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January 06,2015

The plan by Snøhetta and WCIT Architecture features a building that appears square from the outside, but opens at one corner into a rounded...

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January 02,2015

Construction consultant FMI foresees—with some caveats—continuing growth in the office, lodging, and manufacturing sectors. But funding...

December 06,2014

A new CBRE survey finds that what Millennials expect and need from offices doesn’t vary drastically from tenured employees.

An example of Aon’s Construction Risk Map, which the portal updates regularly to
November 18,2014

The new interactive tool from Aon Risk Solutions provides real-time updates pertaining to the risk climate of municipalities across the U.S.

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November 05,2014

With the rise of technology, much of the workday—even the most productive morning hours—is spent corresponding via email or conference call,...

The Pacific Northwest College of Art’s new home base, renovated from an space th
November 03,2014

About seven years ago, The Pacific Northwest College of Art, the oldest art college in Portland, was evaluating its master plan with an eye...

October 19,2014

Designed by SmithGroupJJR and Gallagher & Associates, renovated center shows public its unique role as office, stage, museum, park, and home...

The research can help designers identify which products should be subjected to e
October 16,2014

The white paper includes a list of 193 flame retardants, including 29 discovered in building and household products, 50 found in the indoor...

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October 15,2014

The impetus behind Harvard's Center for Green Buildings and Cities is what the design school’s dean, Mohsen Mostafavi, describes as a “rapidly...

October 06,2014

After a rejection earlier in the year, Frank Gehry has gotten some good news: his revised design for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial has...