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Photo: Jackson Design & Remodeling (JDR); winner of a San Diego National Kitchen
February 18,2013

Gray color schemes and transitional styles are among the top trends identified by more than 300 kitchen and bath design experts surveyed by the...

Suffolk University’s $62 million academic building gets the go-ahead
February 17,2013

The Boston Redevelopment Authority board yesterday unanimously approved Suffolk University’s plans to move forward with a new campus building at...

Boxman Studios has launched a new division aimed at sustainable solutions for th
February 14,2013

Boxman Studios has launched a new division aimed at sustainable solutions for the Built Environment. The Boxman Studios Buildings Division will...

Minneapolis is the latest major metro to require large commercial buildings to b
February 14,2013

Minneapolis is the latest major metro to require large commercial buildings to benchmark and disclose their energy and water use.

Peter W. Rutti, AIA, Associate Principal and Project Director of Westlake Reed L
February 14,2013

Peter W. Rutti, AIA, Associate Principal and Project Director of Westlake Reed Leskosky, has been appointed Director of Design of the Phoenix,...

American College of Healthcare Architects
February 14,2013

The Board of Regents of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) has named Peter L. Bardwell, FAIA, FACHA of Columbus, Ohio as 2013...

The Exhibition Hall by OMA
February 13,2013

The Exhibition Hall, a retail concept planned in Kuwait City's 360° Mall, will meld cultural and commerce spaces in a series of galleries...

The Great City development near Chengdu will prohibit cars. Courtesy Adrian Smit
February 13,2013

A new urban development near Chengdu, China, will provide new housing for ~80,000 people, surrounded by green space.

MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism will tackle infrastructure issues.
February 13,2013

MIT  Center for Advanced Urbanism will seek 21st Century planning solutions, starting with...