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sponsored | Bill O'Keeffe | Aug 26, 2021

The Future is Bright

Stantec | Aug 25, 2021

The mall of the future: Less retail, more content

For the mall to survive, it will need to embrace nontraditional uses and “messy vitality.” Here’s how to do it.

HOK | Aug 25, 2021

Lab design strategies for renovations and adaptive reuse

Lab design experts in HOK’s Science + Technology group outline the challenges organizations must understand before renovating a lab or converting an existing building into research space.

sponsored | | Aug 24, 2021

What’s in a color trend?

Trend forecasting is both science and art. As an organization that releases annual color trend forecasts, global trend manager, Kiki Redhead, shares an inside look at predicting colors of the future. 

HDR | Aug 20, 2021

Prioritizing children’s perspectives with play-based design charrettes

Every effort is made to assure that captured insights and observations are authentically from the children.

sponsored | John Timmerman | Aug 20, 2021

Measuring Sustainability: Determine Where You Stand and What to Do Next

Measuring sustainability operations is necessary to prove your sustainable facilities practices. To measure your success, there are two key factors you need.

NBBJ | Aug 18, 2021

20 years after developing the first open core hospital design here is what the firm has learned

Hospitals have traditionally used a “racetrack” layout, which accommodates patient rooms around the exterior and situates work areas and offstage functions in a central block.

SmithGroup | Aug 10, 2021

Retail reset: The future of shopping malls

Developers and design partners are coming together to reimagine how malls can create a new generation of mixed-use opportunities. 

Sasaki | Aug 6, 2021

Microclimates and community

The very local micro-climate has an oversized impact on user comfort in a specific place.

GBBN Insights | Aug 4, 2021

When the hospital becomes home

Patients and their loved ones need a variety of meaningful spaces outside the patient room to enhance feelings of optimism and control.

sponsored | Ted Goldstein, Atlas Tube | Jun 17, 2021

Taking HSS to New Heights With Shuriken

HSS have long been popular for low-rise construction thanks to the material’s excellent strength-to-weight ratio. But in mid- and high-rise construction, field-welded splices have limited HSS adoption. Fortunately, those days are over thanks to Shuriken™, which lets you make simple bolted splices with standard nuts and bolts.

sponsored | Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings | Jun 10, 2021

Curating Coil & Extrusion Color Collections for Architectural Projects

Across the entire Sherwin-Williams business, there is an internal ecosystem of color experts who lead teams on developing colors and color spaces for different markets and products,

NBBJ | Jun 8, 2021

As many storefronts sit empty, 3 opportunities to rethink the ground floor of buildings

The vitality of ground level commercial space is about much more than the future of retail.

Clark Nexsen | Jun 3, 2021

What's next for workplace design?

Balancing personal space and the need for collaboration.


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