Architects and designers have long argued for the value of respite spaces in healthcare facilities.
By now, many business leaders are out in front of policymakers on prioritizing the energy transition.
There is a shortage of skilled workers in the United States, a gap that has only gotten wider with the advent of COVID.
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GBBN | Jun 22, 2022
By solving a long-standing communication problem, Augmented Reality (AR) is poised to make architecture quicker, nimbler, and more cost effective.
MG2 | Jun 21, 2022
Two birds, one solution: Can we solve urban last-mile distribution and housing challenges at the same time?
When it comes to the development of both multifamily housing and last-mile distribution centers, particularly in metropolitan environments, each presents its own series of challenges and hurdles. One solution: single-use structures.
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A brief explanation of the language often used during conversations about carbon and the built environment.
Legat Architects | Jun 20, 2022
With threats ranging from severe weather to active shooters, school leaders, designers, and security consultants face many challenges in creating safe environments that allow children to thrive.
CRB | Jun 17, 2022
Data helps virtual design and construction (VDC) teams predict project risks and navigate change, which is especially vital in today’s fluctuating construction environment.
sponsored | Eric Jenkins, CENTRIA | Jun 16, 2022
Insulated composite backup panel systems deliver design flexibility without jeopardizing the building envelope with mixing of cladding options.
Burns & McDonnell | Jun 14, 2022
Traditional sports and entertainment venues are fading as teams and entertainment entities strive to move toward more diversified entertainment districts.
CannonDesign | Jun 13, 2022
On three floors of Cambridge Tower A at The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City, patients being treated for blood cancers have a dedicated space that not only keeps them safe during immune system comprising treatments, but also provide feelings of comfort and compassion.
HMC Architects | Jun 2, 2022
A survey by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) shows that while women account for nearly half of graduates from architecture programs, they only make up about 15 percent of licensed architects.