– RISE on Houzz: how to work remotely like a pro.
– Springtime means colour! – Architecture interiors and garments.
– Prefab Architecture: do-it-yourself kits and modular buildings.
– 3D-Prints: Foster + Partners printed steel truss.
– Social Distancing in style.
You can read the full version of the Sketchbook Chronicles issue N.005 here.
– Kamikatsu: the zero-waste town in Japan.
– Making household concrete objects with Mexican studio ‘En Concreto’.
– The Viscaya Transporter Bridge.
– New and old building technologies.
You can read the full version of the Sketchbook Chronicles issue N.004 here.
– Architecture with a social spin: an initiative for a school in Guatemala from Architecture Sans Frontieres.
– The ancient craft of hand-blown cylinder glass.
– Natural materials for the future: environmentally friendly engineered wood and hempcrete introducing hemp to traditional concrete techniques.
– Goldsmith Street: a new direction for social housing.
You can read the full version of the Sketchbook Chronicles issue N.003 here.
– Handmade origami paper-lamps made by the RISE creative team.
– Carbon-zero London architecture at Ted Cullinan’s house in Camden Mews.
– Translucent walls made of polycarbonate materials.
You can read the full version of the Sketchbook Chronicles issue N.002 here.
– A walk around Walmer Yard to boost our passion for architectural details.
– The Living Architecture initiative: Peter Zumthor’s villa introduced us to this idea by Alain de Botton from the School of Life.
– RISE Rusted Lamp: a wink to our Brexit Bunker.
You can read the full version of the Sketchbook Chronicles issue N.001 here.