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Other stories by Kim A. O'Connell

  • Field Survey

    Where are the gaps in preservation education?

  • The 2012 Evergreen Awards: Rice Fergus Miller Office and Studio

    An architecture and planning firm breathes new life into an abandoned automotive center and wins the Commercial Interiors category of the 2012 Evergreen Awards.

  • The 2012 Evergreen Awards: Full Goods Warehouse

    A 1974 storehouse is revitalized as a mixed-use development and wins the Evergreen Awards Existing Buildings category.

  • Local Harvest

    Sustainable Northwest helps area architects to source environmentally preferable wood products.

  • Grand Function

    The renovation of a historic federal building goes for a groundbreaking net-zero energy goal.

  • Standard-Bearer

    Puerto Rico is one of the most environmentally troubled islands in the Caribbean. Can one building change that?

  • Research and Rehabilitation

    The Fort Belvoir Community Hospital takes a holistic and analytical approach to sustainable healthcare design.

  • Reverse Brain Drain

    Keeping architecture relevant is about keeping it real.

  • Architecture Aloft

    The adaptive reuse of a Bauhaus-influenced building at the Georgia Institute of Technology includes careful treatment of the building envelope and innovative mechanical systems.

  • Branching Out

    Architects are offering supplemental services as a way of staying afloat in a tough economy.