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High-Stake Projects Get A Formaldehyde-Free Makeover

Architects finally have a design path without compromises. More

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Morning News Roundup: Nov. 18, 2014

The violation of a secret ballot may have halted plans for a triangular skyscraper... More

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Up and Running: Financial Basics For Your New Firm

Hanging out your shingle with high-minded design goals won’t mean much if you can’... More

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Up and Running: Financial Basics For Your New Firm

Hanging out your shingle with high-minded design goals won’t mean much if you can’t stay in business. These simple suggestions can help you keep your firm financially afloat. More

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Yea or Nay on Bottle Bills?

Only 10 U.S. states have bottle bills in place, with deposits ranging from 5 cents to 15 cents depending on the beverage. Do you think bottle bills promote civic responsibility by force of habit? Should more states should put bottle bills in place? More

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Incorporating Your Practice

There are numerous ways to incorporate your business, so which one is right for... More

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Firm Profile: Behnisch Architekten

At Behnisch Architekten, there is never just one solution to any given problem. More

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The Department of Defense's Ban on LEED Spending is Lifted

USGBC had a good reason to ring in 2014: Just before the new year, President Barack Obama lifted the Department of Defense's ban on spending for LEED Gold and Platinum certifications. More

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The Department of Defense's Ban on LEED Spending is Lifted

USGBC had a good reason to ring in 2014: Just before the new year, President Barack Obama lifted the Department of Defense's ban on spending for LEED Gold and Platinum certifications. More

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Architect Morning Newswire: New iPhones from Apple, New Democratic Candidate for NYC Mayor

Bill de Blasio wins the New York Democratic mayoral primary, Apple releases a... More

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