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  • AIA Indiana Announces Design Award Winners for 2014

    The jury picked eight sites, one of which was Columbus City Hall by Skidmore, Owings & Merill, recognized for AIA Indiana’s 25-year award.

  • Françoise Bollack's New Book Highlights the Most Innovative Adaptive Reuse Projects

    Forget the old anti-progress preservationists. Françoise Bollack's new book highlights how the movement’s future lies with projects that deftly merge historic and new.

  • Evergreening

    Filling in the gaps between sustainability and preservation practice.

  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: Music and Science Building

    The latest addition to Hood River Middle School in Hood River, Ore., designed by Opsis Architecture integrates permaculture education into a National Historic Landmark site.

  • Turning an old Chicago warehouse into a new family home

    An inventive rehabbing of a flatiron-shaped 1920s warehouse building included carving out courtyard and atrium spaces.

  • Guest Perks

    Can motel retrofits offer an investor-friendly model for affordable housing?

  • Recycling Building Materials

    Recent national and grassroots initiatives open the door for reuse to have a greater role in sustainable design.

  • Sustainable Sourcing

    The collapse of the housing market has forced many homeowners to make some tough choices. Until the market recovers, many who stay put are opting to fix up what they have with small-scale remodels and renovations.

  • Solar Enclosure for Water Reuse

    Designers: Center for Architecture Science and Ecology

  • Keep Austin Adaptive

    LTL's Arthouse at the Jones Center exemplifies the best in adaptive reuse, but at what cost?