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The ‘Greenest’ Architects in America?
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The ‘Greenest’ Architects in America?

A recent report from the AIA Committee on the Environment reveals which design... Read more

The Risk of Knowing What’s Actually Inside the Products You Specify
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The Risk of Knowing What’s Actually Inside the Products You Specify

A new white paper from the AIA’s Materials Knowledge Working Group helps... Read more

The G-List Revisited: Finding the Greatest and Greenest Buildings
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The G-List Revisited: Finding the Greatest and Greenest Buildings

Are standards of design excellence and sustainable performance in architecture... Read more

The Top 10 States for LEED Per Capita in 2015
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The Top 10 States for LEED Per Capita in 2015

Last year saw the highest average among the top 10 states since 2010. Read more

Natural Resources as Architectural Capital
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Natural Resources as Architectural Capital

Better baseline business practices could help the sector achieve its environmental... Read more

The Building Sector’s Role in the UN Climate Change Conference
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The Building Sector’s Role in the UN Climate Change Conference

ARCHITECT caught up with U.S. Green Building Council president Roger Platt at the... Read more

Singapore and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Build a Materials Test Lab
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Singapore and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Build a Materials Test Lab

The nearly completed rotatable facility will be used to test how building products... Read more

A LEED Green Associate Credential is Your Gateway to Green
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A LEED Green Associate Credential is Your Gateway to Green

Showcase your knowledge, experience and credibility in the green building... Read more

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Nine Green-Product Databases for Architects, Specifiers, and Consumers
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Nine Green-Product Databases for Architects, Specifiers, and Consumers

Use these guides to find up-to-date information on the sustainability of building... Read more

California Selects Seven Architects for Its 7x7x7 Initiative to Green Existing Schools
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California Selects Seven Architects for Its 7x7x7 Initiative to Green Existing Schools

The firms will develop seven conceptual case studies to reduce energy and water... Read more

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Bajalta California Bajalta California

SHoP Architects

2016 Venice Biennale: Australian Pavilion 2016 Venice Biennale: Australian Pavilion

Denton Corker Marshall, Aileen Sage Architects

Lake Michigan Beach Cottage Lake Michigan Beach Cottage

Ramsey Jones Architects

Mountain House Mountain House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Art Museum

HGA Architects and Engineers

WTS Paradigm WTS Paradigm

Eppstein Uhen Architects

Guest House Garden Pavilion Guest House Garden Pavilion

Vetter Denk Architecture

Redux House Redux House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Linear Cabin Linear Cabin

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

685 First Avenue 685 First Avenue

Richard Meier & Partners Architects

Thamesmead Civic Quarter Thamesmead Civic Quarter

Proctor and Matthews, Mecanoo

The Nord Family Greenway The Nord Family Greenway

Sasaki Associates

Halifax Central Library Halifax Central Library

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

2016 Venice Biennale: Irish Pavilion, "Losing Myself" 2016 Venice Biennale: Irish Pavilion, "Losing Myself"

Níall McLaughlin and Yeoryia Manolopoulou

UNIC UNIC

MAD Architects

Biesbosch Museum Biesbosch Museum

Studio Marco Vermeulen

Dijon Concrete Housings Dijon Concrete Housings

Ateliers O-S Architectes

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