The six-story glass, timber, and aluminum building is expected to be completed late next year.Read More
The move will sync the code with Standard 189.1 to provide a single resource for code officials and project teams while likely modifying LEED.Read More
Affordable Housing Finance founder Andre Shashaty examines the progress and setbacks of housing efforts over the past 50 years.Read More
This year, two projects played the roles of design-issue instigators: the Lowline and the New York City Streetlight.Read More
Despite a disappointing spring and summer for residential construction, Metrostudy chief economist Brad Hunter forecasts gradual improvement through the rest of the year.Read More
With the Dominion purchase, PulteGroup puts itself in position to become the second largest builder in the country.Read More
Five concepts for the city's waterfront space will be unveiled next week. In Chicago, construction divers working on the Riverwalk extension battle flooding challenges.Read More
Here are some of the hottest topics up for debate concerning the discipline and profession of architecture.Read More
Stuttgart University employs robots to fabricate the shell of a pavilion about innovative construction methods.Read More
In my hometown of St. Louis, segregation remains a tragic fact of life, thanks in part to its racially and economically divisive patchwork of 115 local governments.Read More
An early morning tremor on Sunday destroyed several homes and damaged many more buildings.Read More
A few rugged details can create welcoming vibes in your home.Read More
A white-light color palette distinguishes between the man-made and natural elements of this memorial commemorating those that have been lost to violence.
Fixtures from Eaton's Cooper Lighting Business, Hubbell Lighting, Acuity Brands/Holophane, and Cree offer high output and sturdy construction for a range of high-traffic and hazardous spaces.Read More
Self-assembling materials, like this surrogate tissue developed by researchers at Tufts University, could lead to building systems that emulate living organisms.Read More
By merging landscape and architecture, this plan aims to create a new seat of government for South Korea—and a new form of urbanism.Read More
The musical legacy of the “Godfather of Go-Go” is celebrated at a new memorial in Langdon Park, Washington, D.C.Read More
Due to by-law changes established by the Higher Learning Commission in 2012, the school is exploring alternative options for remaking the school, which dates back to 1932.Read More
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