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NAC Architecture | Feb 24, 2020

Design for educational equity

Can architecture not only shape lives, but contribute to a more equitable and just society for marginalized people?

SmithGroup | Feb 21, 2020

The decade ahead: Design & health in 2020 and beyond

Access to health and wellness services is a vital part of any conversation about community resilience.

Stantec | Feb 18, 2020

3 urban planning trends that are changing how our cities will look in the future

Urban developments are seeking to promote innovation, healthy living, and sustainability.

sponsored | APA – The Engineered Wood Association | Feb 14, 2020

Beauty and the Budget

Engineered Wood’s Appeal is More Than Skin Deep

Gensler | Feb 11, 2020

Want your organization to be more creative? Embrace these 4 workplace strategies

Creativity is the secret sauce in the success of every business.

CannonDesign | Feb 11, 2020

Tailored Environment of CHOC Thompson Autism Center comes from designer's firsthand experience

It will be one of a few clinics fully dedicated to patients with autism.

sponsored | Bill O'Keeffe | Feb 10, 2020

USA-made fire rated glazing goes big in 2020

We are pleased to announce and share that the second phase of this $8 million expansion, upgrading our fire rated glass manufacturing facilities in Merced, California, is underway.

CallisonRTKL | Jan 30, 2020

The complex dance of healthcare transitioning

Hospital employees, though excited about technological advancements, are expected to navigate a new workplace and care for their patients at the same time, all while training on new equipment and navigating a new building.

sponsored | TAMLYN | Jan 29, 2020

Choosing the Right Product to Avoid Water Damaged Walls

Walls using rainscreens go a long way towards a water-tight envelope

HDR | Jan 27, 2020

Elevating the human experience in public realm infrastructure

Understanding the complexities of a community by pairing quantitative data and human needs.

Stantec | Jan 24, 2020

3 ways design can ease the transition to safety for survivors of abuse

How designing a women’s shelter taught one architect about recovery, reintegration, and empowerment.

GBBN Insights | Jan 23, 2020

Information or community center: The next generation of libraries must be both

Are libraries still relevant in a digital world?

HMC Architects | Jan 20, 2020

Robotics in architecture and construction: An industry shift

Architects who embrace this intriguing and dynamic technology now will be better equipped to design the most efficient buildings of the future.

HOK | Jan 15, 2020

Top 4 healthcare design trends that will shape medical planning in the 2020s

For patients and healthcare staff, these developments will be most evident in new tools, such as robotic surgical tables and intra-hospital delivery drones, that improve healthcare services and outcomes.


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