Michael J. Lewis writes about the new exhibit of Frank Furness, an architect who lost fortune during Modernism's but was rediscovered when architects started questioning that era.
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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Made entirely from recycled paper, NakedBoard can be used as decorative wall board,...
The Windy City's evaluation highlights that reducing energy intensity could lead to a 23-percent drop in energy use and $77-million in annual savings.
The United States will soon reopen an embassy in Cuba's capital, as part of changing diplomatic relations with the country. Here is a look back in time at former U.S. embassies there.
A "GIY" (Grow it Yourself) kit, a 1975 clip of Judith Edelman on Sesame Street, and more links for Friday.
The new, flexible design allows a direct connection to the urban landscape the Institute commits to improve.
The Middle Eastern waste management company will source environmentally-conscious materials and integrate systems that are adapted to Sharjah’s climate.
The luminous, three-dimensional installation connects via magnetic ends to serve functional and decorative purposes.
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