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June 12,2014

Constructing a concrete dome is a costly process, but this may change soon. A team from the Vienna University of Technology has developed a...

By BD+C Staff June 11,2014

A new development in New York's historic Sugar Hill district nears completion, designed to be an icon for the neighborhood's rich history.

By BD+C Staff June 11,2014

A plan to revitalize New Orleans' Convention Center moves forward after Louisiana governor signs bill.

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June 11,2014

Today's technologies allow us to work anywhere. So why come to an office at all? Herman Miller has an answer.

AkzoNobel's Human Cities initiative commits to improving, energizing and regener
June 11,2014

Dutch company AkzoNobel is partnering with Rem Koolhaas' firm OMA to study how the application of colorful paints and coatings can affect a city's...

June 11,2014

Slated for completion in 2015, both the seven-story, 275,141 square-foot One Ocean and six-story, 190,654 square-foot Marea will offer landscapes...

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June 11,2014

California-based Esri, a supplier of GIS software, created a nifty interactive map that gives viewers a satellite perspective of Brazil’...

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June 10,2014

"Sagrada Familia in Ice" will be built with a mixture of wooden fibers and plain ice that is three times stronger than ice. 

June 10,2014

Roof window manufacturer Fakro offers a skylight window system that quickly converts into an open-air balcony.

June 10,2014

Selis Manor is the first government-funded residence for the vision-impaired and disabled in New York City. MAP’s design eases crowding,...