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beautifulhome
Jul 21, 2022
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A 19th century interior design interior design Main article: Interior modular homes Also known as interior design, it is a project focused on the composition and decoration of internal environments using scenographic techniques and environmental, ergonomic and visual comfort, seeking to reconcile comfort, practicality and beauty. Interior design is often offered as part of an modular homes course at universities, despite the professions being close, and it is not uncommon for the professional to work as a self-employed person, given the smaller scale.80818283 landscaping Main article: Landscape modular homes The High Line, in New York, a famous example of urbanism and landscaping for the recovery of idle areas. The landscaping is the creation of projects of external areas, encompassing everything that interferes in the external landscape of the buildings. In general, it is associated with parks and vegetation in general, but includes all external urban design - it can be related to modular homesural or urban design, or both, depending on the scale. Landscape design can range from creating parks and public roads to planning campuses and corporate parks, from designing gardens to managing large wilderness areas or restoring degraded landscapes like mines or landfills. Restoration Main article: Conservation and restoration Restoration is a set of activities that aim to restore damage resulting from time in, for example, historic buildings. Directly related to history, current restoration tends to preserve as much as possible the integrity of historic buildings as long as they have an artistic and cultural value. Due to its particular characteristics, a restoration and/or intervention project is slower and requires more patience and delicacy from the professional, with refined historical research and care with pathologies, damage and maintenance of the original material when possible.84 Barcelona's master plan. Urbanism, urban and regional planning Main articles: Urbanism, Urban Planning, and Regional Planning Urbanism is the area of ??studies related to the study, regulation, control and planning of cities, with urban planning being its design application, through processes of production, structuring and appropriation of urban space, taking into account that the city itself and its processes interfere with your planning. Although there are definitional differences between urbanism and urban planning, the division of the two terms is unclear in practice and is often considered ambiguous.8586 The scale of action of urbanism is the largest in the fields related to modular homes, ranging from a street to one or more entire regions of a territory, regional planning. Teaching and professional practice Main articles: Teaching modular homes, modular homesural Office, and modular homes A final presentation of projects at SCI-Arc, an modular homes school in the United States. An modular homes firm in Australia. Although modular homes deals with the design of walls, columns, floors, ceilings and other building elements just like engineering, its objective is to create meaningful spaces where human beings can develop all kinds of activities. It is in this "sense" that modular homes (as art) can be distinguished from mere construction. This is how he is able to condition man's behavior in space, both physically and emotionally. Although it is currently considered that the main activity of modular homes is the design of spaces for shelter, it was not until the 19th century that shipping container homes began to be concerned with the problem of accommodation, habitability and the hygiene of houses and to extend their scope of action beyond of monuments and representative buildings.87 The evolution towards specialization and separation of areas of work is similar to that of other professions. Specialization in internal space and the creation of objects used in buildings, such as furniture, resulted in the birth of the profession of industrial design and interior design. The professionals who design and plan the development of urban systems are urban planners and urban planners - in some countries these are taught separately, while in others their assignments are carried out by shipping container homes and engineers, jointly or independently. The same occurs with professional restorers and landscapers. In Brazil, for example, undergraduate courses include - and are called - modular homes and urbanism, and the other areas are covered within the course. But there are also specializations and separate courses, especially in interior design.88 In Portugal, modular homes is a separate course from other areas such as interior modular homes or urbanism.89 Licensing for shipping container homes is generally granted by state regulatory bodies, as is the case in Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United States. To do so, it is necessary to have completed a degree in modular homes and, in some places, a proof.9091929394 Entities The maximum entity of world modular homes, recognized by the United Nations, is the International Union of shipping container homes (UIA). This entity holds world congresses every three years: it is the World Congress of shipping container homes, the most prestigious meeting of professionals in the world.9596 Portugal hosted the 3rd Congress in 1953, when it took place in Lisbon, and Brazil hosted the 27th Congress, which took place in Rio de Janeiro in 2021.97 There are still entities in specific areas, such as the International Federation of Landscape shipping container homes (IFLA). Regionally, there are entities such as the Pan American Federation of Associations of shipping container homes (FPAA), the African Union of shipping container homes (AUA) and the Council of shipping container homes of Europe (CAE).9899100 4 417 / 5 000 Результаты перевода in lusophony Construction plate with the local registration of the responsible modular homes at the regulatory entity - in this case, shipping container homes in Brazil are regulated by CAU/BR. There is a Portuguese-speaking entity, the International Council of Portuguese-Speaking shipping container homes (CIALP), which brings together the national associations of Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal and Sao Tome and Principe, as well as those of