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Everything Must Go: Brian Ulrich's Photographs of Dark Stores and Dead Malls

Chicago photographer Brian Ulrich has traveled the country documenting the fallout of the recession: scores of dead and dying retail establishments. More

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AIA Announces 2010 Institute Honor Awards

The AIA has named the 2010 recipients of the Institute Honor Awards, which celebrate excellence in architecture, interior architecture, and urban design. More

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Case Study: Michigan Group Home Combines Accessibility and Sustainability

A Detroit non-profit serving people with developmental disabilities has built one of the country’s first sustainable and accessible group homes. More

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Ohio State's Solar House I

From its barn siding to its locally sourced materials, OSU’s Solar Decathlon entry channels the Buckeye State inside and out. More

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Urban Renewal

Thanks to President Obama's focus on urban places, designers who engage with the city in compelling ways now have a chance to be heard. Four firms make the case for reinventing American urbanism. More

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Hardwood Flooring's Green Message Grows on Pros and Consumers

As recently as a year ago, Epcon Communities was not specifying hardwood flooring in its home market of Columbus, Ohio. The builder of slab-on-grade, ranch condominiums in the $180,000 to $250,000 price range installed carpet and vinyl surfaces in its homes, says Craig Thomas, vice president of development and construction for the Dublin, Ohio-based developer. More

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Green Affordable Housing Development Debuts in Ohio

Rising from the ashes of a demolished 11-acre housing project in Columbus, Ohio's north side is Greenview Estates, and the use of green in the development’s name is no coincidence. The community is Columbus' first energy-efficient, affordable housing neighborhood. More

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