Glass block, which enjoyed popularity in the 1920s and again int he 1970s, is making a comeback as a sustainable, affordable material for luxury residential touches in Philadelphia.
Aaron Betsky says that Hurricane Sandy proves that we need infrastructure for our basic...
In a commission dealing with the heavy topics of death and remembrance, HGA decided on...
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The free, public format aims to standardize the disclosure of building product contents...
Made entirely from recycled paper, NakedBoard can be used as decorative wall board,...
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Two bridges by RO&AD in The Netherlands use minimal construction and illusory perspectives to dematerialize the typically dense infrastructure type.
The move signals the St. Louis–based firm's re-entry into sports architecture. In other stories driving the day, construction began on the Bjarke Ingels–designed Lego House in Denmark.
A custom-designed LED-baffle ceiling system provides an indirect, ambient lighting solution for this multilevel space.
A new energy-saving, maintenance-friendly, high-color-rendering lighting design illuminates this grand architecturally complex space.
A red and white color palette, along with strategically placed lighting elements, provides a sleek and minimalist-styled makeover to the company's Morristown, N.J., headquarters.
AIA chief economist Kermit Baker attributes the boost in design activity in part to the institutional sector which is finally strengthening after more than five years of suffering.
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