campo Baeza
Year: 2015
Full article archdaily.com