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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...

Photo courtesy Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities
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...

September 25,2014

Aarhus Island will be a waterside development in Denmark's second-largest city. The mixed-use development will implement Ingels' signature angled...

Photo: Samuel Boisvert via Wikimedia Commons
September 24,2014

On the heels of recording its strongest pace of growth since 2007, there continues to be an increasing level of demand for design services...

Tesoro Corporation headquarters in San Antonio, TX, a LEED-certified building. P
September 03,2014

The LEED Proven Provider designation is designed to minimize the need for additional work during the project review process.

Paséa Hotel & Spa in Huntington Beach, Calif., designed by WATG (hotel design) a
August 21,2014

The acquisition of Callison, known predominantly for its leadership in retail and mixed-use design, builds on Arcadis’ strong global design and...

Renderings courtesy of Goettsch Partners
August 19,2014

The overall design concept is of a complex of textured buildings that would differentiate from the surrounding blue-glass buildings of Shenzhen....

August 18,2014

The Howard Hughes Corporation, in association with architecture firm Cho Benn Holback + Associates, plans to turn the building—at least the...

Renderings: courtesy SPARK
August 18,2014

Architecture firm SPARK recently finished a design for a new development in Shenzhen. The 770,700 square-foot mixed-use structure's design mimics...

Renderings courtesy of SURE Architecture
August 11,2014

Rather than superimposing one floor on top of another, London-based SURE Architecture proposes two endless ramps, rising gradually with a low...