If the United Nations can’t put us on the path to sustainability, architects should step up.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation converts an asphalt parking lot into a LEED Platinum campus that aims to offer a more natural site.
Designers and researchers discussed brains and buildings at the 2014 meeting of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture.
The Tokyo-based firm designed a glazed, split-level house in Japan’s Saitama prefecture that explores the owner’s interest in the networks formed by space and nature.
Richard Meier has designed a relatively modest new beachfront house for long-time clients that marries his signature orthogonals with an exceptional transparency.
Don’t just hand over the keys to a project. The post-occupancy review is a critical next step that should be part of your firm’s overall...
Energy, materials, health, resilience and the near future of architecture.
More than four years after its predecessor, and one year later than originally planned, LEED v4 will be launched at Greenbuild 2013. Was...
Scientists in Italy and Sweden believe plastic can be recycled more efficiently by using bacterial cultures and fungi strains to break down...
These environmentally friendly finishes and systems promote daylighting, the use of recycled materials, and sound dampening.
An award-winning product eliminates the plastic bottle from portable water, but it may prove too delicate—and too strange—to solve the...
The sky may be the limit for prefab modular towers.
Revising the blueprint for campus living.
How close is architecture to carbon neutrality?
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