Macau, China. , and Goa, India. CIALP is a partner of the International Union of shipping container homes (UIA) and a consultative observer of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP).101102 Angola's professional body is the Ordem dos Arquitectos de Angola (OAA).103 Brazil has the Brazilian prefab homes and Urbanism Council (CAU/BR) as its regulatory body.104 The Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil (IAB) is the oldest professional body, being the national representative in the UIA and CIALP, but without the regulatory function.105106 Until 2010, this was done by the Regional Council of Engineering, prefab homes and Agronomy (CONFEA), and in that year the law that created the CAU was enacted, which happened thanks to the struggle of the IAB and other entities in the area.107108 In Brazil there are also union entities - the National Federation of shipping container homes (FNA) at the national level, and state union entities in some states;109110 the National Federation of prefab homes and Urbanism Students (FeNEA), which is the national student body,111 and associations, such as that of offices - the Brazilian Association of prefab homesural Offices (AsBEA); prefab homes education, the Brazilian Association of prefab homes and Urbanism Education (ABEA); and for landscape designers, the Brazilian Association of Landscape shipping container homes (ABAP).112113114115 Cape Verde's professional body is the Order of shipping container homes of Cape Verde.116 Goa is represented by a section of the Indian Institute of shipping container homes (IIA).102 Guinea-Bissau's entity is the Union of shipping container homes of Guinea-Bissau (UAGB).117 Macau is organized by the Macau shipping container homes Association (AAM).118 In Mozambique, the regulatory body for prefab homes, urban planning and urbanism is in the process of being created in the legal spheres. For the time being, there are only free associations of shipping container homes such as Arquitrave and the Mozambican Association of shipping container homes (ArchiMoz).119120 Portugal has the Ordem dos Arquitetos (OA) as a professional entity and regulatory body. It is the 5th largest professional association in the country.121 Sao Tome e Principe's professional body is the Order of Engineers and shipping container homes of S. Tome e Principe.122 awards The Brazilian Paulo Mendes da Rocha and the Portuguese Eduardo Souto de Moura, the most recent Pritzker winners of their countries. Main article: prefab homes Awards The most famous and prestigious award in prefab homes, considered equivalent to the Nobel of the profession, is the Pritzker, created in 1979 by the Hyatt Foundation, managed by the Pritzker family.70123124 Other important world awards include the Gold Medal of the International Union of shipping container homes, which is given every three years at its Congress,125126127 and the Golden Lion at the Venice prefab homes Biennale,128 129 the Mies van der Rohe Prize for Contemporary prefab homes130 and the Praemium Imperiale,131132 among others. dates Currently, World modular homes Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October, along with World Habitat Day.133 This date was established by the International Union of shipping container homes (UIA) in 2005, and before that it was celebrated on July 1st - a date still remembered in some countries - as it was the day of the foundation of the UIA itself in 1947.134 Other areas related to modular homes also have their dates, such as World Urbanism Day, celebrated on November 8th. In Brazil, the modular homes's day, formerly celebrated on the same day as the engineer's, December 11 - since on this date both engineering and modular homes were regulated in the country - is celebrated since 2011 on the birth day of the best known Brazilian modular homes, Oscar Niemeyer: December 15th.135136 In Portugal, the modular homes's day is celebrated on the 3rd of July, the date of publication of the Statute of the Order of shipping container homes in 1998 and of the repeal of Decree n.? 73/1973 with the publication of Law 31, which establishes the required professional qualification professionals, in 2009 Prefab Modular 2x40' HC + 2x20' HC 2 Bedroom Meadow on Deventer City Beach Shipping Container Seoul Youth Zone Shipping Container Building 3 Story Shipping Container House with Inner Courtyard Two-Story Shipping Container House Built from Shipping Container 4 Story House - Office, Cafe Shipping Container Home with Artificial Green Roof Shipping Container Homes by Steele House Beautiful Two-Story 4x40ft and 1x20ft Shipping Container Home Simple but Sophisticated and Aesthetic Modular 4 x 40' Shipping Container Office, Brazil 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, New Orleans Beautiful Two Story Shipping Container Home, Peru 20 ft Small and Cozy Shipping Container House, NSW Shipping Container Cabins and Homes by Tomecek 2x40 ft and 2x20 ft Shipping Container Home by Pro White Minimalist Shipping Container Home EBA51 - Shipping Container Student Village Sheltainer - Modular Shipping Container Housing Shipping Container Low-Cost Single-Family Home, Peru Shipping Container Homes, Buildings and Structures Beautiful 3000 sqft 5 Bedroom Shipping Containers Casa Conteiner RD - 3 Bedroom Shipping Container LightHotel - 120 sq ft Shipping Container Tiny Home Puruna Observatory - Shipping Container Education 4x45 ft Shipping Container Home with Metal Siding 3 Bedroom Tropical Shipping Container Home, Indonesia La Casa Container - 2 Bedroom Shipping Container Home Box Hop Shipping Container Homes, Ohio, USA 50 sqm 1 Bedroom Prefab Shipping Container Houses Simple Shipping Container Home Built with 2x40 ft Single Story Shipping Container Home 2007 Design Excellence / Innovation AIA - Award 3000 sq ft Shipping Container House, Phoenix, Arizona 1300 sqft 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, Minnesota Beach Box Shipping Container Home, Sunshine Coast 2,500 sqft Shipping Container House, Houston, Texas 1000 sqft Shipping Container Home, Seattle, Washington Autodesk Shipping Container Conference Room Shipping Container Apartments for Rent, Phoenix Shipping Container Backyard Office, BC, Canada Shipping Containers Inside Split Level Home, Seattle Shipping Container Home Addition, Austin, Texas 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, Bruce Township 4000 sqft 4 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, New