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Arup, Perkins+Will, and Sasaki Associates are among the firms to develop custom digital tools for polling building occupants and end users. Pictured: Sasaki's MyCampus interactive mapping program

David Barista
The rise of mobile devices and social media, coupled with the use of advanced survey tools and interactive mapping apps...
Sasaki Ideas
As part of its ongoing ZNE buildings research project, Sasaki Associates, in collaboration with Buro Happold, surveyed...
GS&P Dialogue
Having physically disassociated from a central hospital, FEDs must overcome the particular challenges associated with a...
David Alexander
They say the best way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time. Expanding your building or constructing a new structure...
Cannon Design Blog
If you’ve been following news about workplace design in the popular media, you might believe that the open workplace...
John Negich
Visitors to the Keene Family YMCA in New Hampshire are often surprised by what they encounter. Liz Coppola calls it the...
Rob Cassidy
I've received several requests from BD+C readers who design and build K-12 schools about the 3-part series we ran in...

The Conrad New York was recently created through adaptive reuse of an existing hotel. Architects: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg, Monica Ponce de Leon Studio, and Deborah Berke Partners. Photo: Michael Moran.

Julie S. Higginbotham
If your company is involved in designing, building, or operating hotels or resorts, we'd love to hear your opinions as...

Methodist University's 1960s student union was originally built for a student population of 600. The school now has over 2,000 students.

Sasaki Ideas
Most colleges and universities feel pressure to offer the latest amenities in order to attract and retain the best and...
GS&P Dialogue
"Open office" has been a major buzzword for decades, and like any buzzword, some of the novelty has worn off. I don't...
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