un-
1  a prefix meaning “not,” freely used as an English formative, giving negative or opposite force in adjectives and their derivative adverbs and nouns (unfair; unfairly; unfairness; unfelt; unseen; unfitting; unformed; unheard-of; un-get-at-able), and less freely used in certain other nouns (unrest; unemployment).

ar⋅chi⋅tec⋅ture
1. the profession of designing buildings, open areas, communities, and other artificial constructions and environments, usually with some regard to aesthetic effect. Architecture often includes design or selection of furnishings and decorations, supervision of construction work, and the examination, restoration, or remodeling of existing buildings

We are not schooled architects, we are simply in love with designing really cool stuff. Like bumblebees, we don’t really know any better. Join us for the ride, unarchitecture is first and foremost a project for the fun and love of it, we are not professionals in the strictest sense of the word. But if you like what you see, feel free to approach our contributors, we’ll be happy to help you achieve your dream.

Languagesturbators might say it should be un-architecture, and not unarchitecture, under the stipulation that is is not a word common enough to gain such status. We say; we invented it, our rules apply.

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