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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An interactive map of Manhattan buildings, repurposed Pittsburgh churches, and more news for Wednesday.
The accomplished architect and preservationist will work part-time as a senior strategic adviser, focusing on ILFI's Living Product and Living Community challenges.
MIT Sloan's original building, E52, will re-open in January 2016 and feature a light installation by artist Leo Villareal.
A new tool called Urban Layers tracks Manhattan's rise, block by block, since 1765.
In places where the faithful once gathered you can now see a concert, take a class and sip a microbrew.
With a parody ad, a building workers' union takes on the AVA High Line, a luxury New York apartment building.
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