Development

 

Development

  • Singapore offers a Global Lesson in Green

    ARCHITECT reports on the city-state’s incentive-heavy and increasingly research-focused sustainable construction sector at this year’s International Green Building Conference.

     
  • Morning News Roundup: University of Tennessee's Strong Hall

    Dubai wants to build a temperature-controlled mall-city, the Aspen Art Museum is prepping to move, and more links worth clicking this Thursday.

     
  • Morning News Roundup: Ottawa Building Demolished

    Chicago's Millennium Park is 10 years old this week, a photo composition of the Shard, and more links worth a read for Monday.

     
  • SITES v2 Launched

    The second version of the sustainable ratings system designed for landscapes is now available for widespread use.

     
  • Q+A: Sherry-Lea Bloodworth Botop

    The new executive director of the AIA's philanthropic arm talks about resiliency and the importance of architects in rebuilding efforts.

     
  • Architecture Firm Award: Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

    With a diverse body of work defined by a keen sensitivity to place, EDR has helped New Orleans rebuild from Katrina.

     
  • Adobe Releases Stylus and Digital Ruler

    The software maker branches out into hardware products and releases a suite of mobile sketching apps that sync with its Creative Cloud.

     
  • MakerBot and TechShop Join GE’s Open-Source Development Hub

    New partnerships bolster the Web-based hardware platform while the maker community gets a nod from the White House.

     
  • CityLife

    A new neighborhood is taking shape in Milan, and if the first completed structures—apartments by Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind—are any indication, it could be a model for urban development in the United States.

     
  • The Art of the Aerie

    As a spate of towers rise in New York and elsewhere, many are less than convincing in their vertical uplift. Here’s what contemporary architects have forgotten about building tall.

     
 
 
 
 

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