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Mosa presents Murals Fuse, a ceramic series that offers a fresh approach in designing with tiles. Part of the award-winning Murals line, Fuse is lively and interactive, transforming architectural surfaces into vibrant works of art and bringing the user to the centre of the spatial experience.

Algorithmic design: an insight into T2.a Architects’ process

Algorithms are increasingly being used to aid design across a host of industries, and now Budapest-based T2.a Architects has incorporated the technology into a new residential building. The project’s chief architect, Bence Turanyi talks to Patrick Kingsland about how it is shaping the company’s wider design process.

Design & Build Review: Issue 44

In this issue: Bringing experience back to architecture, making algorithms work for residential design, how robots are driving the future of construction, and more

Seismic shift: tech to make buildings more earthquake-resistant

Geoscientists recently predicted 2018 would see a noticeable increase in earthquakes across the world as a result of changes in the earth’s rotational patterns. This might be debatable, but what is not is the need for greater innovation in the design of quake-resistant buildings, as Ross Davies reports.

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Wilshire Grand Centre, Los Angeles

The Wilshire Grand Centre is a large-scale, urban mixed-use project developed at the site of the former Wilshire Grand Hotel, in downtown Los Angeles, US. At 1,100ft, the Wilshire Grand Centre redefined the city’s skyline when it opened in June 2017.

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