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Industrial Facility | July 08, 2020 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The project is nestled in the middle of the Norwegian forest.

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Codes and Standards | May 20, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Ruling may have implications for other states claiming copyright for building codes.

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Market Data | May 20, 2020 | AIA

AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score of 29.5 for April reflects a decrease in design services provided by...

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Sports and Recreational Facilities | May 19, 2020 | Dan Goldstein, AVIXA 

Audiovisual systems that turn sports arenas into digital canvasses have become key elements of venue design.

Market Data | May 19, 2020 | BD+C Editors

Clemson's new mass timber building and empty hotels as an answer for the affordable housing shortage.

Clemson's Outdoor Education Center

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University Buildings | May 19, 2020 | David Malone, Associate Editor

Cooper Carry designed the project.

 

A much-needed addition to a popular Pittsburgh museum. A new, cutting-edge medical facility in Asheville, North Carolina. What do they have in common? Exterior wall building products from CENTRIA that deliver the goods on both function and design.

 

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Living space inside affordable housing unit

A spartan living space inside an affordable housing unit that used to be a hotel room in a Days Inn in Branson, Mo. The developer, Repvblik, sees opportunities throughout the Midwest for such adaptive reuses of space laid vacant by the recent pandemic. Image: Repvblik

   

Coronavirus | May 18, 2020 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

A Los Angeles-based startup sees the Midwest as most fertile for adaptive reuse.

Cushman Wakefield 6 Feet Office coronavirus

After decades of favoring density, office tenants are now thinking how to better protect their workers from disease transmission. One idea comes from Cushman & Wakefield, whose “6 foot office” concept lays out an office workspace for social distancing, but also requires an agreement among workers and employers to stick to it. Photo courtesy Cushman & Wakefield

   

Coronavirus | May 18, 2020 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

Making workplaces safer will require behavioral resolve nudged by design.

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Codes and Standards | May 18, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Design can improve health amid COVID-19 pandemic.

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Codes and Standards | May 18, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Net-zero target requires shift in thinking and practices.

Market Data | May 18, 2020 | BD+C Editors

California's grid can support all-electric buildings and you'll miss your office when it's gone.

Coronavirus | May 18, 2020 | Perkins+Will’s Ideas + Buildings |

Perkins and Will, Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, and Arup Group develop scalable solutions for increased testing...

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Codes and Standards | May 18, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Load-shifting will help reduce peak demand.

Market Data | May 15, 2020 | BD+C Editors

Nonresidential construction employment sees record loss and Twitter will keep all of its office space.

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Codes and Standards | May 15, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Road closures, new rules for public transit will be imposed.

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Office Building Design | May 15, 2020 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The project will be adjacent to Google's planned eight million square foot transit village and Diridon Station.

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Market Data | May 15, 2020 | ABC

The construction unemployment rate was 16.6% in April, up 11.9 percentage points from the same time last year.

Life of an Architect Podcast | May 14, 2020 | Bob Borson, FAIA

For every architect and designer, there are objects out there that resonate for them in a profound manner and can e...

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Codes and Standards | May 14, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

In state with earliest COVID-19 cases, advisory group developing priorities based on risk.

Codes and Standards | May 14, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

Freres Lumber unveils new line of structural elements suitable for high-rise buildings.

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May 14, 2020 | Stantec Blog | Simon O'Byrne and Pascal Texier

We now have the tools and technology to treat internet like roads, bridges, and other critical pieces of infrastruc...

Market Data | May 14, 2020 | BD+C Editors

The good news about rent might not be so good and some hotel developers consider whether to abandon projects.

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Market Data | May 13, 2020 | AGC

Construction official says new highway funding, employee retention credits and pension relief will help, but lack o...

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Codes and Standards | May 13, 2020 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

May contribute to fungal disease outbreaks that endanger patients

Market Data | May 13, 2020 | BD+C Editors

How to design resilient libraries in a post-covid world and vacation real-estate markets are 'toast.'

Market Data | May 12, 2020 | ABC

Nonresidential construction backlog is down 0.4 months compared to the March 2020 ABC survey and 1.7 months from Ap...

Library | May 12, 2020 | GBBN Insights | Amanda Markovic, AIA & Zachary Zettler, AIA, LEED AP

As architects, it has been especially interesting to see how public libraries have deployed their physical resource...

May 12, 2020 | Gensler Dialogue | Lee Billington

In the workplace, digital solutions and platforms have eliminated some of the noise by improving guest check-in, co...

Market Data | May 12, 2020 | BD+C Editors

A 13-point plan to reduce coronavirus deaths in nursing homes and Bjarke Ingels discusses building on Mars.

Rendering of Coral Mountain resort's surf wave basin

The 400-acre Coral Mountain resort in La Quinta, Calif., will include a large water basin for surfing. Image: CCY Architects

AEC Tech Innovation | May 11, 2020 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

Technology claims to offer surfers the longest ride in a man-made setting.

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