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July 23,2014

AIA reported the June ABI score was 53.5, up from a mark of 52.6 in May.

July 17,2014

Plans to improve Washington D.C.'s Potomac River waterfront by Maine Ave. have been discussed for years. Finally, The Wharf has started its first...

July 17,2014

The Urban Green Council addresses a concern that many "green" buildings in the U.S. have: poor insulation.

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...

All renderings courtesy Penda
July 14,2014

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

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July 10,2014

BioSkin, a system of water-filled ceramic pipes that cools the exterior surface of buildings and their surrounding micro-climates, has won the...

Renderings courtesy Dubai Holding
July 07,2014

To add to Dubai's already impressive portfolio of world's tallest tower and world's largest natural flower garden, Dubai Holding has plans to...

July 01,2014

The temporary pavilion for Russian telecom operator MegaFon will be wrapped with a massive digital "pin screen" that will morph into the shape of...

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June 30,2014

New research findings indicate that for the first time more than half of projects above $10 million are being completed through design-build...

Union Terminal, Cincinnati. Photo: Dacoslett via Wikimedia Commons
June 25,2014

The National Trust for Historic Preservation released its annual list of 11 Most Endangered Historical Sites in the United States for 2014.