Architecture Design

Architecture that Speaks – Experience Matters

The Tangible and the intangible…

“Phenomenology concerns the study of essences; architecture has the potential to put essences back into existence. By weaving form, space, and light, architecture can elevate the experience of daily life through the various phenomena that emerge from specific sites, programs, and architectures.” – (Steven Holl, Phenomenologist Architect, 1996, p. 11) [1]

3D Renderings

3D Architectural Rendering VS. Photography

Choosing the right visuals can have a make or break impact on your architectural project. To get your project off the ground, you need other people to catch your vision. The more clearly and interactively you can showcase your ideas, the more effective it can be. Photography and 3D renderings are two popular ways to do this — but which one is best? Let’s explore.
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SEECA

What is Sustainability?

Sustainability focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The idea of sustainability is composed of three pillars: economic, environmental, and social—also known informally as profits, planet, and people. SEECA mainly deals in the sustainability; focus to improve the quality of life by the efficient use of energy, resource utilization and recycling the materials.

Interior Designing

What is Interior Design?

Interior designing in Pakistan is completely about how we encounter spaces. It’s an important, necessary part of our daily lives and transforms how we live, work, play, and even heal. Luxurious homes, functional workplaces, wonderful public spaces—that’s interior design at work.

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Choosing Right Sofa

Things to Know When Choosing the Perfect Sofa

A small newly opened interior design business that aims to cover different issues, from sustainability to social, from equal opportunities to education, from giving space to emerging artists and artisans to the most disadvantaged.
Unfortunately, or fortunately, these beliefs do not apply when it comes to interiors. In fact, if a product is cheap today, it will be expensive in the long term. To better explain this concept just think of a £ 20 desk; at first glance it would seem a great deal, yet the low price tells us that it was probably produced with poor materials.
“Once the brief is defined and we’ve signed all the boring papers, Our people will draw sketches, prepare moodboards, source furniture & materials and many other things. The project doesn’t proceed till you’ve agreed on everything!