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Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital
on January 21,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital, in Houston, the first basic research institute for...

on January 12,2011 in Product Review

The new campus building for Reykjavik University in Iceland’s capital benefits from a Zumtobel Luxmate daylight sensor system specially...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The Solar Powered Dimmer, made to work with 10-inch tubular skylights, uses a remote control to adjust the amount of sunlight allowed into the...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

An office building at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., suffered from indoor temperatures as high as 90°F due to direct sun exposure. To...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The York model YK-EP Energy Plus large capacity centrifugal chiller features a patent-pending mechanical compression economizer cycle that...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The EcoBreeze cooling system for data centers uses both indirect evaporative and air-to-air heat exchange, automatically switching between the two...

on December 20,2010 in Feature

Adrian D. Smith, FAIA, RIBA, is co-founder (with Gordon Gill) of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Chicago. Previously, he was a design...

on December 20,2010 in Product Review

New aLuminate light shelves help buildings earn LEED points by increasing the effect of natural light and decreasing the need for artificial...

Firestone Building Products
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

The SkyScape vegetated roof system consists of double interlocking trays in modular or multi-layer options. Each system features a protective root...

Dow Building Solutions
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

Looking to save money on capital costs and energy on Syracuse University’s new Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center, local firm King &...