Among the architectural splendours of the 'Athens of the North' as Edinburgh is described are the many fine churches and cathedrals. Here is a concise list of the most significant buildings of the city
Arts and Crafts style was based on simple design, natural materials and handmade artisanship. It was a reactionary response against the industrial excesses during the Victorian Era.
Pole buildings are one of the cheapest ways to protect livestock from heat stress, protect feed from rain, and protect equipment from rain and sun. These are some methods to economize pole barn plans.
An A-frame timber home, usually built to blend with nature, is a popular choice among those who love the 'living outdoors' lifestyle, sometimes tucked away in a serene environment with a scenic view.
Britain has some of the smallest buildings in the World. Come and take a look at some of the most crazy and cute oddities that are scattered around the Countryside!
These houses may look like science fiction, but they are some of the most practical and Earth-friendly structures around. Plus, each Earthship has the potential to be entirely self-sufficient.
Zen-style Japanese architecture: The typical Zen style complex is axial in plan and bilaterally symmetrical, which is reflective of the regimentation of the Zen monk's daily life. Each act of a Buddhist monk's day is devised to contribute to the big picture of their religious discipline. Zen sects...
A bridge is a structure which is built to link two areas of land over an obstacle such as a valley or a body of water like rivers, lakes and oceans. The basic idea of a bridge is to reduce the distance between two pieces of lands that are...
Steel Buildings are an excellent option for anyone looking for additional building spaces for use around their home, business or storage areas. There are specially designed Steel Building kits available for both residential and commercial uses....
Commonly referred to as Holyrood Palace the official title for the British Queen's residence in Scotland is actually The Palace of Holyroodhouse. It has lain at the foot of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh for over 500 years and is one of the lesser know palaces of the British Monarchy.