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1. Living inside-out!
October 16, 2018


International design and innovation office, Carlo Ratti Associatti (CRA) uses a Ficus tree as the fulcrum of a progressive residential design in Parma, Northern Italy As the first step of CRA’s 2017 winning master plan for Mutti, a tomato company, which calls for a closer integration between nature and the built environment, the designers present a project that disrupts conventional demarcations between rooms and floors; offering instead a stepped-plan that breaks away from a stereotyped typology. The under-renovation farmhouse stands with its program organised around a 10-metre-hig... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. LoCITY's Emission Ambition: Supporting the Use of Alternative Fuels
October 10, 2018


The projected five-year LoCITY programme has been running since 2016, with plans to evolve and adapt throughout the second half of its course. Its aim is to help commercial vehicle fleets comply with the Ultra-Low Emission Zones that will be in place in central London next April. These new exhaust emission standards will require courier work to be exclusively carried out in vehicles that meet the requirements, potentially resulting in higher running costs. Thankfully, LoCITY have recognised these concerns and are implementing changes that will support the courier work industry, among oth... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Is this the start of a new phenomena in adaptive reuse?
October 05, 2018


JA Architects make a modern intervention in Rottredam’s century-old Stok building, setting a precedent for a fresh approach to reducing the carbon footprint… The Maassilo is an iconic monument of the Dutch industrial past in the harbor of Rotterdam. Since its construction by Ar. J.P. Stok in 1906, and the several interventions, closure and its reopening in 2004, the building houses a large event space with a 5000-capacity, a seven-floors co-working space called the Creative Factory and has just been given its ultimate transformation - a new sustainable roof that connects the entire buildi... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. The Bees of Britain and How to Identify Them
September 28, 2018


An organised flower holiday in Britain is the perfect opportunity to master the skill of identifying the many bee species. While it is regarded as a challenging skill to master when first starting out, with the aid of an expert guide and a few key features to look out for, it can become a much more straightforward activity. Banding Patterns This tip applies in particular to white-tailed species. By taking a closer look at the bands on a bee, identification can sometimes very quickly be ascertained. For example, the Buff-tailed Bumblebee has two yellow bands, whilst the Garden Bumb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. How the Cockatoo Came to Sicily in the 13th Century
September 28, 2018


On the bucket list of many who enjoy bird watching holidays, the Cockatoo is a curious being. It was originally believed that the bird reached Europe in the late fifteenth century, with an Australasian Cockatoo in a 1496 painting by Andrea Mantegna thought to represent its arrival on the continent. Further research has now uncovered that the Cockatoo may well have reached Europe many years earlier. Work was undertaken at the University of Turku, in Finland, to learn more about the images included in a thirteenth century manuscript on falconry, which was written either by or for King Fred... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. The Differences Between Asian and African Elephants
September 28, 2018


The majestic elephant is the world’s largest living land animal and is recognised all over the world for its unique beauty and immense strength. Many people who embark on African wildlife safaris are unaware of the differences between the Asian and African species, but once they are recognised, it is relatively easy to tell the two apart. Body The average body length of an Asian elephant is 5.8 metres, and they usually weigh around 5.5 tonnes. They have convex, level backs and bulges on their foreheads. The African species has distinct differences, being considerably heavier (an adu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Who's Who? The Coyote Vs the Wolf
September 28, 2018


There’s often confusion between the coyote and the wolf. Both are members of the canine family and, although they do display many similarities, their differences are just as marked. Wolf watching tours enable participants to encounter these shy and elusive animals both alone and in packs, and in a range of habitats around the world. In order to make your wolf watching experience as memorable as possible, it can help to be informed about the species’ behaviour and physiology. Understanding the differences between Canis lupus and its cousin Canis latrans (the coyote) is a good start. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. The Grizzly Truth: Diseases of the Grizzly Bear
September 28, 2018


Along with the joy and fascination we gain by encountering nature’s most beautiful creatures comes the responsibility to learn more about their conservation and the challenges they face when it comes to survival. While many of the threats unfortunately come from humans, some, like diseases and parasites, are simply a part of the great circle of life. For anyone with a particular interest in bear watching, embarking on a wildlife tour to encounter the magnificent Grizzly Bear in its natural habitat can be a truly life-changing experience. Like every animal on the planet, they face their o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. From Egg to Adult: The Dragonfly's Life Cycle
September 28, 2018


