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    As hospital campuses grow, how can they simultaneously shrink their environmental footprints?

  • Tipping Point

    Two bike-share programs look to set a standard for healthier cities.

  • New Amsterdams

    As water levels and the risk profiles of major coastal cities rise, new experts are meeting the challenge.

  • Material Culture

    How much do you know about the materials that you're using?

  • Accentuate the Positive

    Salutogenic design may be the key to turning sustainability into more than a buzzword.

  • Designing the Building-Landscape Interface

    Experts see green surfaces as functional components of building systems, with evolving standards, clearer metrics, and definable benefits.

  • Flood? Quake? Fire? Call an Architect.

    Architects can make the difference between a resilient community and one whose hidden fissures become chasms.

  • Internal Revenue

    Opening up work environments is one way to tighten performance.

  • Lightness of Being

    Local needs bolster a national trend to redefine healthcare’s physical footprint.

  • Venturi House on Jersey Shore May Fall

    Unable to find a buyer who would like to preserve it, the owner of Robert Venturi's Lieb House, in Loveladies, N.J., has entered into a contract with a person interested only in the land the home sits on.