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Identifying, using, and applying predictive analytics

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HDR BLiNK
Branden Collingsworth, HDR’s new Director of Predictive Analytics, clarifies what his team does and how architecture...
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Jeff Alexander
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The power of analytics in creating better in-store experiences and added value for retailers

CallisonRTKL's vision of the Mall of the Future. Larger view here; interactive website here. All images courtesy CallisonRTKL.

CallisonRTKL blog
As shopping center owners and operators look to use technology in innovative ways to support their brick-and-mortar...

Ohlone Community College’s Academic Core project in Fremont, Calif., introduces three new academic hybrid buildings that build community and enhance learning. Rendering courtesy CannonDesign

Cannon Design Blog
Even in the face of funding challenges and historic precedent, there are emerging examples of how partnership between...
How to manage the process and limit the risk of value engineering

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Whitehorn Financial Group blog
AEC consultant Steve Whitehorn shares several ways in which architects can be more effective managers of value-...

Yotel, New York City. Photo: JasonParis, flickr creative commons

Rob Cassidy
Hotels are going for a new minimalist look to attract younger guests, but some older business travelers don't like the...

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Sasaki Ideas
What would it look like if achieving universal accessibility was an inspiring point of departure for a project's design...
Can "active" building designs make people healthier?

The staircase at the GS&P-designed Methodist Olive Branch Hospital helps promote an active lifestyle. Renderings courtesy GS&P

GS&P Dialogue
The new high-performance Kaiser Permanente facility in Anne Arundel County, Md., uses the built environment to improve...
Building a home where Alzheimer’s patients can thrive

Abe’s Garden was designed to feel as home-like as possible, with three family-sized households themed around arts and lifelong learning; connecting to nature; and music and movement. Photo: Skanska (larger image here).

Constructive Thinking Blog
Skanska recently completed Abe’s Garden in Nashville, Tenn., a memory care community designed to improve the lives of...
How museums engage visitors in a digital age

Museums such as the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum are exploring new ways to engage with audiences by investing in technologies to make the experience more interactive. Photo courtesy Gensler

GenslerOn
Digital technologies are opening up new dimensions of the museum experience and turning passive audiences into active...
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