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The fifth annual SYLVANIA Socket Survey from OSRAM SYLVANIA
February 25,2013

The fifth annual SYLVANIA Socket Survey from OSRAM SYLVANIA finds that consumers are adjusting to new...

A view of Loring Park, Minneapolis. Credit: Dan Wick
February 25,2013

Charlotte, Denver, and Milwaukee are among 10 U.S. cities ranked recently by the conservation organization American Forests for having quality...

Sliced Porosity Block combines concrete and glass towers with public plazas.
February 21,2013

Architect Steven Holl has released two short films describing the development of Sliced Porosity Block in Chengdu, China...

At more than 1 km, Kingdom Tower will be the world's tallest building.
February 21,2013

Construction team chosen for world's tallest building in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

February 20,2013

A group of civil engineers from around the western U.S. is developing additions to the building code to address the threat of a tsunami.

Atlanta's @1377 complex will feature brick cladding and stucco accents.
February 19,2013

Hines Multifamily is building @1377, a luxury complex comprising 215 "urban-style residences" in Atlanta's Brookhaven...

Photo: Jackson Design & Remodeling (JDR); winner of a San Diego National Kitchen
February 18,2013

Gray color schemes and transitional styles are among the top trends identified by more than 300 kitchen and bath design experts surveyed by the...

The $158 million student residential tower at Brandywine Realty Trust’s Cira Sou
February 15,2013

Student housing has been one of the bright spots in the multifamily construction sector in recent years. But experts say there should be cause for...

The Great City development near Chengdu will prohibit cars. Courtesy Adrian Smit
February 13,2013

A new urban development near Chengdu, China, will provide new housing for ~80,000 people, surrounded by green space.

A new design for 80 South Street in New York City includes multiple vegetative r
February 13,2013

A Manhattan site formerly slated for development with a "tower of cubes"—a now-defunct project by Santiago Calatrava—will be revived with a 998-...