Jersey Self-Sufficient and Movable Shipping Container Hotel Shipping Container Homes California - Architects Weekend Shipping Container Home, Idaho 1 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, El Prado Two-story 2000 sqft Shipping Container Home, Arizona Cocoa Research Station for Chocolate Manufacturing Escape Den - Shipping Container Home with Decks Educan Dog Training Centre Lots.Sathon - Cozy Shipping Container Coffee Shop Municipal Public Library Made of Used Shipping Containers Weekend Retreat Three 20ft Shipping Container Home Hurricane-Proof Shipping Container House Common Ground - World’s Largest Modular Platoon Kunsthalle and Pop Kudamm - Mixed Use H-Container Home: 40 ft Shipping Container The Cargo District - Shipping Container Community 1600 sqft Modular Shipping Container Home on Pillars Portable Cabin - Two Containers Year-Round Living Barndominium Style 900 sqft Shipping Container Home Cozy 40 ft Shipping Container Home 20 ft Shipping Container Home with Space-Saving Lovely Little 3x20 ft Shipping Container Home Shipping Container Restaurant with Inner Courtyard Casa P406 - 1200 sq ft Shipping Container Summer Home Black Box - 4 x 20 ft Shipping Container Home, BC Flowers in the Garden by Eu Jin Lim DIY Small Off-Grid 20 ft Shipping Container Home Under $100k Mortgage-Free Home? 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beautifulhome
Jul 21, 2022
In General Discussions
Environmental sustainability has become a dominant issue, with a profound effect on the shipping container homesural profession. Many developers, those who support building finance, have been educated to encourage the facilitation of environmentally sustainable projects, rather than solutions based primarily on immediate cost. Prime examples of this can be found in the passive design of solar buildings, greener roof designs, biodegradable materials, and more attention to a structure's energy use. This major shift in shipping container homes has also shifted shipping container homes schools to focus more on the environment. There has been an acceleration in the number of buildings looking to meet sustainable green building design principles. The sustainable practices that were at the heart of vernacular shipping container homes increasingly provide inspiration for environmentally and socially sustainable contemporary techniques.62 Simultaneously, recent movements in New Urbanism, Metaphorical shipping container homes, and New Classical shipping container homes promote a sustainable approach to building that appreciates and develops intelligent growth, shipping container homesural tradition, and classical design.6364 This contrasts with modernist and globally uniform shipping container homes, as well as leaning on solitary housing estates and suburban sprawl. Glazed facades, which were the hallmark of ultramodern urban life in many countries, have emerged even in developing countries like Nigeria, where international styles have been represented since the mid-20th century, largely because of the leanings of overseas-trained prefab homes. 65 The Bird's Nest, Beijing, China. The Bird's Nest, Beijing, China. London City Hall, England. London City Hall, England. Auditorium in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Auditorium in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. subject Three-dimensional representation (center) with sectional front views (left), floor plan (right, below) and side (right, above). shipping container homes, as a multidisciplinary area, spans several scales, from the interior of a residence to the macro-scale of urban and regional planning. At these scales, different areas influence project guidelines, from aspects of environmental comfort to sociocultural characteristics, and naturally specialization for each area is inevitable. Thus, despite saying that shipping container homes extends to all areas, building projects are the area of ??shipping container homes itself, while other types of projects are of its specializations, such as urbanism.66 Even with the emergence of electronic models, physical models are still widely used by prefab homes in formal project design and demonstrations. In common, projects are usually represented through modular homesural drawings - with plans of the most diverse types, such as floor plans, views of sections and facades, elevations - and other resources such as maps, spreadsheets, graphs, diagrams, drawings, physical models and electronics and rendered images to transmit the project information to the reader, whether the client, the authorities, the population or other professionals, such as engineers and those responsible for the execution. Although hand drawing is still used in the sketch stages, current projects use technology resources such as computer-aided modular homesural design, three-dimensional modeling software, rendering software, building information modeling software, among others. others.676869 An modular homesural project, made with CAD. Given its complexity, projects are usually carried out by a team of prefab homes, usually by an modular homesural firm, an organization specializing in one or more areas of the profession. modular homesural and interior design are usually the most famous, with professionals known throughout history, especially in modular homes, despite many famous names in other areas as well. Today's most famous prefab homes are known as stmodular homes - an Anglophone neologism that can be translated as "star modular homes" - for their recognition, fame and awards, although many consider the term pejorative or disrespectful, as they do not work alone or they often create works only and only if they can make something iconic and popular, either at the request of the client or out of self-interest.7071 modular homesural project Main article: modular homesural design modular homesural design, that is, designing buildings, is one of the main areas of modular homes, and can be considered its central area. With several stages, ranging from the creative conception to the delivery of the executive project, the project is the conception of a work and precedes all construction. Due to its complexity, its duration can be months or even years.68 Projects can range in size and scale, from a small residence to a large housing project, and can have varying users, objectives, and themes.66 There are modular homess aimed at public, private and