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Old April 7th, 2014, 11:48 PM   #41
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You want to build a traditional house?

This material overview is of great help -
while of course local materials have to be considered, as well as weather conditions:


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Cities and houses are made by the people. And where they build, they should consider going vernacular/traditional,
to get something that is sustainable, eco-friendly, valuable, affordable, beautiful, livable and eternal.
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Old April 9th, 2014, 02:40 PM   #42
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Agree with this - we need to stop levelling and uglyfying our cities
with bland uniform globalist-modernist architecture, that looks the same everywhere:
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Most of the world's cities are not protecting anything. In fact, most of the world is going to look pretty much the same within some decades:

India, Asia:


China, Asia:


Brazil, South America:


Canada, North America:


Kenya, Africa:


Australia, Oceania:


UK, Europe:



Hell to modernism. I'll go for this all the time:







Think about it:



It's not about praising traditional architecture,
it is about living and continuing it for our own well-being.

With New Classical Architecture.
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Old April 9th, 2014, 03:17 PM   #43
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Muy buenos aportes muchachos!!!
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Old April 12th, 2014, 04:44 PM   #44
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You're very welcome!


Classical and traditional architecture is the base we build upon.

"The symbolic hard currency of architecture is classical,...
It's gold in the bank. The other stuff is leveraged buy-outs and soybean futures."

- Jaquelin T. Robertson

“The thing of first importance in architecture is beauty.”
- Zivkovich-Connolly


Buildings of 10 years of Driehaus Prize winners arranged in one picture, painted 2013.
Oil on canvas by Carl Laubin. Source.



Architects, elevate our architecture further.
But always be aware where we come from and what makes a place a good place to live and stay around!
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A caricature by architect, planner and theorist Léon Krier:

Real estate demand of the people - versus - contemporary architecture education


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¡Totalmente de acuerdo!
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En la arquitectura moderna realmente cada país ha perdido su originalidad y su cultura en la arquitectura... las zonas modernas pueden ser confundidas, puedo confundir la zona moderna de París con la de London, o con la de otra ciudad pujante...

Pasa todo lo contrario con la arquitectura antigua, donde diferencio muy bien por ejemplo a Roma de París o de Londres...
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