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  1. call for designers and architects!

    join us in the new sharing area moroso design – the act of telling design through your projects

    to post projects, illustrations, drawings and sketches on our FLICKR account, use you flickr account and looking
    for the group “area sharing moroso”. so upload!

    if you have not any flickr account, please send an e-mail to foto@morosoworld.it and you will receive your password.

    visit http://www.morosoworld.it/

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building (n.)

1. a usually roofed and walled structure built for permanent use (as for a dwelling)

2. the art or business of assembling materials into a structure

building (v.)

1. to form by ordering and uniting materials by gradual means into a composite whole : construct

bloc (n.)

1. a combination of persons, groups, or nations forming a unit with a common interest or purpose

block (n.)

1. a hollow rectangular building unit usually of artificial material

2. a usually rectangular space (as in a city) enclosed by streets and occupied by or intended for buildings

building block (n.)

1. a unit of construction or composition; especially : something essential on which a larger entity is based

The Building Bloc(k) is meant as a forum to discuss all things architecture along with the allied fields. Architecture is both my passion and my profession so at any given time architecture holds various sways over me. Usually it excites. Occasionally it angers. Sometimes it confuses. But no matter what emotion it evokes, architecture not only needs but deserves a discussion (sometimes serious, sometimes fun) to advance the field in a positive direction. Please join the discussion.

– thebldgbloc(k)




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