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  • Game Changer

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  • Design/Build Meets Prototyping in Red Hook, Brooklyn

    Devoid of distractions, Red Hook’s isolated atmosphere is the ideal home for Bigprototype, the experimental design/build studio of John Nafziger and Sarah Strauss.

  • Brooklyn Waterfront Harbors a Design/Build Community

    Once the world’s busiest freight port, today Red Hook, Brooklyn, is a hotbed for small design and manufacturing businesses, like Pelle, a husband-and-wife design duo who live and work in the area.

  • Will One World Trade Center Still Be Named America’s Tallest Tower?

    Two weeks ago, we told you that One World Trade Center is now New York’s tallest building. Fact. But as they continue to build onto the tower, eventually reaching the patriotic 1,776 feet, critics have called into question whether it will be considered America’s tallest building.

  • Grand Function

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

  • Healthy Outlook

    Architects and healthcare providers agree that flexible design is crucial to controlling future costs for healthcare.