1. Canadian War Museum The national museum of military history was relocated to its current site in the 1990s, opening on the 8th of May 2005: the 60th anniversary of the end of World War Two. The design is striking. The concrete walls and roof somewhat resemble a bunker, and the moss and grass-covered top hint to themes of regeneration and renewal. The prominent fin that emanates from the east.. Read More
1. The Architect’s Studio Shed This one can be found in Toronto, and belongs to the founder of architecture firm Six Four Five. Perhaps ‘shed’ is a bit of an understatement, as the timber husk conceals a fully-functioning workspace that lies within. And, the timber really is stunning; as is the minimalist birch plywood finish. Take a look for yourself… 2. Monochrome Ski Lodge This curious structure.. Read More
Here are a couple of beautiful modern homes in Ottawa… Dunrobin Shores This beautiful modern home was designed by Christopher Simmonds Architect, and completed in 2014. A continuous wall of glass spans the dining, kitchen, and living spaces offering a full panorama of the river and hills. The interior is defined by a combination of natural and industrial materials, such as bamboo stair treads and polished concrete floors. Glebe Residence.. Read More
Over at Antilia Homes, we have been incredibly busy working on new projects, such as 79a Kenora Street… Our new Kenora Street development is a three-storey, linked-semi home. It boasts nine-foot ceilings throughout, a double car garage (tandem), and our signature bespoke interiors. The contemporary design offers floor-to-ceiling windows for its occupants, allowing for excellent natural light intake. In the winter months, the high-spec glass keeps residents warm. Take a.. Read More
Ravi Shanghavi has always been a fan of modern architecture, and has decided to turn this interest into a project. Introducing Antilia Homes, Ravi Shanghavi’s latest venture. With his vast knowledge in the field of Project Management, Ravi Shanghavi hopes to oversee a number of exciting new developments in various areas of Ottawa.
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Most startups fail. But many of those failures are preventable.Â The Lean Startup is a new approach being adopted across the globe, changing the way companies are built and new products are launched. This comprehensive guide is a perfect book for any budding entrepreneur, and is recommended by Ravi Shanghavi of Ottawa. You can purchase this book from Indigo Bookstore: 47 Rideau Street Ottawa Published by Ravi Shanghavi, Ottawa
Ottawa is the capital of Canada. It is the second largest city in the Â Province of Ontario and the fourth largest city in the Canada. Â The city is located on the south bank of the Ottawa river in the eastern portion of southern Ontario.Â It borders Gatineau and Quebec, which are located on the north bank of the Ottawa River and togethering form the National Capital Region (NCR). The city.. Read More