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Six members of Congress who are likely to shape the agenda for the built environment—for better or for worse.
As the U.S. inches toward economic recovery, the focus on luxury condo towers shifts to market-rate rental apartments.
In certain sectors, says DLR Group's Griff Davenport, capital-improvement projects can...
Cheaper and more efficient than ever, thin-film solar cells are gaining market share...
The economic slowdown landed in Sioux Falls later and more gently than in other U.S...
The design and fabrication studio, which fuses art, architecture, and industrial design, shows us its new home.
Mancini Duffy's Center for Workplace Innovation wants to change how clients do business.
As Robert Ivy prepares for his new role as CEO of the American Institute of Architects, he shares his ambitions for the organization.
The ABI and Zahner develop a kinetic shading system whose aesthetics are eclipsed only by its potential to help save energy.
Bing Thom preserves a pair of late midcentury theaters and upgrades a D.C. cultural institution to must-see status.
Two underground bookstores won P/A Awards six years apart. Both point to the promise—and the problems—of building below grade.
For 10 days in February, volunteers will hold up a metal-and-fabric heart, by Brooklyn's Freecell, in Times Square.
An Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibit has 150 objects by the venerable Italian design company.
The latest volume in the deconstructionist architect's documentation of his evolving design philosophy.
The National Building Museum hosts an exhibit about the six world's fairs held in the U.S. in the 1930s.
A new line of decorative panels by Duo-Guard is available in translucent or opaque designs.
Fireclay Tile's new large-format ceramic wall tiles are 1/4-inch thick and come in 14 colors.
These exterior architectural panels by Formica are manufactured for vertical application.
This line of 2-foot-square ceiling tiles has added nine new patterns.
These ceiling panels features 75% recycled content, Class A sound absorption, and painted edges.
These metal ceiling panels use a perforation process to create custom artwork, brand logos, and shapes.
The Elixir wallpaper collection incorporates both hand-drawn and geometric patterns.
Lamberts Art Glass from Bendheim is produced with a mouth-blown method to give each sheet a unique appearance.
Designed by Archirivolto Design, Deluxe from the FDV Collection comprises multiple triangular facets.
ColumnLight is a vertical luminous trellis that uses optical-lighting-film technology to create high illumination.
The Fungi Lamp, designed by Andreas Kowalewski, is shaped like a mushroom.
Cork architecture: London designer Yemi Awosile creates cork surfaces from the byproduct of wine stopper production.
Essentially, The Roof That Goes Up In Smoke is an inflatable, lighted pillow for temporary pavilions.
This contoured, jointless faucet design includes an LED that indicates water temperature.
BioPCM by Phase Change Energy Solutions is a mix of chemicals that change from liquid to solid (and vice versa) at a set temperature.
This new sliding window is available in single-hung, double-hung, horizontal sliding, or fixed formats.
This collection comes in three patterns, each with 12 color options, and is Cradle-to-Cradle Silver certified.
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