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July 15,2014

Celebrated American architect Michael Graves sits with the Washington Post to talk about how being on a wheelchair changed the way he focuses on...

July 15,2014

Modular construction is more than a century old, and throughout its lifespan, the methods have been readapted to meet specific needs of different...

July 15,2014

Together, the firms will form a massive global giant with more than $19 billion in revenue and 95,000 employees in 150 countries.

July 15,2014

The Harmonization Task Group will offer marketplace benefits including consistent messaging, simplification, elimination of redundancies, and...

All renderings courtesy Penda
July 14,2014

Beijing-based design cooperative Penda designed a bamboo hotel that can easily expand vertically or horizontally.

Renderings courtesy of Studio Gang Architects
July 11,2014

Chicago architect Jeanne Gang has designed a 40-story residential building in San Francisco that is inspired by the city's omnipresent bay windows...

July 11,2014

Kite Bricks proposes a more efficient way of building with its newly developed Smart Bricks system.

July 10,2014

Plans for a new Toronto townhome brings cutting-edge design.

Images courtesy of FLEXLAB
July 10,2014

 

DOE’s new FLEXLAB is a first-of-its-kind simulator that lets users test energy-efficient building systems individually or as an...

Photos courtesy of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum
July 08,2014

Eighty-seven years after Frank Lloyd Wright designed an ornamental gas station for the city of Buffalo, the structure has been built and opened to...