How the architecture and design community can contribute to the circular economy
The goal of the circular economy is to keep materials in circulation through reusing, repurposing, repairing, or reimagining them.
LS3P | Feb 22, 2021
The learning commons and academic success
A vibrant, modern Learning Commons can draw students in and make learning fun.
LS3P | Aug 17, 2020
Covid-19 and campus life: Where do we go from here?
Campus communities include international, intergenerational, and varied health-risk populations.
LS3P | Aug 10, 2020
Reimagining multifamily spaces in the COVID era
Multifamily developments pose unique challenges and opportunities.
LS3P | Mar 29, 2019
Designing for resiliency: Lessons learned from Hurricane Florence along the Carolina Coast
Resilient design principles will be critical in preparing our communities for future storms, writes LS3P's Charles H. Boney, FAIA.
LS3P | Mar 4, 2019
The artistry of high performance design
It is no secret that 40% of the US energy consumption occurs in the building sector.
LS3P | Dec 10, 2018
The art and science of drawing: Humanizing the design process with a bit of controlled mayhem
Hand drawing reveals a dimension beyond those available in a CAD drawing or digital rendering.
LS3P | Jan 25, 2018
Cost estimating for K-12 school projects: An invaluable tool for budget management
Clients want to be able to track costs at every stage of a project, and cost estimates (current and life cycle) are valuable planning and design tools, writes LS3P's Ginny Magrath, AIA.