The Builder’s Materials: A Survey of the Materials Used in Every Age (Part 3)

The Builder’s Materials: A Survey of the Materials Used in Every Age (Part 3)

Men have labored with mud, baked clay, brass, iron, steel, stone, glass, copper, felt, hide, logs, boards, leaves, grass, and even snow in their long careers as builders. Some of these materials were discovered ready for us, while others needed to be meticulously processed before they could be used for residences, religious structures, and monuments. […]

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How Earthworks Are Carried Out (Part 1)

Earthworks

How Earthworks Are Carried Out (Part 1) The earthworks concern a significant number of building sites. However, the steps to be carried out are often similar, and they depend mainly on the nature of the soil and the surface area to be excavated. Whatever your project is, construction, extension, exterior development, renovation, etc., the earthwork […]

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Modular Architecture: Strengths and Weaknesses

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People who are looking for a sustainable home must have heard about modular constructions. These are constructions determined by a module and are interdependent of standardization and industrialization. While the durability and quality of these homes are often emphasized, it should be noted that they also have some negative points. Would you like to know […]

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Humane Prison Designs: Possibility or Pipe Dream?

Humane Prison Designs: Possibility or Pipe Dream?

First, let us acknowledge that we are living in a euphemistic world, where there aren’t any prisons anymore, but more “correctional facilities” and “detention centers.” However, the importance of a correctional facility in achieving specific goals has yet to be genuinely recognized. While we may speak today of correctional rather than penal, concerns reflect the […]

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