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Industry Divided Over Proposed Energy Legislation

Architecture and energy efficiency organizations weigh in on the latest version of the Shaheen-Portman bill, which could become the first piece of significant energy legislation passed by Congress in seven years. More

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The Japan Art Association Awards David Chipperfield Praemium Imperiale

Architect joins legacy of over 100 laureates from the 25-year-old association. More

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The Japan Art Association Awards David Chipperfield Praemium Imperiale

Architect joins legacy of over 100 laureates from the 25-year-old association. More

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Product Category Review: Thermal Controls

Advances in thermal controls show how smart building technologies live up to their name. More

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Net-zero Homes for the Aleutian Islands

If you think designing a truly efficient building for your region is a challenge, try making one work in Alaska's Aleutian Islands. More

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Eco, Minus the Edgy Looks

A Passive House builder in North Carolina designs homes that look traditional, with a forward-thinking energy strategy. More

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Cathode Lighting Systems CLS-Slim

A cold-cathode luminaire with a lamp life of up to 100,000 hours. More

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When It Leaks It Pours

Water intrusion makes up more than 70 percent of construction litigation. Roofs are often the culprit. More

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David Chipperfield Architects: Anchorage Art Museum

David Chipperfield Architects designed this museum to reflect the Alaskan landscape—and with a mirrored façade, it does so literally. More

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It’s Time to Take the Lead on Water

Population growth means demand for water will continue to rise. We need to focus on conservation now--even when it's raining. More

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