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Pictures of Saturday 4/25/15, Seattle Center Daze..

I did some local exploring around the Space Needle.That was my spontaneous little adventure in the later daylight end for yesterday. Here are some pics… 233 more words


Renzo Piano's Whitney Museum

Today Shanghai Metal Corporation brings you to the Big Apple where Italian architect Renzo Piano has recently announced the completion of the project that will host the new Whitney Museum of American Art. 319 more words


When In Rome...

…You have to try the famous Gelato (Ice cream), get a selfie stick and book the Vatican Museum in advance to avoid 3 hour queues! 1,277 more words



Yesterday’s weather didn’t quite resemble the forecast, so we cut our losses and skipped the next leg of the Dorset Coast Path.

So what to do? 619 more words


Interactive architecture

How interactive is architecture? These days, networked computer systems, tablets and smartphones seem to exemplify interactivity amongst people, and between human beings and objects.

Perhaps architecture participates in this interactive milieu in so far as it embraces concepts such as “virtual reality (VR) and 3D worlds, game design (including 3D games, platform games, and arcade games), mobile computing, ubiquitous computing, smart/intelligent environments, location-based and context-aware services, augmented reality, and, most recently, mobile augmented reality, notions of proxemics/proxemic interaction, device ecologies, and—at architectural scale—interaction design for smart buildings, interactive architecture, and even smart cities and urban computing.” 802 more words