From the Magazine: Architects share their top insulated wall systems. [ARCHITECT]
ICYMI: HDR | TMK, JSWD Architects, Sander Hofrichter Architects, and TSJ Architects, will modernize the University Klinikum of Schelswig-Holstein's (UKSH) Kiel and Lübeck campuses in Germany. The AIA released its semi-annual Consensus Construction forecast, which anticipates increases in construction spending over the next two years.
Instagram of the Day:
Map of the Day: This U.S. map indicates what people in each state are most searching for when it comes to real estate. [Estately]
Six More Stories for Thursday:
A rare Louis Kahn–designed house is on the market for $289,900. [Fast Company's Co.Design]
This week, English Heritage listed 14 post-war office buildings for preservation. [The Guardian]
The challenges of affordable housing in rural communities. [The Atlantic]
High Line co-founder Joshua David will chat with critic Paul Goldberger, Hon. AIA, and SHoP Architects's Vishaan Chakrabarti, AIA, at the the Museum of the City of New York next week. [Friends of the High Line]
The trend of Italians selling their family estates is "indicative of Italy's place as a country caught between its past glory and its modern difficulty in producing an innovative climate capable of ensuring its future." [The New York Times]
Clog will host a public panel revisiting its fifth issue, National Mall, at the Cooper Union in New York on Friday, Jan. 30. The panelists include Rob Rogers, FAIA, of Rogers Partners Architects + Urban Designers, Chris McVoy of Steven Holl Architects, Thomas Wong, AIA, of Ennead Architects, and Marion Weiss, FAIA, of Weiss / Manfredi Architecture / Landscape / Urbanism. [Clog]
Step Up, Step Down:
IA Interior Architects opened an office in Portland, Ore.
Amy Huntington was named president of Philips Lighting Americas. [Architectural Lighting]
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