Why we need to get rid of the exterior church architecture jobs

Interior architecture jobs are going to die in Canada because of the growing popularity of the church as a work space, says RTE host and architecture professor Paul Kennedy."It's becoming so important to the city that you want to create a place where people feel safe and comfortable," he said.But Kennedy says that if the city is to survive, it will have to start making its own interior...

How Dakota’s interior architecture helped make a new era of interior architecture in Minneapolis

The interior design team at Dakota's historic Minnesota church has made a new kind of interior art.The church was built in 1905 and is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the country, with the first stained glass windows opening in 1905.When it opened, it was the largest church in the Midwest.Now, it's been a haven for interior artists since the 1930s.This was the first interior art work in...

‘No-one else can tell me’: ‘I’m not even a candidate for the building’

In this photo taken from a video posted to Twitter, a building is seen on a hillside in a remote village in northern Uganda.The video shows the building being constructed by a group of volunteers in the capital, Kampala, and is titled "No-One Else Can Tell Me."The group, known as "Pancho," is run by a woman named "Paparika."The building was built by volunteers for the Pancho Mission, an...

The Architecture of Modernism: A History

French architect Gilles Jeansonne has spent the last several decades re-envisioning architecture, reimagining it as an aesthetic form, as an object of critique and a social and political statement.He's been called "the father of modernism," a term often applied to architects who challenged the dominant trends of the day.He was also the subject of a documentary that was broadcast on French...