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An Architect by profession & practice, Pranita is a keen observer and specialises in content, visualisation, and presentation. Cyber attacks & Architecture Technology in the far more technologically-advanced world made her realise that there is a lack of necessary awareness among people. Hence, keeping you all updated and protected by all means with subjects from Architecture Technology to Security Awareness. Currently working as a Head of Content, content writer & creator at BLARROW.TECH

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The Center of a Complex City: Beirut

An Overview: $ August, Tuesday at 6 pm, an explosion with a force of a 3.5 magnitude earthquake at the Port of Beirut caused extreme damage to areas within the municipal boundaries. The centre of Beirut...

COVID-19 & It’s Huge Impact on Real Estate Markets

An Overview: We are undoubtedly entering an era of profound change in how we work, learn, live and socialise with COVID-19. Developments are incredibly fluid, and tremendous uncertainty remains and will impact public health, economic growth,...

Architecture Photography

Well, Architecture photography has a long history and our modern-day, visually - the obsessed culture has got us consuming a large quantity of architecture through photographs and spacial experiences. The intersection between architecture and photography...

Innovative Shading

Modern residential house designs take a cue from indoor-outdoor spaces that help ventilate the home and create better connections with the environment. Natural light is more prioritised than earlier and thus the necessity of shade...

Cites, Center of Coronavirus?

An Overview: From its primary origin in Wuhan, China, COVID-19 has spread globally and predominantly become an urban-focused pandemic. Though data on the pandemic is still unavailable, it is clear that urban areas have been the...

Algorithms Designing Better Buildings?

An Overview: Humans have always tried to harness the power of computers to automatically generating building design for decades. Design, like the rest of the things in a construction project, is a collaborative effort. Even with...

Can Megacities Survive the Digital Age?

An Overview: Megacities have become synonymous with economic growth since the last decade. On the one hand, the urban sprawl is accounted for the increasing population of people, opportunity and innovation. And on the other hand,...

The Rise of Pop-Up Architecture

Architecture, as we know, is the most commonly thought of as something permanent, long-lasting, and durable. To be justified for its purpose over time, traditional architecture usually needs to respond to multiple needs for the...

Yona Friedman and His Extraordinary Use of Math

Yona Friedman used math to design utopian cities of the future Yona Friedman was born in 1923 in Budapest (Hungary), and after World War II he briefly lived and worked in Israel where he confronted with...

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