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A carboard box by Google can bring virtual reality to architecture

The global search engine giant has launched a new product, Google Cardboard, that easily allows users to experience virtual reality.

This, according to ArchDaily, can make waves in the field of architecture.

Imagine Google Maps, but for proposed projects and designs. A client will be able to tilt his or head up, down, left, or right, and see what a room will look like from various angles.

Figure-eight shaped hotel to open around PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics Facility

In preparation for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, Seoul-based firm Planning Korea unveiled an angular infinite-sign shaped seaside hotel to host visitors.

SANAA and Snøhetta tie at first place for Budapest museum bid

Japanese practice SANAA and Norwegian firm Snøhetta have both been chosen as winners in a competition to design a museum in the planned Budapest City Park, Dezeen reports.

Too many construction projects don’t meet owners’ expectations: KPMG report

Despite their planning and risk management efforts, owners are still finding that a sizable percentage of their projects are either failing or aren’t coming in anywhere near on time or on budget.

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