Most Recent in News Cultural Facilities

Photo: Epicgenius via Wikimedia Commons
on September 23,2014

The $35 million Phase 3, known as High Line at the Rail Yards, broke ground September 20, 2012, and officially opened to the public on September 21.

on September 23,2014

Forget the cubist, clinical, glass and concrete jungle of today's financial districts. Shenzhen's new plan features a complex of cloud-shaped skyscrapers connected to one another with sloping bridges.

on September 18,2014

OMA, Höweler + Yoon, NEXT Architects, and Cooper, Robertson & Partners have just released their preliminary design proposals for what will be known as the 11th Street Bridge Park. 

Latest in Cultural Facilities

on September 22,2014 in Feature

From metal mesh panels to concealed-suspension ceilings, here's our roundup of the latest acoustical ceiling and wall products. 

Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston. Photo: Farragutful via Wikimedia Comm
on September 09,2014 in Feature

Brasfield & Gorrie, Gensler, and Jacobs top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest religious sector design and construction firms, as...

Arizona Capitol Museum 2014. Photo: Gage Skidmore via Wikipedia
on September 07,2014 in Feature

PCL Construction, Stantec, and AECOM head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest state government design and construction firms, as reported in...