In this article, we’ll explore the opportunities and challenges of high-rise hospital design, as well as the main ideas and themes we considered when designing the new medical facility for the heart of London.
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Selecting the best green construction materials can be difficult. As you consider your options, examine each material along these five parameters.
Why measuring performance results is so critical, but also easier said than done.
Proving Ground | Apr 14, 2021
This article will explore some of the drivers for how BI is finding successful adoption among architects, engineers, contractors, and owners.
Sasaki | Apr 12, 2021
These high quality exterior gathering places are increasingly important in supporting community.
LS3P | Apr 7, 2021
The goal of the circular economy is to keep materials in circulation through reusing, repurposing, repairing, or reimagining them.
Legat Architects | Apr 6, 2021
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
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
Using the right planning tools can spur new uses for Class B and C commercial real estate.
GBBN Insights | Mar 25, 2021
Academic libraries and librarians have been reinventing themselves to unlock the secret playbook that holds some students back.
Gresham Smith | Mar 4, 2021
Research suggests that the built environment may help reduce burnout.