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  • A Quality Design Rendering Is as Much Art as Architecture

    Each building has a story to tell. Illustrator Guillaume Paturel and his architectural rendering firm, By-Encore, ensure it’s effectively conveyed.

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    The blog Life at HOK reveals a more transparent workplace and showcases the firm's diverse talent.

  • Going Deeper

    About 5 percent of what people think and feel is articulated, says Fathom founder Christine Astorino. Her consultancy helps architects comprehend, and design for, the elusive 95 percent.

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    HOK's Yann Weymouth brings daylighting to a space normally preferred dark.

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    Building skins become truly dynamic, thanks to new LED technology.

  • Pro Bono Gains Traction Among Architects

    A survey of the members of Public Architecture's The 1% project--which asks firms to commit 1 percent of their yearly billable hours to pro bono efforts--and the AIA's creation of pro bono guidelines suggest that architects are increasingly interested in socially responsible work.

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    The board of HOK Group and the managers of HOK Sport Venue Event, which has been a part of HOK for a quarter century and a wholly owned subsidiary since 2000, have agreed to a transfer of ownership, allowing HOK Sport to become an independent firm.

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    An interview with Javier Presas about LEED design and construction.

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    Logan International Airport in Boston currently ranks 20th in the nation in passenger volume, according to its website, and in the mid-1990s it initiated a modernization project, mainly to improve roadways and terminals. To that end, the airport and Delta Air Lines wanted to create “a terminal to...