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Identifying Color Trends: Then and Now

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GBBN Insights | Apr 30, 2021

Registration & waiting: Weak points and an enduring strength

Changing how patients register and wait for appointments will enhance the healthcare industry’s ability to respond to crises.

LPA | Apr 28, 2021

Did the campus design work?

A post-occupancy evaluation of the eSTEM Academy provides valuable lessons for future campuses.

Paladino | Apr 26, 2021

Building performance requirements are coming: Are you ready?

Building Performance Requirements are trending nationwide and are likely coming to a county near you.

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Stantec | Apr 23, 2021

How do we design a car-lite future for our cities?

The pandemic has taught us a lot about city streets, vehicle emissions, and public space. With fewer vehicles, streets are nice.

Proving Ground | Apr 14, 2021

Business intelligence: 5 drivers for adoption in architecture and construction

This article will explore some of the drivers for how BI is finding successful adoption among architects, engineers, contractors, and owners.

NBBJ | Apr 13, 2021

Rethinking well-being at work

The four levels of health that support long-term success.

Sasaki | Apr 12, 2021

I’ll meet you right outside: Microclimates and community

These high quality exterior gathering places are increasingly important in supporting community.

HGA Insights Blog | Apr 8, 2021

Designing lab workspaces in the time of COVID

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LS3P | Apr 7, 2021

How the architecture and design community can contribute to the circular economy

The goal of the circular economy is to keep materials in circulation through reusing, repurposing, repairing, or reimagining them.

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.


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