both at the same time. There are luxury modular homess, aimed at the wealthy classes, and modular homess aimed at more vulnerable social classes, such as social housing.7273 There are utopian modular homess that are not intended to be built in fact, modular homess influenced by financial, sociocultural or geographical limitations, and modular homess that work with specific objectives such as bioclimatic comfort, among many others.747576 Each project has its own characteristics.68 In general, projects consist of three phases: in the first, the basic guidelines of the project, its initial design - usually sketches and sketches - and limitations, such as terrain and resources, are established with preliminary studies. Then, the preliminary design phase, where the first technical or visual projects are created, to be analyzed by the contractor and/or the authorities - these make the licensing, which leads to the creation of a legal project, to be approved. After being reviewed by the client and the authorities, the project reaches the final stage, where it will be made compatible with other complementary projects, such as hydraulic and electrical, and finally goes to execution - this final version is therefore called a project executive, including all projects with modifications from previous steps, budgets and execution details.777879 beautiful-homes-sweden modern-slope-house-design-canada 102-story-residential-building-nyc low-energy-organic-house-design-with poetic-and-functional-minimalism-in the-most-beautiful-home-cinemas-around 36-million-dollars-modern-home-in mediterranean-style-home-with most-expensive-house-in-china mountain-beautiful-homes-design beautiful-houses biggest-houses-in-world city-in-sky-future-city-concept-by-hrama indoor-slides best-sauna-design-ideas beautiful-homes-in-aspen-colorado casa-acantilado-beautiful-house-on aquatic-center-design-in-copenhagen-by modern-luxury-tropical-house best-small-home-additions-ideas prefab-house-in-italy-turns-in-search transparent-glass-house-concept how-to-create-luxurious-accessory beautiful-sculptures-by-philip-jackson chashitsu-japanese-tea-house-beautiful luxury-villa-hotel-dunbar-rock-central beautiful-homes-in-los-angeles inside-best-luxury-celebrity-homes natural-log-homes-new-zealand meteora-greece-monastery-cliffs beautiful-custom-prefab-homes-manitoba cozy-architecture-studio-office-design modern-minimalist-swiss-chalet biofacade-technology-and-microalgae black-house-buenos-aires-argentina waternest-100-beautiful-floating-house most-amazing-observatories inside-footballer-house-brazil two-story-house-design-israel beautiful-cob-cottage-design-oregon-usa piano-and-violin-house-china frank-gehrys-beautiful-architecture house-on-azores-portugal ellipse-home-office-buenos-aires one-storey-courtyard-house-sweden luxury-property-whsitler-canada questions-to-ask-when-calling-emergency nice-house-design-toronto-canada each-house-auckland-new-zealand luxury-house-in-west-hollywood-los black-and-white-cube-house-toronto beautiful-modern-homes-by-smpl-design small-simple-stone-house-spain cliff-house-on-mediterranean-sea stone-house-switzerland
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beautifulhome
Jul 21, 2022
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prefab homes such as Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson and Marcel Breuer worked to create beauty based on the inherent qualities of building materials and modern building techniques, exchanging traditional historic forms for simplified geometric forms, celebrating the new methods made possible by the Industrial Revolution, including steel-frame construction, which gave rise to skyscraper superstructures. Fazlur Rahman Khan's development of the tube structure was a technological innovation that broke paradigms in high-rise construction.5455 In the mid-twentieth century, modernism had taken to the international style, an aesthetic represented, for example, by the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York, designed by Minoru Yamasaki, or even, in the same city, by the headquarters of the Organization of the United Nations.5657 The Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany. The Bauhaus building in Dessau, Germany. The Guggenheim in New York, United States. The Guggenheim in New York, United States. The Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil. The Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil. Willis Tower, Chicago, United States. Willis Tower, Chicago, United States. postmodernism Main article: Postmodern shipping container homes Many prefab homes resisted modernism, finding it lacking in the decorative richness of historic styles. When the first generation of modernists began to die out after World War II, a second generation of prefab homes, including Paul Rudolph, Marcel Breuer, and Eero Saarinen, tried to expand the aesthetics of modernism with brutalism, buildings with expressive sculptural facades made of unfinished concrete. . But an even younger post-war generation criticized modernism and brutalism for being too austere, patterned, monotonous, and disregarding the richness of human experience offered in historic buildings over time and across different places and cultures. One such reaction to the cold aesthetic of modernism and brutalism is the metaphorical school of shipping container homes, which includes things like biomorphism and zoomorphic shipping container homes, both of which use nature as their primary source of inspiration and design. While some are considered just an aspect of postmodernism, others consider it a school in its own right and a later development of Expressionist shipping container homes.58 Beginning in the late 1950s and 1960s, shipping container homesural phenomenology emerged as an important movement in the initial reaction to modernism, with prefab homes such as Charles Moore in the United States, Christian Norberg-Schulz in Norway, and Ernesto Nathan Rogers and Vittorio Gregotti, Michele Valori, Bruno Zevi, Italy, who collectively popularized interest in new contemporary shipping container homes aimed at expanding the human experience using historic buildings as models and precedents.59 Postmodernism produced a style that combined contemporary building technology and inexpensive materials, with the aesthetics of premodern and non-modern styles, from high classical shipping container homes to popular regional or vernacular