The University of Oregon's Hatfield-Dowlin Football Performance Center earned a Merit Award for the design and structure of the facility. Image: Jeremy Bittermann
Calatrava's soaring Innovation Science and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University...read more
A faucet from the Taper series, designed by BIG. Photo courtesy Kallista
This Danish starchitect elevates the toilet paper holder (and other bathroom accessories).
The Zaha Hadid-designed Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan, but as a walrus. Renderings courtesy Federico Babina
When you pay attention, the Eiffel Tower really does look like a giraffe.
The Japanese firm's sloping design pays homage to rail tracks. Renderings courtesy Kengo Kuma & Associates.
The new station will serve as a hub to connect Paris' northern suburbs with the core.
The development will overlook an old harbor in Stockholm's industrial district on the island of Djurgården. Renderings courtesy Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
The four towers, 20 stories each, will be made entirely out of Swedish pine, from frame to façade...
People would be able to enter the restaurant from Fifth + Columbia, a $400 million, 43-story tower that Daniels started building in June 2014 and is scheduled to complete in 2017. Rendering: ZGF Architects
A Seattle-based real estate developer plans to convert a historic downtown building, which for mo...read more
The planned site for the new city will be 270 square miles with the capacity for seven million inhabitants. Renderings courtesy SOM
To alleviate overcrowding and congestion in Cairo, the Egyptian government is building a new capi...read more
Following three weeks of intense competition between nine firms participating in Skanska's hackathon, Pickard Chilton of New Haven, Conn., was selected to serve as the design architect for the 2&U project in Seattle. Photo courtesy Skanska
Searching for a nimble, collaborative design firm for its 2&U tower project in Seattle, the c...read more
In the mid-1990s elevator giant Otis conducted a research project called Odyssey. Otis developed an elevator system that allowed elevator cab occupants to travel both vertically and horizontally within the same cab, with the option to travel vertically again. Illustrations: Douglas J. King, VOA Associates
VOA's Douglas King recalls the Odyssey project and ponders vertical transportation in high-rise h...read more
The $465 million structure replaces St. John's Regional Medical Center that was destroyed in a 2011 tornado that devastated the city. Rendering: Mercy.net
The new hospital features a window and frame system that can protect patients from winds of up to...read more
The façade’s crystalline upper floor will adapt to mirror the event or the arena’s surroundings. Rendering courtesy Populous
The live-concert venue will seat an audience of 12,000, which the firm says will be masked by “th...read more
The tower is designed to be 70% wood, and will contain gardens and flexible living spaces attached to a central concrete core. Renderings courtesy Weingartner Architects
The interiors for each unit are designed using an elastic living concept, where different spaces...read more
It’s particularly important for sensitive communication, when having tone and body language for context makes a difference.
One CEO looks pass convenience and advocates for old school, in-person meetings.
An intended outcome of the Affordable Care Act is to reduce overall inpatient activity by managing health, reducing average length of stay, reducing readmissions, and generally moving toward a holistic approach of population health rather than an acute, episodic approach. Photo: Ralf/Flickr
Healthcare providers are seeking direction on how to plan for a value-based world while still ver...read more
The design for a semi-submerged resort in Qatar includes luxury hotels, office buildings, and access to an activity zone in a marine park. Renderings courtesy Giancarlo Zema Design Group
The resort will have four semi-submerged hotels that look simil...read more
A scene from a sci-fi movie? No, these are the official renderings of the planned Aladdin City in Dubai. Renderings courtesy Dubai Media Office
Planned on 4,000 acres in the Dubai Creek area, the ...read more
"This rise is the first monthly gain since April 2014 and the eighth consecutive month in which petroleum prices were down on a year-over-year basis." said Associated Builders and Contractors Chief Economist Anirban Basu. Photo: Tosirog via Wikimedia Commons
The largest monthly gain in petroleum prices in over three years caused construction materials pr...read more
Developer Sam Mizrahi unveiled plans for a new skyscraper in Toronto called The One. Renderings courtesy of Foster and Partners.
Developer Sam Mizrahi worked with Foster and Partners and Core Architects to design Toronto's tal...read more
While the overall market is recovering, it’s not an even recovery, says JLL.
Raw materials and labor costs temper expectations for soaring profits.
Net zero office building prototype. Rendering courtesy HOK via Wikimedia Commons
The organization is offering technical assistance along with financial benefits.
Rendering courtesy Google
Its visions of “crabots” accentuate the search-engine giant’s recent fascination with robotics an...read more
The winning design was first proposed in 2010 with the help of Arup and Populous. Renderings courtesy Foster + Partners
Norman Foster described the design as “an exciting step forward in stadium design—it will be the...read more
The tower has an office space capacity for 4,000 employees and residential units for 800 households. Screenshot from BSB
After erecting the mega prefab tower in Changsha, China, modular builder BSB stated, “three floor...read more
The metal and glass S.R. Crown Hall of the Illinois Institute of Technology built in 1956, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Photo: Joe Ravi/Wikimedia Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0
A new report by the Metal Building Manufacturer's Association explains the entity's efforts in re...read more
The roller coaster will be the centerpiece of a new $300 entertainment center named Skyplex. Renderings courtesy Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock/Architects
The Skyscraper is expected to begin construction later this year, and open in 2016. It will stand...read more
Reflecting pools will be strewn throughout the building. Renderings courtesy Ennead Architects
The ancient Chinese civilization left some of the earliest records of humans studying the stars a...read more
Interior view of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Photo courtesy Jean_Christophe Benoist/Wikimedia Commons
High ceilings give us a sense of freedom, new research finds
Renderings courtesy ZhongRong Group
Plans for the new Crystal Palace Park were scrapped when the city and the project's developer cou...read more
Illustration: © Macaulay Campbell
The logic behind the push to cultivate chance encounters supposes that innovation is akin to a lo...read more
The Walt Disney Concert Hall, designed by Frank Gehry, home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
A research team at the University of Toronto at Scarborough worked with several European designer...read more