It may be small, but the fascinating ecology and biology of the dragonfly continues to hold scientists, naturalists and wildlife lovers in its thrall. With entire societies dedicated to the insect (fossils of which date its ancestors back 325 million years) and specialised wildlife travel companies providing dragonfly tours, this tiny powerhouse of nature has made a name for itself. Anyone who’s made the decision to take part in one of the organised dragonfly tours occurring in various parts of the world should try to learn as much about the insect as possible before leaving home. One of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Dolphin Dialects: How These Chatty Animals Communicate
September 28, 2018


Communication between dolphins is a natural phenomenon that scientists are still trying to decipher to this day. Like us, these intelligent animals do not exclusively use sound, and in fact have several ways in which they are able to interact and engage with one another. Echolocation Although echolocation is not necessarily purely a communication strategy, there has been some evidence of the technique being used successfully to both send and receive information. Echolocation is a method of sonar used by the cetaceans to visualise their surroundings, and it has been proven that they c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. 11 Simple & Easy Ways To Contribute to a Better Environment
September 23, 2018


We all want to make our contribution to preserving the environment. Here are 11 tips to make our planet more green and sustainable. 1. Get rid of old toilets and get a new one that is more efficient. These use a great deal less water, and actually have fewer problems than those old toilets. 2. Don’t wash your car with the hose in the driveway. Instead, take it to an automated car wash if possible. These use a lot less water than you would if you did it yourself. Even if you use the non-automated car wash, you are better off. 3. Keep your water pipes clean. Don’t dump grease and ... (read more)

Author: Marc Deschamps

12. Eclectic Allure
September 21, 2018


Shabnam Gupta of The Orange Lane enlivens the outdoor terrace of an artist studio with delightful balance and much flair. Known for her visually appealing, expressive and personalized spaces, Shabnam Gupta designs this duplex with a blend of inimitable accents and contemporary elements, exclusive to the artist’s personality and lifestyle. She captures the sentiment perfectly throughout the home, even as the interior flows fluidly to spread out onto the terrace. To enhance the existing site conditions, exposed brick cladding of the façade wraps around the terrace as metal and glass s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Urban Oasis
September 20, 2018


Studio Osmosis lends style, personality and function to this balcony and terrace, creating refreshing spaces perfect for relaxing and entertaining. The balcony, perched on the 48th floor, reveals scenic views of the city. Stretched along the curve of the living room, it accommodates an outdoor bar area, all inclusive of the bar counter, a high ledge, barstools, a custom-designed wooden bench, and even a custom swing. Dressed in a concrete countertop with hand painted ceramic tiles on its apron, the bar recalls the colours of the sea and sky. While the furnishings, swing and barstools are ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. How To Get The Most Out of Your Air Purifier
September 17, 2018


Whether you are looking to purchase an air purifier for your family or for one of your extended family members, it is always important to know what you are getting. Even though you may be totally absorbed with the cost of the air purifier yourself, the cost is not the only qualifying constant of the unit that needs to be considered. For example, you could buy a high priced air purifier that looks nice and has excellent quality on the outside, but the inner products and parts of that air purifier could be junk. On the other hand, you could easily buy a low costing air purifier that won't ... (read more)

Author: Marc Deschamps

15. Between the folds: art, architecture and community
September 10, 2018


LUKSTUDIO delivers an arresting spatial experience through their U Concept Gallery amidst the energetic, socio-cultural West Bund neighbourhood in Shanghai... Nestled inside the Sunny Walk shopping compound, the gallery converges the cultural, educational and commercial programs under one roof – a semi-public retail experience that unfolds along the elongated space. Designed to be simplistic and engaging, the gallery allows users to mingle and explore as they move through the folds that compose the space. Sandwiched between the atrium and a narrow public corridor, this layered arcade... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

16. CHANGE: A Random Walk from Known to Mystery
August 27, 2018


This essay describes events that reflect our human condition; our inane ability to morph from a system of relative societal harmony to one of cacophony. What follows is NOT intended as a value judgment of individuals or organizations and groups, but simply an angle on so-called progress from my exclusive point-of-view—that and nothing more. My scope of information comes from five generations that have overlapped during my lifetime. Plus, I have worked and lived abroad, which gives me the benefit of a variety of international experiences, opinions, and worldviews. I have a lot of raw data to cr... (read more)

