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One Bryant Park, New York. Photo: Ryan Browne, Cook+Fox Architects via Wikipedia
on October 29,2014

Builders, developers, and owners are constantly complaining that high-performance buildings rarely get their due from appraisers. The Appraisal Foundation is working methodically to alter the perceived image of cluelessness in the appraiser community.

on October 29,2014

Of the 2,464 projects accounted for in AIA's 2030 Commitment 2013 Progress Report, 401 are meeting the 60% carbon reduction target—a 200% increase from 2012.

 

Photo courtesy Postoak/Wikimedia Commons
on October 29,2014

The museum is slated for an early 2018 completion, and will include a hall of fame, theater, retail space, and a 20,000-sf hall that will showcase the history of the Olympics and Paralympics.

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The LEED Gold Evie Garret Dennis E-12 Campus supports 1,600 Pre-K through 12th-g
on October 26,2014 in Feature

A study by DLR Group and Colorado State University attempts to quantify the student performance benefits of green schools.

Public Safety Headquarters, Detroit. Photo: courtesy Valspar
on October 23,2014 in Feature

First constructed as an office for the Internal Revenue Service, the city's new public safety headquarters had more recently served as a temporary...

On the Kunming Junfa Dongfeng Square project in Kunming City, China, architects
on October 22,2014 in Feature

By harnessing natural ventilation, Building Teams can achieve a tremendous reduction in energy use and increase in occupant comfort. Engineers...