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  • Kent State Announces Winning Team for New Architecture Building

    Kent State has a winning team creating their new architecture building. Weiss/Manfredi will be lead designer on a $40 million project, and will collaborate with architect-of-record Richard L. Bowen & Associates.

  • Cincinnati Art Museum Gets an Open Office Plan

    After years in shared offices, drafting floors, cubicles, and fancy offices, Aaron Betsky is enjoying an open-office space for the first time.

  • Aaron Betsky Visits the University of Coventry's New Student Center

    Student centers are becoming places for collaborative studying in addition to amenities such as offices, cafeterias, and mail rooms. When students leave universities, they take that collaborative mindset to the office, where they adapt easily to open-plan office space.

  • Revolutionary Building Products Made from Rubber

    About 80 percent of the 300 million tires discarded in the U.S. each year is diverted from landfills and turned into everything from fuel to backfill. But the potential of scrap rubber can stretch even further.

  • Project Gallery: Health Care REIT Corporate Headquarters

    This somewhat stodgy and dark 1970’s era headquarters building, located in a 166 acre park-like setting, was transformed into an energetic light-infused, state-of-the-art headquarters for Health Care REIT: User-generated architecture from Duket Architects Planners & Centerbrook Architects and...

  • Architects and Designers Reimagine a Former Factory in Cincinnati

    Aaron Betsky judges the Live/Make Competition for a former factory building in Cincinnati, a competition that called for a new community of DIY folk who would share skills and tools, hearkening back to the Arts & Crafts days.

  • Plan Cincinnati Lays Down the Law with Form-Based Code

    Aaron Betsky says that a new form-based code for Cincinnati will take away many of the achievements that Plan Cincinnati, the first comprehensive plan in decades, gives in terms of clarity and possibilities.

  • Well Rounded

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

  • Political Stagecraft Comes to the Cincinnati Art Museum

    When President Barack Obama came to campaign in Cincinnati, his secret service and campaign people turned a small, open, amphitheater into what felt like a building of sorts, Aaron Betsky says.

  • Sports Stadia and Players Control Space

    When throwing the first pitch for the Cincinnati Reds, Aaron Betsky encounters a whole new experience of built stadia. While many are designed to make the game experience more intense for viewers, Betsky finds that the most intense spot is on the field, where the players are.