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September 24,2014

Gehry's design for the Biomuseo, or Museum of Biodiversity, draws inspiration from the site's natural and cultural surroundings, including local...

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September 23,2014

The $35 million Phase 3, known as High Line at the Rail Yards, broke ground September 20, 2012, and officially opened to the public on September...

September 23,2014

Forget the cubist, clinical, glass and concrete jungle of today's financial districts. Shenzhen's new plan features a complex of cloud-shaped...

September 23,2014

The report contains 12 case studies of cities around the world that have applied advanced flood management techniques. 

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September 22,2014

The newly adopted changes will be implemented in two phases. The first will streamline the program by focusing on the IDP’s core requirements and...

Photos and renderings courtesy H3/Maritime Museum
September 22,2014

Nine years after the Museum of Maritime and Seafood Industry in Biloxi, Miss., was damaged by Hurricane Katrina’s 30-foot tidal surge, the museum...

September 22,2014

The 72-story tower—the first mixed-use, steel tower in Russia—is located within the new, 30 million-sf, 148-acre Moscow International Business...

September 22,2014

The Best of Building Awards celebrate the year’s best products, projects, organizations and individuals making an impact in green building.

September 19,2014

The Charles McC. Mathias Laboratory will emit 37% less CO2 than a comparable lab that does not meet LEED-certification standards.

September 19,2014

Winners of IIDA's 2014 Healthcare Interior Design Competition include Perkins+Will, AECOM, Buffalo Design, and SmithGroupJJR, for projects from...