We are starting to say goodbye to the year and after a review of all the contents developed, we find ourselves with a wide range of architectural advice that involves both interior and exterior spaces. Addressing issues from the domestic sphere to more technical and decisive questions, these are intended to serve as a guide and/or suggestions, rescuing those necessary considerations to take into account when planning our spaces, regardless of the use or the future they contemplate.
We then invite you all to take a look at the architecture advice that has been published on ArchDaily this year. Accompanied by examples, ideas, suggestions and even materiality on some occasions, it has sought to answer those questions that often involve our daily lives with the aim to improve the quality of life of the inhabitants and to achieve wellbeing/comfort in interior and exterior spaces.
“Perhaps one of the most common phrases you’ll hear when talking about interior renovations is “whatever you initially planned on spending, double it, and double the time with it”. Renovations, regardless of their scale, can be very time consuming and costly, especially when unexpected changes pop up last minute. However, we are often met with situations where the interior layout is no longer efficient or we feel that the interior design is a little outdated and its time for a change.”