Peeling off historical layers of one outstanding Synagogue right in the central Germany might lead to some surprising discoveries.
With grace, form, light and dexterity in the design of parametric projects, the most celebrated female exponent in all-time architecture believed that being anti-traditional is the key to innovation in the world.
Maybe those were not the exact words, but the feeling of amusement is probably not so far. In 1420, when the Portuguese navigators arrived this island, in the Atlantic Ocean, they were impressed with the majestic presence of the forest. And that forest was and still is the Laurisilva of Madeira.
While European art historian textbooks are full of certain definitions and clarifications concerning the theoretical part, Asian art world is still at the stage of struggling the need to find this profound clearness.
If we can consider that creative processes, innovation and cultural heritage are essential keys in Europe cities, life and environments, to promote the economic growth of the cultural heritage.
Deep in the European part of Russia there is a church that stands as a monument of people choice. Footprints of it are stoned within the walls, discovering it – discovering country history.
The azulejos tiles are utilised in different architectural solutions such as interns, water wells and facades colouring and protecting the buildings from the weather changes as protection against heat.
This is an extraordinary city tour that encourages children to learn about Bulgaria’s rich architectural heritage with fresh eyes.
Built with deep-red bricks a small round church promotes Sofia as a modern city with ancient roots.
Welcome to the family: new group of Social media Volunteers is up to dedicate time and energy to promote heritage sites, share their own personal heritage stories.