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The 170,735-sf net zero emissions office building prototype in St. Louis, Mo., d
October 09,2014

A new study by Navigant Research projects that public- and private-sector efforts to lower the carbon footprint of new and renovated commercial...

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October 09,2014

About three quarters of the estimated 700 firms that serve as panelists on AIA’s Architectural Billings Index (ABI) had delayed or canceled major...

All graphics: Steven Holl Architects
October 09,2014

The schematic design has been approved for the 50 000-sm Arrival Hall and Oceanic Pavilion for the Taiwan ChinPaoSan Necropolis.

Rendering courtesy Union Village, HKS
October 08,2014

The $1.2 billion Union Village project is expected to create 12,000 permanent jobs when completed by 2024.  

All renderings courtesy Woods Bagot,
October 08,2014

The locally-inspired building is meant to serve as a symbol of the city's recovery from the earthquake of 2011.

October 08,2014

The Denver Union Station Transit Improvement Project is among 25 projects honored by the Design Build Institute of America for excellence in...

Infographic: John Burns Real Estate Consulting
October 07,2014

More than 410,000 single- and multifamily home sales will be lost in 2014 due to student loan debt, according to analysis by John Burns Real...

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October 07,2014

The greater Raleigh, N.C., market appears to be getting back on its feet again, which is good news for rental property owners.

October 07,2014

In this downloadable graphic, technologist Shaan Hurley dissects 37 cocktails and analyzes their architectural makeup. 

Photo: Norma Gòmez via Wikimedia Commons
October 06,2014

The 76-year-old architect sees skyscrapers and the privatization of public space to be the most problematic parts of modern city design.