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May 25,2011

If you could be 80 years old for 30 minutes—and have to readjust everything you think you know about your own mobility—would you do it...

May 20,2011

Bathtubs are disappearing from many hotels across the country as chains use the freed-up space to install ever more luxurious showers, according...

May 17,2011

The traditional 40,000- to 60,000-sf grocery store is disappearing and much of the change is happening in the city. Urban infill sites and mixed-...

May 17,2011

Gilbane, along with Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates, has been selected to partner with Steel Orca to design and build a 300,000-sf data...

May 17,2011

Suggestions are being made that Washington revise its restrictions on building heights. Architect Roger Lewis, who raised the topic in the...

May 17,2011

At an afternoon panel during last week's AIA National Conference in New Orleans, Goody Clancy Principal David Dixon and Manning Principal W....

May 17,2011

It’s hard to contemplate winter now that we’re mid-spring, but when the seasons change, ice skaters in Winnipeg will be able to keep...

May 16,2011

The U.S. Green Building Council and the American Institute of Architects unveiled "Local Leaders in Sustainability: A Special Report from...

May 16,2011

Dassault Systèmes and Gehry Technologies announced that Gehry Technologies’ Digital Project products will be integrated into the Dassault...

May 11,2011

The U.S. Department of Energy today announced the release of the first in a new series of Advanced Energy Design Guides to aid in the design of...