While new construction allows for incredible levels of customization, there’s no denying that new buildings can have adverse impacts on the climate, budgets, schedules and even the cultural and historic fabrics of communities.
Similar to interior design and industrial sectors, color forecasts in residential and commercial architecture show metal products evolving toward warmer tones.
Subtle shifts in how designers are using contrast
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GBBN | Dec 5, 2022
A building might not be able to “hack” innovation, but it can create the right conditions to foster connection and innovation, write GBBN's Chad Burke and Zachary Zettler.
Skanska | Dec 5, 2022
Mark Chen, Sustainability Manager at Skanska, has found five specific ways to help the construction industry reduce its carbon footprint.
Legat Architects | Nov 30, 2022
Today’s school should be much more than a place to learn—it should be a nurturing setting that celebrates achievements and responds to the challenges of many different users.
SmithGroup | Nov 28, 2022
SmithGroup's Brian Rener shares a few ways to integrate data centers in mixed-use sites, utilizing waste heat to optimize the energy demands of the buildings.
HOK | Nov 23, 2022
HOK’s Anica Landreneau and Stephanie Miller and Smart Surfaces Coalition’s Greg Kats reveal multiple ways the IRA will benefit the built environment.
Gresham Smith | Nov 21, 2022
Zoë Fisher, AIA explores how design strategies are changing the way we deliver and design projects in the post-pandemic world.
IMEG Corp. | Nov 16, 2022
Seismic compliance with the applicable California building codes is onerous and disruptive for building owners, especially for a building in the heavily regulated sector of healthcare. Owners of older buildings that house acute care services have a big deadline on the horizon—Jan. 1, 2030, the cutoff date to upgrade their buildings to SPC-4D.
sponsored | | Nov 16, 2022
A glimpse into the most common wood construction framing errors, and how to avoid them, in today’s nonresidential construction industry.
sponsored | | Nov 11, 2022
Kawneer’s pioneering products allowed the ProMedica Health and Wellness Center to become Sylvania Ohio’s all-in-one medical center.
sponsored | | Nov 10, 2022
Metl-Span insulated metal panels delivered the optimal solution for the new Pioneer Flower Farms facility to rebuild after a fire. The warehouse included the installation of movable freezers and cold storage areas.