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on August 12,2014

Designed by Vietnamese design firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects, the building will be made up of stacked concrete blocks placed slightly askew to create a soft, organic form that the architects say is reminiscent of a dragonfly in the sky.

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on August 12,2014

The $60 million structure is wrapped in a bright-white, aluminum pergola for dramatic effect and solar shading.

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on August 06,2014

Bjarke Ingels’ firm is looking to improve the 1960s-designed Givskund Zoo in Denmark by giving the animals a freer range to roam.

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Narrow fire-rated aluminum framing system
on August 16,2014 in Feature

The precision engineering of TGP’s Fireframes Aluminum Series creates narrow profiles and crisp sightlines at Johnson & Wales University...

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on August 14,2014 in Feature

There are many hurdles to overcome when completing a life cycle cost assessment. RMF Engineering’s Seth Spangler offers some words of advice...

Rendering: RMF Engineering
on August 14,2014 in Feature

A life cycle cost analysis helps a school district decide which HVAC system to use in $198 million worth of future building projects.