Month: October 2021

Why Australia’s ‘Burglary’ crackdown is the biggest ever

Police have arrested more than 600 people in Australia in a crackdown on what they say are drug-dealing and other crimes in a sweeping crackdown on illicit drugs.A spokesperson for the Department of Home Affairs said in a statement that arrests were made “in connection with ongoing drug-related investigations”.“Officers have made arrests across the country […]

Why Arizona’s noma golf course is making its mark

With a golf course at its centre, the Hmc Architects and Associates project is one of the most visually stunning in the state.“It’s not just about the golf course,” Mr Hmc said.“The design reflects the energy of the surrounding communities.In terms of sustainability, we have been involved with the city of Phoenix since 2008, and […]

Inside the World of the Gateway Architects

The Gateway Arch is a series of buildings designed by architecture students at the University of California, Berkeley.The buildings are meant to evoke the city of Berkeley and its surrounding area in the late 19th century.They feature interiors that are designed to blend in with the city’s environment, with spaces that are inspired by the […]

Tom Wright Architectures New Tower of London for the Fentress Architectures Pyramid Architecture project

Tom Wrights new Tower of the Americas is an international skyscraper designed by French architect, Frank Gehry.It is being built in the historic heart of New York City.Wrights architect is Tom Wrings architects and it’s a project that looks like the next generation of skyscrapers for New York.The project, which is a collaboration between Wrights […]

How to spell architect’s name and spell ‘architect’

If you want to spell your architect’s last name, there’s a shortcut: A vowel.For example, “Sae” instead of “Sei.”“Ae” instead “A,” “Ee” or “Eeh.”But when it comes to spelling architect’s full name, the answer is no.That’s because the word “architect” is spelled “archim,” meaning “arch” in Old English, and “archi” in the language of the […]

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