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Using 3D printing, Arup engineers were able to design and fabricate this lightwe
June 18,2014

The firm's research shows that 3D printing has the potential to reduce costs, cut waste, and slash the carbon footprint of the construction sector...

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June 16,2014

A new Brookings Institution study records the emergence of “competitive places that are also cool spaces.”

June 12,2014

Constructing a concrete dome is a costly process, but this may change soon. A team from the Vienna University of Technology has developed a...

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June 11,2014

Today's technologies allow us to work anywhere. So why come to an office at all? Herman Miller has an answer.

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June 09,2014

The new program focuses exclusively on the sustainable design and construction of interior spaces in nonresidential buildings and can be pursued...

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June 02,2014

The Green Parking Council, an affiliate of the International Parking Institute, has launched the Green Garage Certification program, the parking...

May 23,2014

Tech-friendly furniture, “live walls,” sit-stand desks, and circadian lighting are among the emerging trends identified by leading interior...

May 20,2014

The book, co-authored by Arup's Russell Fortmeyer, illustrates the various ways architects, consultants, and engineers approach energy and comfort...

The contractor implemented advanced prefabrication measures on the 360-bed Exemp
May 14,2014

Value-based cost-benefit analysis of prefab approaches on the firm's 360-bed Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project shows significant savings for...

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May 13,2014

The industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, have issued a joint statement on resilience,...