Increased transparency of operational building data is impacting accountability.
We’re well into the digital era of architecture which favors processes that have a better innovation cycle.
We have several gaps between the need and desire to have abundant, accessible, clean water and the reality of dealing with on-going and increasing...
The adaptability of urban development could be revolutionized through the inherent strength of mass timber construction.
The task of providing safe and secure environments in which our children can learn is both complicated and far-reaching.
A building with a higher occupant density may have a higher energy use, but expend less energy per person.
Thoughtful design, paired with a change management program to educate staff, can both enhance connectivity and minimize distractions.
What exactly is the hospital of future? Or more specifically, what is the future of healthcare design?
Unlike other technologies we have seen, augmented and virtual reality are looking to have staying power in a truly disruptive way.
The idea of a kindergarten-only school presents both challenges and opportunities in regards to the design.
Joplin (Mo.) Interim High School, designed by DLR Group. Photo courtesy DLR Group
An education market think tank proposes a radical research concept for evaluating learning environments.
Homelessness is an issue affecting millions around the globe.
About 90% of the time prospective clients are not aware of historic tax credits.
Nearly every design firm will tell an owner that they use integrated design, working hand-in-hand with its consultants. But survey any collective g...
JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America. Photo courtesy JW Marriott
By varying an LED luminaire’s color temperature, it is possible to mimic daylighting, to some extent, and the natural circadian rhythms that accomp...