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.
This new office and hotel complex in Mexico City was selected as an award winner in the 62nd annual Progressive Architecture Awards.
This new center in Salt Lake City is, the New York-based firm hopes, a luminous metaphor for the state of the justice system in America.
The 3D-printed structure is composed of modules that capture and store solar energy, and can be used at night to illuminate the pavilion based on the day's environmental conditions.
Gathering data to change occupant behavior is the next frontier in sustainable design (see LEED's new Dynamic Plaque). Here's why...
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.
The Middle Eastern waste management company will source environmentally-conscious materials and integrate systems that are adapted to...
Two shelters and one installation, selected as winners in the annual design competition, will be constructed in Winnipeg, Canada.
The novel manufacturing process breaks down closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam into pellets that can be used in the manufacture of new...
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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