Inspiration for Designers Block

It's been a while since I posted it to this blog. I've been busy with a few things recently, and I've just come back from a long Christmas holiday.

Since I got back from my holiday, I was faced with a lot of deadlines in the workplace. I had to work twice as hard to meet the deadlines in the office. What worried me most was the deadline for one of our residential projects. We only had a week left, and my brother and I still haven't had a design proposal.

I've had a hard time coming up with a design. No matter how hard I try I can't come up with a concept. So I searched the net for inspiration. I found a website with a lot of incredible designs that started to work again. This was one of the best websites to feature many good architectural designs.

They feature a lot of architects and designers who showcase their designs. Trendir is the magazine's website and brand. It has many useful sources for trends in architecture. What I really liked about their site is that they have a user-friendly design. Architectural Record is another website I frequently visit. Thanks to these two websites, I was able to come up with a design concept to present.


  1. How interesting that we should both come up with these blog similar titles, within 6 weeks of each other. Of course your blog is more about current architecture and mine is an art history blog, but that simply adds to the amount of information available.

    I love the design for your latest residence. It reminds me very much of the Bauhaus residences designed by Gropius or Mies van der Rohe after they left Germany and arrived in the USA.

    All the best

  2. Hello Hels

    First of all thanks for visiting my blog. I'm glad you like my design on this house. It's still under construction and I'm planning to place some pictures as soon as I'm done with the design of the interior.

    I just recently visited your blog and I love your post on Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus. I really admire their works and even though they are already more than half a century old they still stand out among the rest of the designs today, giving inspiration to most of the architects today.