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  • Categories: Security

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    With more people than ever flying, the needs of travelers and the demands of airport security are evolving in tandem. Passengers today represent a wider spectrum of abilities and backgrounds, requiring security measures that are both comprehensive and inclusive.

  • Categories: Urbanization

    Transforming Urban Landscapes: Unlocking the Potential of Parking Facilities

    “Whoever said life was about the journey and not the destination never had to look for a place to park,” writes journalist Henry Grabar, in his book Paved Paradise: How Parking Explains the World. “Every trip must begin and end with a parking space, and in no uncertain terms. We expect parking to be immediately available, […]

  • Categories: Urbanization

    OCEANIX: The World’s First Prototype of a Smart Floating City

    Water is life — and throughout history, human settlements have always gravitated towards living near bodies of water. An estimated half of the world’s population live within 100 kilometers of a coast, which is a population density of around twice the global average. Likewise, 14 ouf of 17 largest cities are located on coasts, with 11 in […]

  • Categories: Urbanization

    Designing Subway Stations for the Future: Safety and Aesthetics

    “An advanced city is not a place where the poor move about in cars, rather it's where even the rich use public transportation," said Enrique Peñalosa, the former mayor of Bogotá. But how can we ensure safety while fostering aesthetics that attract and engage users?

  • Categories: Society

    Why Flex Living Is Changing the Rules of the Real Estate Market

    There is a new profile of citizen that needs to access housing in a different way: giving priority to services, time flexibility and more. The rise of flex living is tied to significant demographic shifts and changes in the workforce, impacting the real estate market as profoundly as the shortage of available space in large population centers and the continuous increase in prices.

  • Categories: Architecture

    Know Your Architecture: Baroque Architecture and 5 Finest Examples

    “A painting is complete when it has the shadows of a god,” said Rembrandt, the legendary 17th century Dutch painter known for his baroque style, describing the essence of baroque art. The term “baroque” originated from an irregularly shaped and a “perfectly imperfect” type of pearl, which defines most of the natural freshwater pearls. However, baroque is […]

  • Categories: Technology

    How Digital Twins Are Changing Construction

    “Measure twice and cut once,” goes an English proverb, emphasizing the importance of the accuracy and efficiency of a design for craftspeople, as it might end up being a waste of time and material otherwise. The construction industry has long suffered from a poor reputation for its inefficiencies, delays, and cost overruns. Even though the industry has increasingly […]

  • Categories: Architecture

    8 Examples of Accessible Spaces for the Visually Impaired

    In recent years, the widespread use of digital devices has led to an increase in vision problems, highlighting the growing need for inclusive architecture and accessibility for those who are blind or have visual disabilities.