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Sectioning off large open spaces without making everything feel closed off was the challenge faced by two very different projects—one an...

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Sustainable building trends are gaining steam, even in the current economic downturn. More than five billion square feet of commercial space has...
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While the Bird's Nest and Water Cube captured all the TV coverage during the Beijing Olympics in August, the Rem Koolhaas-designed CCTV Headquarters...
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At nine stories, the Stadthaus apartment complex in East London is the world’s tallest residential structure constructed entirely in timber and one...
on August 11,2010 in Feature

Three-dimensional information, such as that provided by building information modeling, allows all members of the Building Team to visualize the...

on August 11,2010 in Feature
The new public library in Champaign, Ill., is drawing 2,100 patrons a day, up from 1,600 in 2007. The 122,600-sf facility, which opened in January...
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Nestled deep in the Napa Valley, the city of American Canyon is one of a number of new communities in Northern California that have experienced...
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When Milwaukee's City Hall was completed in 1896, it was, at 394 feet in height, the third-tallest structure in the United States. Designed by Henry...
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14. Mod Pod A Nod to Flex Biz Designed by the British firm Tate + Hindle, the OfficePOD is a flexible office space that can be installed, well, just...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Kingswood School is perhaps the best example of Eliel Saarinen's work in North America. Designed in 1930 by the Finnish-born architect, the building...