• Erin Tallman

    Erin Tallman is a journalist and the Editor in Chief for ArchiExpo e-magazine. She contributes to other online publications and, as an author, has already published her first novel.

    A 21st century cabinet of curiosities, New York’s Chamber boutique leads its second annual limited editions collection of unusual and experimental objects. “Human Nature,” curated by renowned photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman, follows the seasons with two separate installments, called Chapters. ‘Tis the...

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    In 2014 a team of designers kick virtual reality in design up a notch. It’s called Gravity, the perfect solution to visualize your ideas from the first sketch. Composed only of a pen, a pad and augmented reality glasses, Gravity puts designs in 3-D form while drawing.   Click here to read a past issue on 3-D...

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    Although some countries have extended the celebration, the International Year of Light 2015 has come to a close. Here’s a special highlight on innovative lighting products. The Lighting Architecture Movement Project (LAMP) held its second annual competition and announced three first prize winners. Established...

    “Wood, a sustainable and natural substance, is the ideal material of this constructive revolution in progress,” said Eric Richard, architect at Kerosene, in magazine Séquences Bois on July 6. Throughout the construction trade fair, exhitibors presented wood in interesting ways. We learned more about Accoya wood, an...

    Architecture professionals filled the space dedicated to sub-Saharan Africa at Batimat 2015. Among the opportunities presented, Cameroon delegates discussed their long-term development project Cameroon Vision 2035, launched in February 2009. Although development in Cameroon is only now kicking off, there’s much on the...

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    A space dedicated to the sub-Saharan Africa at Batimat 2015 presented current architecture opportunities in six countries experiencing sustained growth: Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Gabon, Nigeria, Senegal and Chad. Development in Africa as a whole brings up the question of local and international participation. Most...

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    French company Midlightsun has come up with a fiber optic fabric that emits light, presented at this year’s exhibition Batimat. Tagged “Made in France,” the optical and textile fibers are weaved together to create a similar effect to that of synthetic or jacquard fabrics. The fabric emits light when connected to LEDs....

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    Our Batimat tour bus pulled up near the end of the afternoon November 3, 2015. The Parisian sky, cluttered with clouds of various grays, blended with the façade of our last visit. Deep purple faded to silver, then to black, reflecting the celestial mood. The shape of a bird, repeated 200,000 times in aluminum...

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    From November 2 to 6, 2015, Paris brought together three exhibitions under one roof: French construction trade fair Batimat, Interclima+Elec and Idéobain. Located at the exhibition center Parc des Expositions, the event focused on innovation, training and business opportunities. Various panels of experts selected 82...

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    As the goal to reduce energy consumption grows for countries around the world, the French launched the Energy Transition for Green Growth in 2014. The plan calls for the post-oil era and a stronger, more sustainable energy model where prices, depletion of resources and environmental protection requirements are...

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