With the looming possibility of water shortages, desertification, and the necessity of finding alternative fuel sources on the horizon, humanity's booming numbers may soon be need of some solid solutions to ensure that we as a species are able to survive and thrive in the future.
In preparation for this, a number of architects are busy cracking their skulls and making architectural plans for the future of greener living. Here's a list of top picks that will leave you looking forward to the future of architecture:
Why do we use oil in our cooking? There are two main answers to this question. First, oil makes the food tasty. Second, it raises the temperature to 180 degrees centigrade during cooking. This temperature is needed to cook food in the best possible manner. Almost all Indian food preparations need oil to cook the food; so, the concept of oilless food can be a bit of a discomfort to most home makers. It is true that you can now make food without oil and still get the same taste that you would get with oil. How? Read more
The Cove 3 house by SAOTA involves a concept the create a living space to maximize the panoramic views and connections to the surrounding landscape. Check out more pictures of the residence below: Read more