• Morning News Roundup: San Francisco Building Safety

    Architect Richard Rogers faces legal troubles, Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House gets a light installation, and more stories headlining Wednesday.

  • Award: NYC Loop

    FXFowle Architects reinvents the phone booth for the 21st century.

  • Chic Collection, Bendheim

    Architects have many design options with this line of architectural safety glass.

  • Tipping Point

    Two bike-share programs look to set a standard for healthier cities.

  • The AIA and Architecture for Humanity Partner to Offer Disaster Assistance Grants

    The recipients of the partnership’s new Disaster Grant Program will receive five grants that total $10,000 and go toward programs that offer architects education, advocacy, and training to assist their communities following a disaster.

  • New Amsterdams

    As water levels and the risk profiles of major coastal cities rise, new experts are meeting the challenge.

  • Code Green

    The International Code Council has unveiled its latest rulebook and long-awaited green code. Meanwhile, the USGBC is on the cusp of releasing LEED 2012. An overview of what you need to know.

  • Truly Universal Design

    Accessibility isn't just about mobility issues, such as ramps and rails. It's also about chemicals and environmental health.

  • Capital Safety DBI-SALA 50-Foot Sealed-Blok Lifeline

    The new DBI-SALA 50-Foot Sealed-Blok Self-Retracting Lifeline from Capital Safety features a 420-pound weight capacity, FAST-Line field replaceable lifeline and dual-mode rescue capability.

  • Capital Safety Portable Guardrail System

    Capital Safety has updated its portable guardrail system to feature lightweight bases with ergonomic handles, four rail receptacles and built-in toe-board brackets that allow many configurations.



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