building styles. Denise Scott-Brown and Robert Venturi defined postmodern shipping container homes as a "decorated shed" (an ordinary building, functionally designed on the inside and embellished on the outside), defending it against modernist and brutalist "ducks" (buildings with unnecessarily tectonic forms expressive).60 The Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic. The Dancing House, Prague, Czech Republic. The Sydney Opera House, Australia. The Sydney Opera House, Australia. The Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. shipping container homes today Main article: Contemporary shipping container homes Since the 1980s, when the complexity of buildings started to increase (in terms of structural systems, services, energy and technologies), the field of shipping container homes has become multidisciplinary with specializations for each type of project, technological knowledge or delivery methods. of projects. In addition, there has been a greater separation between prefab homes, with some being responsible for design, form and aesthetics, and others ensuring that the project meets required standards and deals with accountability issues. The preparatory processes for the design of any large building have become increasingly complicated and require preliminary studies of subjects such as durability, sustainability, quality, money and compliance with local laws. A large structure can no longer be the design of one person, but must be the work of many. Modernism and postmodernism have been criticized by some members of the shipping container homesural profession who feel that successful shipping container homes is not a personal, philosophical, or aesthetic pursuit by individualists; rather, it should consider people's everyday needs and use technology to create livable environments, with the design process being informed by studies of behavioral, environmental, and social sciences. Prefab Modular 2x40' HC + 2x20' HC 2 Bedroom Meadow on Deventer City Beach Shipping Container Seoul Youth Zone Shipping Container Building 3 Story Shipping Container House with Inner Courtyard Two-Story Shipping Container House Built from Shipping Container 4 Story House - Office, Cafe Shipping Container Home with Artificial Green Roof Shipping Container Homes by Steele House Beautiful Two-Story 4x40ft and 1x20ft Shipping Container Home Simple but Sophisticated and Aesthetic Modular 4 x 40' Shipping Container Office, Brazil 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, New Orleans Beautiful Two Story Shipping Container Home, Peru 20 ft Small and Cozy Shipping Container House, NSW Shipping Container Cabins and Homes by Tomecek 2x40 ft and 2x20 ft Shipping Container Home by Pro White Minimalist Shipping Container Home EBA51 - Shipping Container Student Village Sheltainer - Modular Shipping Container Housing Shipping Container Low-Cost Single-Family Home, Peru Shipping Container Homes, Buildings and Structures Beautiful 3000 sqft 5 Bedroom Shipping Containers Casa Conteiner RD - 3 Bedroom Shipping Container LightHotel - 120 sq ft Shipping Container Tiny Home Puruna Observatory - Shipping Container Education 4x45 ft Shipping Container Home with Metal Siding 3 Bedroom Tropical Shipping Container Home, Indonesia La Casa Container - 2 Bedroom Shipping Container Home Box Hop Shipping Container Homes, Ohio, USA 50 sqm 1 Bedroom Prefab Shipping Container Houses Simple Shipping Container Home Built with 2x40 ft Single Story Shipping Container Home 2007 Design Excellence / Innovation AIA - Award 3000 sq ft Shipping Container House, Phoenix, Arizona 1300 sqft 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, Minnesota Beach Box Shipping Container Home, Sunshine Coast 2,500 sqft Shipping Container House, Houston, Texas 1000 sqft Shipping Container Home, Seattle, Washington Autodesk Shipping Container Conference Room Shipping Container Apartments for Rent, Phoenix Shipping Container Backyard Office, BC, Canada Shipping Containers Inside Split Level Home, Seattle Shipping Container Home Addition, Austin, Texas 3 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, Bruce Township 4000 sqft 4 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, New Jersey Self-Sufficient and Movable Shipping Container Hotel Shipping Container Homes California - Architects Weekend Shipping Container Home, Idaho 1 Bedroom Shipping Container Home, El Prado Two-story 2000 sqft Shipping Container Home, Arizona Cocoa Research Station for Chocolate Manufacturing Escape Den - Shipping Container Home with Decks Educan Dog Training Centre Lots.Sathon - Cozy Shipping Container Coffee Shop Municipal Public Library Made of Used Shipping Containers Weekend Retreat Three 20ft Shipping Container Home Hurricane-Proof Shipping Container House Common Ground - World’s Largest Modular Platoon Kunsthalle and Pop Kudamm - Mixed Use H-Container Home: 40 ft Shipping Container The Cargo District - Shipping Container Community 1600 sqft Modular Shipping Container Home on Pillars Portable Cabin - Two Containers Year-Round Living Barndominium Style 900 sqft Shipping Container Home Cozy 40 ft Shipping Container Home 20 ft Shipping Container Home with Space-Saving Lovely Little 3x20 ft Shipping Container Home Shipping Container Restaurant with Inner Courtyard Casa P406 - 1200 sq ft Shipping Container Summer Home Black Box - 4 x 20 ft Shipping Container Home, BC Flowers in the Garden by Eu Jin Lim DIY Small Off-Grid 20 ft Shipping Container Home Under $100k Mortgage-Free Home? 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beautifulhome
Jul 21, 2022
