Tag: Environment

Cardboard Village - Boom Festival 2018

How Can We “Grow” Architecture Part I

GROW Can we grow architecture? This is a powerful term and can be implemented into all forms of design, however today we focus this word around architecture and how it can be implemented. Reduce – Reuse – Recycle – Grow As designers it is important, especially in this decade, to

Cape Town Fire - Snapped by Tarryn Hardwicke

Cape Town Areas Up In Flames

Cape Town Fires 07/02/19 Just after the recovery of the Lions Head/Signal Hill fire, Two more broke out in Cape Town today under high-temperature circumstances. The flames grew larger by the second and resulted in Kloof Nek Road being closed off.  Below you can view the flames being watered down

Photography Tarryn Hardwicke

Design for Change

Architectural Design, amongst all other types, has the ability to be “life-changing” and better yet, able to change the world. Many designers often focus on aesthetic features and generating some form of income. Design falls into two categories: aesthetic design and problem-solving design, although problem-solving design can still be aesthetically

Welcome to the life of a Designer Pt 2

REMEMBER WHY YOU STARTED Design is a powerful journey – embrace it and wear your passion. Step out of your comfort zone and stop trying to be perfect. Remember that dreams are never too big. CONTINUE TO GROW The world is ever-changing and always introducing the bigger and the better. 

Welcome to the life of an Architect Pt 1

Below are some of the things you’ll need to remember as they play an important role in the world of Architecture. THE PEOPLE The most important factor is the people that will be using the space that is designed. Each structure has a different purpose. Did you know that Will

Tarryn Hardwicke Cape Town Photography

Surfs Up, It’s Spring Tide!

All swimmers and surfers in Cape Town were warned about the Full Moons Spring Tide on Monday the 30th April and its powerful rip current. As a content creator, I grasped this opportunity and started capturing the tide. For those of you who don’t know, Spring Tide has nothing to

Tarryn Hardwicke Cape Town Photography

Sustainability and art-chitecture

…and does it change the nature of architecture? What is sustainable architecture and what is its purpose? Sustainable architecture aims to reduce the effect of buildings on the environment through moderating the use of materials, energy and overall use of space while also taking the future generation into consideration and

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