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Jorge Nieto tackles the sustainable city concept from a point of view that gives vital importance to relationships with others and the environment.
The Fibonacci spiral has been used for centuries as a means of connecting with the divine and for aesthetic reasons. But is the so-called golden ratio just a fascinating way to achieve pleasing designs or does it actually contribute to making buildings more sustainable?
From Julia Morgan, the world's first woman with a degree in architecture, to the more futuristic Zaha Hadid, on the occasion of International Women's Day we celebrate outstanding women in a field in which they were even more invisible than in technology, engineering or science.
According to Wikipedia, Tente was a line of Spanish construction toys consisting of interlocking plastic bricks that could be assembled to create, on a small scale, something very similar to what we see in modular architecture.