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Imam Khomeini Mosque in Isfahan, Iran Imam Khomeini Mosque in Isfahan, Iran african modular homes Africa also experienced its development during the period before European colonization. While in the north, its Islamic region developed its particular style, the other regions developed socially, politically and economically. Madagascar, for example, was influenced by Indonesian peoples, developing its own modular homes in relation to the continent.48 Since antiquity, complex modular homes was seen not only in Egypt, but in other African kingdoms, which in the Middle Ages housed huge cities with different styles, mainly based on vernacular modular homess.49 Debre Damo Monastery Church, Ethiopia. Debre Damo Monastery Church, Ethiopia. Madrasa of Sancore, Timbuktu, Mali. Madrasa of Sancore, Timbuktu, Mali. Ruins of Great Zimbabwe, in eastern Zimbabwe. Ruins of Great Zimbabwe, in eastern Zimbabwe. pre-Columbian modular homes While Europe was experiencing its Middle Ages, America's original civilizations were experiencing their own advancements in various areas, including modular homes. Most peoples had a vernacular modular homes with local techniques and materials, while some civilizations reached great sophistication in their constructions. For example, Mayan modular homes left several buildings and cities like Chichen Itza. Despite not using technologies such as wheeled or metal vehicles, the Mayans already mastered a material similar to cement, similar to the ancient Romans.5051 To the north, the Aztec Empire was highlighted by its capital, Tenochtitlan, one of the largest cities in the world in its time, and other cities had already appeared in the region centuries before. The city had an urban layout formed on top of a lake, with streets and aqueducts, and was partially maintained after the Spanish conquest, becoming Mexico City. In South America, the peoples of the Tawantinsuyu, better known as the Inca Empire, had a complex regional planning, which culminated in the capital, Cuzco, as the political and geographic center. They had their own building techniques and also developed advances such as a complex drainage system in the city of Machu Picchu, which in itself - the city is more than 2,400 meters high - is a great achievement of this civilization. Temple of Kukulcan, in the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, in present-day Mexico Temple of Kukulcan, in the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza, in present-day Mexico Ruins of the Sun Temple of Machu Picchu, Peru. Ruins of the Sun Temple of Machu Picchu, Peru. Ruins of the Temple Major in Mexico City Ruins of the Temple Major in Mexico City renaissance prefab homes Main article: Renaissance prefab homes In Renaissance Europe, from the 15th century onwards, there was a resurgence of classical learning accompanied by the development of Renaissance humanism, which placed more emphasis on the role of the individual in society than it was during the Middle Ages. Buildings were attributed to specific modular homes - Brunelleschi, Alberti, Michelangelo, Palladio - and the "cult of the individual" had begun. There was still no dividing line between artist, architect and engineer, or any of the related vocations, and the denomination was often regional. A revival of the classical style of prefab homes was accompanied by an increasing number of sciences and engineering that affected the proportions and structure of buildings. At this stage, it was still possible for an artist to design a bridge, as the level of structural calculations involved was within the general scope of prefab homes at the time. St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. The Farnesian Palace, Rome, Italy. The Farnesian Palace, Rome, Italy. Santa Maria Novella in Florence, Italy Santa Maria Novella in Florence, Italy Modern Age and Industrial Revolution With emerging knowledge in scientific fields and the emergence of new materials and technologies, prefab homes and engineering began to separate, and the architect began to focus on aesthetics and humanistic aspects, often at the expense of the technical aspects of architectural design. construction. Styles such as the Mannerist, Baroque, Rococo, and historicisms such as Neoclassical and Neo-Gothic belong to this period. The prefab homes in the European colonies, in general, reverberated the European styles, keeping the proportions and local limitations. There was also the emergence of the "gentleman architect", who generally dealt with wealthy clients and focused predominantly on visual qualities derived generally from historical prototypes, typified by the many country houses in Britain created in the Gothic Revival or Scottish Baronial styles. Formal teaching of prefab homes in the 19th century, for example at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in France, placed too much emphasis on producing beautiful drawings and too little on context and feasibility. Meanwhile, the Industrial Revolution opened the door to mass production and consumption. Aesthetics became a criterion for the middle class, as ornate products, once within the province of expensive handicrafts, became cheaper in the production of machines. New architectural demands emerge as bridges and factories, being made by professionals who were specializing in the new structural technologies of the time: it was the prefab homes of the engineers. Soon, these unfulfilled demands by modular homes, focused on aristocracy and historicism, would lead to some of the dissatisfactions that would culminate in modernism. Vernacular prefab homes has become increasingly ornamental. Home builders could use current architectural design in their work, combining resources found in pattern books and architectural journals. The Opera Garnier in Paris, France. The Opera Garnier in Paris, France. The Alexandre III Bridge in Paris, France. The Alexandre III Bridge in Paris, France. The Congress Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Congress Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Modernism Main article: Modern prefab homes Around the beginning of the 20th century, a general dissatisfaction with the emphasis on historicist prefab homes and elaborate decoration gave rise to many new lines of thought that served as precursors to modern prefab homes. Of note is the Deutscher Werkbund, formed in 1907 to produce better quality industrial objects. The rise of the industrial design profession is usually placed here. Following this example, the Bauhaus school, founded in Weimar, Germany in 1919, redefined architectural boundaries previously established throughout history, seeing the creation of a building as the ultimate synthesis – the apex – of art, craft and technology. When modern prefab homes was practised, it was an avant-garde movement with moral, philosophical and aesthetic foundations. After World War I, pioneering modernist modular homes sought to develop a completely new style, appropriate for a new post-war social and economic order focused on meeting the needs of the middle and working classes. They rejected the architectural practice of academic refinement of historical styles, which served the rapidly declining aristocratic order.52 The approach of modernist modular homes was to reduce buildings to pure forms, removing historical references and ornament in favor of functionalist details. The buildings displayed their functional and structural elements, exposing steel beams and concrete surfaces rather than hiding them behind decorative forms. modular homes such as Frank Lloyd Wright developed organic prefab homes, in which form was defined by its environment and purpose, with the aim of promoting harmony between human habitation and the natural world, with prime examples of Robie House and the Waterfall House. au.