Zoning

 

Zoning

  • Humanscale Personal Zone Air Purifier

    An air purifier designed for contract interior and hospitality applications.

     
  • Brave New Codes

    Promoted by New Urbanists, form-based codes are gaining in popularity around the country. What do they mean for architects?

     
  • San Francisco Digital Content Analysis Model

    A 3D model of San Francisco developed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is being used to track old and new construction and determine the viability of future developments.

     
  • New Orleans

    Four years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is slowly battling back, thanks to federal dollars, disaster relief block grants, and tax credits.

     
  • Meridian, Idaho

    Once bucolic dairy land, Meridian has become Idaho's third-largest city and a thriving business hub, thanks to a corridor approach to development.

     
  • The CITY MULTI R2-Series From Mitsubishi Electric HVAC

    The CITY MULTI R2-Series, a variable-refrigerant-flow zoning system from Mitsubishi Electric HVAC Advanced Products Division, features INVERTER technology and simultaneous cooling and heating. The technology varies the speed of the compressor drive to deliver the exact amount of cooling or heating...

     
  • The Aerada 1200 Series CS Gooseneck Faucet From Bradley Corp.

    The Aerada 1200 Series CS Gooseneck Faucet from Bradley Corp. features a 1.5-gallon (5.6-L) per minute laminar flow to conserve water. The faucet saves energy by automatically shutting off after a user’s hands leave the sensor area. The omni-directional detection zone surrounding the entire spout...

     
  • Transbay May Lead to New San Francisco Skyline

    The San Francisco Planning Department has announced a new zoning proposal that would increase height allowances on several sites surrounding the proposed Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects-designed Transbay Terminal tower. Dubbed the Transit Center District Pl

     
  • Who's Tall Now?

    You'd think it would be tough to cloak a nearly 1,900-foot-tall building in secrecy, yet that's exactly what's happening with the proposed China 117 Tower in Tianjin, China, and many other skyscrapers still in the proposal or early building phases.

     
 
 
 
 

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