Author: Gene Myers

17. The modern workplace
August 24, 2018


Architects Kruti and Vipul Sukhadia of Sharan Architecture + Design design a distinct office space for Coolline Agency – air conditioning systems’ sales and service dealers. Located in a busy area of Surat city, the 2700 sq. ft. office is characterized by a simple yet sophisticated brand identity and designed to encourage a lively workplace. Following an open-plan, the office is well segregated into the requisite departments and workstations, where hierarchy is maintained by variation in size and ambience. From formal spaces like the conference room, accounts and directors’ offices... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Panthera Tigris: The Two Million Year Evolution of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There is nothing in the natural world quite as exhilarating as seeing a Tiger in the wild, and there is little doubt that Tiger travel is becoming more and more popular, as awareness about the tenuous survival of this magnificent beast spreads. Despite the intrigue the animal invokes, we have limited knowledge of its evolution and its solitary and secretive behaviour makes studying it difficult. We do, however, have at least some insight into this big cat’s past and how it has evolved into the magnificent animal it is today. How Old? Panthera zdanskyi is the oldest species, and foss... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Why Research is So Important to Tiger Conservation
August 22, 2018


For wildlife lovers who also want to contribute to preserving one of the planet’s most iconic species, participating on a Tiger watching tour to the Indian subcontinent is a thrilling and memorable way in which to raise the profile of this magnificent animal. But there are many aspects to the successful conservation of a species, and one of the most important is that of on-going research. In the case of the Tiger, the vast amount of research carried out by scientists and naturalists into the big cat’s habits and behaviour has contributed to a great number of practical conservation applic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. The Importance of Rehabilitating Our Wild Tigers
August 22, 2018


Anyone who’s had the privilege of participating in a dedicated Tiger watching tour will understand the indescribable thrill of being able to observe this spectacular creature in its natural habitat. With less than 4,000 of the animals remaining in the wild, the privilege of this experience cannot be overstated. Conservation: An On-going Battle for Survival Declining numbers of the big cat have led to a growing awareness for the need for its conservation, and one of the most pressing issues is the need to return as many captive Tigers into their natural habitat as possible. To this e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. The Complex Social Structure of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


The magnificent Tiger is a mammal that, despite its aggressive, powerful and fierce reputation, has attracted human attention for thousands of years. Belonging to the wider genus, Panthera, that includes Lions, Jaguars, Leopards and Snow Leopards, Tigers are the largest group and are characterised by their orange and black stripy coat. Unfortunately Man now poses a significant threat to this beautiful creature, and it is only by raising awareness that the species will survive. Tiger watching tours in India are one of the best ways to see the big cat in the wild and an excellent way to sup... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Tiger in Folklore, Mythology and Legend
August 22, 2018


Man’s relationship with the Tiger has been strong throughout the centuries. Whether this magnificent beast is feared or revered, there is no denying that it holds a certain intrigue, not least because of its solitary nature, incredible physique and stunning beauty. For hundreds of years this creature has signified different things to different cultures and, across the board, has become symbolic in many ways. India, China, Japan and Vietnam are steeped in ancient culture and the beautiful animal appears almost to excess in their legends, myths and folklores. For anyone considering Tiger t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. The Reproduction and Life Cycle of the Tiger
August 22, 2018


There are few animals that have been as fascinating to man as Panthera tigris. Perhaps it is the fact that this magnificent big cat is such a solitary, secretive animal that makes it so intriguing. For anyone who wants to see the beautiful big cat in the wild, organised Tiger travel is definitely the way to do it. And learning more about the species before embarking on a tour deep into Tiger territory will certainly enhance the experience. One of the interesting aspects to delve into is the animal’s reproductive and life cycle. Life Cycle These are solitary animals, usuall... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. How Climate Change is Affecting the World's Tigers
August 22, 2018


There is no disputing the fact that climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the planet. It affects so many parts of our life and the world’s human population must do more to tackle this pressing issue. In a relatively short time, the fine balance between man and nature has shifted, with nature coming off worse in favour of humans living well above their environmental means. This century has seen several species rendered extinct, something that has been definitively attributed to global warming. The World Wildlife Fund has stated that just a 3°C increase in temperatures will... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. A landscape of traditional and contemporary impressions
August 21, 2018


A curtain of sandstone red against the backdrop of a light blue sky - the geometric outlines of the Thapar University of Patiala paint a compelling picture. The University is the result of a remarkable collaborative effort between Dublin’s McCullough Mulvin Architects and Delhi’s Design Plus Associates. Planned to embrace the context, reflect culture and inspire students, the design of the 250-acre masterplan follows a specific brief – contemporary and iconic. The campus is designed to include student residences, a sports centre, and a learning centre - equipped with a library, lecture th... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD



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