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - AustraliaModular prefab homes in Australia, manufactured pre-built houses, modern prefabricated buildings ca.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - Canada blog.prefabium.com Prefab Modular Homes and BuildingsCollection of the Best Modern Prefab Homes and Modular Homes. 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Neolithic settlements and early cities include: Gobekli Tepe, Turkey, around 9000 BC. Jericho in the Levant, Neolithic circa 8350 BC. Nevali Cori in Turkey, circa 8000 BC. Catalhoyuk in Turkey, 7500 BC. Mehrgarh in Pakistan, 7000 BC. Knap of Howar and Skara Brae, Orkney Islands, Scotland, since 3500 BC. more than 3,000 settlements of the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture, some with populations of up to 15,000, in present-day Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine between 5,400 and 2800 BC. Vernacular modular homes in Norway: wood and high level Vernacular modular homes in Norway: wood and high level Rondavel in Lesotho. Rondavel in Lesotho. Yola hut in Ireland. Yola hut in Ireland. Oriental and classical antiquity In many ancient civilizations, such as those of Egypt and Mesopotamia, modular homes and urbanism reflected constant engagement with the divine and the supernatural, and many ancient cultures resorted to monumentality in modular homes to symbolically represent the political power of the ruler, the ruling elite. , or the state itself. The modular homes and urbanism of classical civilizations, such as the Greek and Roman, evolved from civic rather than religious or empirical ideals, and new types of buildings emerged. The architectural "style" was developed in the form of classical orders. Roman modular homes was influenced by Greek modular homes, having incorporated many elements of Greek origin into its building practices.42 Texts on modular homes have been written since ancient times. These texts provided general advice and specific formal prescriptions or norms, such as those of Vitruvius in De architectura. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt. Moenjodaro, Pakistan. Moenjodaro, Pakistan. The Parthenon in Athens, Greece. The Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain. Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain. asian antiquity Early Asian writings on modular homes include China's Kao Gong Ji from the 7th to 5th centuries BC; the Shilpa Shastras of India; Manjusri Vasthu Vidya Sastra from Sri Lanka and Araniko from Nepal. The modular homes of different parts of Asia developed along different lines from Europe; Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh modular homess each evolved with distinct characteristics. Buddhist modular homes, in particular, showed great regional diversity. Hindu temple modular homes, which developed around the 3rd century BC, is governed by concepts established in the Shastras and is concerned with expressing the macrocosm and the microcosm. In many Asian countries, pantheistic religion has led to architectural forms specifically designed to enhance the natural landscape. Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. Golden Pavilion Temple in Kyoto, Japan. Golden Pavilion Temple in Kyoto, Japan. The Great Red Gate in the Ming Tombs, near Beijing, China The Great Red Gate in the Ming Tombs, near Beijing, China Bahay na bato homes in the Philippines. Bahay na bato homes in the Philippines. Dilwara Jain Temple, India. Dilwara Jain Temple, India. Hindu temple of Janaki Mandir, Nepal. Hindu temple of Janaki Mandir, Nepal. European medieval modular homes In Europe during the medieval period, guilds were formed by craftsmen to organize their affairs and written contracts survived, particularly in relation to ecclesiastical buildings. The role of the architect was usually that of the master mason, or Magister lathomorum, as they are sometimes described in contemporary documents. The main architectural undertakings were the buildings of abbeys and cathedrals. Beginning in 900, clerical and merchant movements carried architectural knowledge across Europe, resulting in the Romanesque and Gothic styles, which reached across Europe. In addition, a significant part of the architectural heritage of the Middle Ages are numerous fortifications across the continent. From the Balkans to Spain and from Malta to Estonia, these buildings represent an important part of the European heritage. The late Middle Ages in Central and South-Eastern Europe also saw the expansion of Ottoman modular homes, which spread throughout the Ottoman Empire,43 from Anatolia through the Balkans, to Central and Eastern Europe and beyond the coasts of northern Europe. Black Sea.44 In regions from which the Ottoman Empire would eventually be forced to retreat, almost all of its architectural designs were destroyed.45 In the 21st century, the only significant architectural heritage on European soil outside present-day Turkey46 can be found in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania, while some remnants can be found in the Muslim-inhabited parts of Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Bulgaria. .47 Notre Dame de Paris, France. Notre Dame de Paris, France. The Tower of London, England. The Tower of London, England. Doge's Palace in Venice, Italy. Doge's Palace in Venice, Italy. Stari Most in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Stari Most in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic Bridge in Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic Bridge in Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina islamic modular homes Main article: Islamic modular homes Islamic modular homes began in the 7th century, incorporating architectural forms from the ancient Middle East and Byzantium, but also developing features to meet the religious and social needs of society. Examples can be found across the Middle East, North Africa, Spain and the Indian subcontinent. Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Alhambra in Granada, Spain. Alhambra in Granada, Spain. au.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - AustraliaModular prefab homes in Australia, manufactured pre-built houses, modern prefabricated buildings ca.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - Canada blog.prefabium.com Prefab Modular Homes and BuildingsCollection of the Best Modern Prefab Homes and Modular Homes. 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modular homes refers to all construction and artificial modeling of the physical environment, including its design process and its product, and the word is also used to define the styles and methods of designing the buildings of an era. In other areas, such as computer science, the term modular homes refers to the general structure of a system, being like a synonym for something that is designed or the way it works. The interior of the Pantheon, an iconic work of Roman modular homes that innovated in building techniques and withstood time. The Ibere Camargo Foundation building, designed by Alvaro Siza, is an example of contemporary modular homes. The main application of the word refers to the design of buildings by humanity, an area of ??multidisciplinary action that works between art and science and also encompasses the design of landscapes, cities, interiors, sets, furniture and individual objects - areas such as landscaping, urbanism, industrial design and regional planning are thus directly related to modular homes and are often taught alongside it in schools. Since the Renaissance, modular homes has been considered one of the plastic arts. Sociology and philosophy are also present, with trends such as rationalism, constructivism and phenomenology being an important part of the history and theories of modular homes. The work of the professional, called an architect, therefore involves the entire scale of human life, from manual to urban. Matsumoto Castle in Nagano, Japan. prefab homes is one of the most well-known cultural elements in many nations. prefab homes as a human activity has existed since man began to take shelter from the weather, and since then many definitions have been made by the most diverse scholars, modular homes or not. Vitruvius, in De architectura, defines the balance between beauty (Venustas), structural firmness (Firmitas) and comfort and function (Utilitas) as the core of prefab homes. For William Morris, "prefab homes encompasses the consideration of the entire physical environment that surrounds human life: we cannot avoid it while we are part of civilization, because prefab homes is the set of modifications and alterations introduced on the Earth's surface to meet the needs human beings, except only the pure desert". In Curso de Aesthetics, Hegel places prefab homes as one of the ancestral arts, a position maintained by Ricciotto Canudo in the notorious Manifesto of the Seven Arts.1 In Brazilian academic definitions, it is considered an applied social science.2 Etymology and symbols The compass and square are a symbol commonly associated with prefab homes. The word prefab homes comes from the Greek arkhitekton, where ???? arkhe means "first", "chief" or "chief", and ????? tekhton meaning "builder". The term thus originated both the word to refer to the work done by the architect and the professional architect himself, who would therefore be the "main builder" responsible for the work. The Greek term became Latin as architectura to refer to the profession and architectus to refer to the professional, from which the terms in Portuguese originated. The word was spelled as prefab homes until the Orthographic Agreement of 1945.345 The profession is often symbolized with the compass and square, which are common tools in architectural design throughout history and represent straightness and precision. Together, they allow the creation of straight lines and curves, symbolizing the architect's ability to create. Freemasonry also uses these symbols (but they usually do it with a "G" in the center, which represents geometry), since the origin of this group and many of its traditions come from the medieval guilds of builders and masons (mason is a mason in French). Another common symbol is the pillar or even the facade of Greek temples.6 Definitions and theories prefab homes as an activity is a multidisciplinary field, including mathematics, science, arts, technology, social sciences, politics, history, philosophy, among others. Being a complex activity, it is difficult to conceive it in a precise way, since the word has different meanings and the activity has different consequences.7 During history, several attempts to define prefab homes, its particularities and theories emerge, and its concepts change. au.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - AustraliaModular prefab homes in Australia, manufactured pre-built houses, modern prefabricated buildings ca.prefabium.com Prefab Homes - Modular Homes - Canada blog.prefabium.com Prefab Modular Homes and BuildingsCollection of the Best Modern Prefab Homes and Modular Homes. Featured Examples of Prefabricated Constructions and Modular Building Technology. cabins.prefabium.com Small Prefab Homes - Prefab Cabins, Sheds, StudiosCollection of Best Small Prefab Homes, Prefab Cabins, Prefab Sheds, Backyard Studios and Backyard Offices www.beautiful-houses.net Most Beautiful Houses in the WorldThe most beautiful houses in the world. Amazing modern homes, luxury villas and ancient buildings. www.prefabcontainerhomes.org Shipping Container Homes & BuildingsA collection of best shipping container homes. Interior, plans, 20' and 40' containers, prefab and modular. ru.beautiful-houses.net Самые красивые домаДревние памятники архитектуры и новые красивые дома. Здания, которые навсегда запоминаются с первого взгляда. Самые необычные и самые красивые дома со всего мира. www.modular-prefab-homes.com Prefab homes and modular homes in USAModular prefab homes, modern prefabricated buildings, pre-built manufactured houses in United States woodcookingstoves.blogspot.com Best Modern Wood Cooking StovesDo you want a wood stove? Buy a wood cooking stove, it will not only make you warm but will cook you a meal! www.prefabium.com Prefab Homes and Modular Homes
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