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Legat Architects | Apr 6, 2021

Architecture and daylight: Planning strategies for energy-efficient buildings

Energy efficient, healthy, and affordable: the predictable nature of seasonal daylight geometry makes it one of the first topics to be considered when undergoing any design project.

Clark Nexsen | Apr 1, 2021

The changing face of freshman and sophomore student housing

As part of a surge in new housing projects for freshman and sophomores, we are seeing increasing demand for double occupancy rooms and suite-style arrangements in both new construction and renovation projects.

Stantec | Mar 26, 2021

Finding success for downtown office space after COVID-19

Using the right planning tools can spur new uses for Class B and C commercial real estate.

GBBN Insights | Mar 25, 2021

The academic library: Unlocking the secret playbook for first generation college students

Academic libraries and librarians have been reinventing themselves to unlock the secret playbook that holds some students back.

Gresham Smith | Mar 4, 2021

Behavior mapping: Taking care of the caregivers through technology

Research suggests that the built environment may help reduce burnout.

VIATechnik | Mar 2, 2021

Retail expectations vs reality in 2021

The reality of retail success in 2021 is proving to be based on a formula of mixing digital with the physical in pursuit of convenience.

NBBJ | Feb 25, 2021

A healthier planet starts with hospitals

Eleven strategies to reduce energy use and increase wellbeing.

LPA | Feb 23, 2021

Rising costs push developers to consider modular construction

The mainstreaming of modular construction offers a cost-effective and creative solution to develop new types of urban developments.

LS3P | Feb 22, 2021

The learning commons and academic success

A vibrant, modern Learning Commons can draw students in and make learning fun.

Clark Nexsen | Feb 17, 2021

Best practices for streetscape design that cultivates community

Well-designed streetscapes provide a wealth of benefits for their respective communities.

Sasaki | Feb 16, 2021

A humanistic approach to data and design in the COVID era

As the COVID crisis continues to disrupt higher education, Sasaki is working with our campus clients on space planning initiatives that harness data to uncover solutions to complex challenges never before faced by college and university leaders.

Gresham Smith | Feb 10, 2021

Using technology to design better and safer spaces

Our new technology called Gresham Smith’s Empathic Analytics allows us to measure and record a user’s perceived safety.


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