U.S. Department of Energy event to be held July 15th-17th in Austin.
There’s two types of people in this world: those who like The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, and th...read more
Courtesy Hickory Street Capital
Stantec Architecture and Studio K Creative designed the project.
Rendering courtesy of DAS Architects
DAS Architects designed the project.
Courtesy of BIG
The 75,000-sf hotel is currently under construction.
Courtesy of Embassy Suites by Hilton
The hotel brings 282 suites to Seattle’s oldest neighborhood.
Dallas, Houston, and New York lead the way, with more than 460 hotel projects in the works.
The top world region by project count is North America.
The 63-story tower will house a Mandarin Oriental hotel, residences, and restaurants.
Living the Till, EoA Inc.'s treetop hotel resort concept, is this year's Radical Innovation grand prize winner. The concept, which allows for temporary inhabitable living in remote areas, was chosen from 65 entries. Image: EoA Inc.
The grand prize hotel concept gives new meaning to “back to nature.”
New York has the largest hotel construction pipeline of any U.S. market.
Photo: David Mitchell
The hotel’s uniquely deep foundation allows the building to have extensive amenity space.
The 45-story, 500-foot-tall tower is composed of two primary volumes.
The “living room,” a common meeting place within the W Bellevue in Washington State, takes its cue from local long house design. Image: Marriott International
The brand’s focus will incorporate aspects of its properties’ surrounding communities.
Photo: Courtesy of Nu-Wood
One of the goals during the hotel’s 2014 and 2015 refurbishment was to create a low maintenance e...read more
Rendering courtesy of Luxigon / Mir and Kengo Kuma Associates
Kengo Kuma is designing the hotel, which will feature a large garden and a plant-covered façade. ...
This year's Radical Innovation competition singled out for an honorable mention a hospitality concept called Garden House, devised by a student from the U.K.-based Architectural Association School of Architecture, that is super energy efficient. Image: Courtesy of John Hardy Group
Original hospitality design concepts lean on enhancing traveler comfort and mobility.
Lotte World Tower’s glass-bottomed observation deck allows visitors to stand 1,640 feet above gro...read more
AIA is positive about spending growth for nonresidential building over the next two years, but notes this sector might be at the tail end of the current construction cycle. Image: Unsplash via Pixabay
Expects another double-digit growth year for office construction, but a more modest uptick for he...read more
Rendering: ©Ateliers 2/3/4/
Equipped with hanging gardens and a panoramic viewpoint for its top tier, Jardins de l’Arche Towe...read more
Rendering courtesy of Stefano Boeri Architetti
The hotel looks to create a symbiosis between man, nature, and architecture.
Photo courtesy of The Hotel at Oberlin
The Hotel at Oberlin anchors the Peter B. Lewis Gateway Center, the cornerstone of Oberlin’s Gree...read more
Rendering courtesy of JE Dunn
The hotel will combine the AC Hotels, Residence Inn, and SpringHill Suites brands.
Taipei 101, a 2.1-million-sf, 1,667-foot-tall office building in Taiwan that was completed in 2004, was chosen by the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat as the winner of its 2016 Performance Award for efficiency and sustainability. CTBUH also selected what it considers to be the best tall buildings in four regions of the world. Image: @Taipai Financial
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat selects winners in four regions.
The Millennial workforce is growing fast. An estimated 10,000 people turn 21 every day.
AEC firms, particularly those that design hotels and offices, gain a competitive edge by knowing...read more
The 506,000 rooms under contract in April represent a 14.6% YoY increase.
The ground floors of Oceanwide Center's two towers will be lifted up five stories to create an “urban room” with pedestrian crossings. Image: Foster + Partners
One of Oceanwide Center’s buildings will be the city’s second tallest.
SushiSamba’s 14,000-sf restaurant in Las Vegas is distinguished by a colorful, arching interior design. iCrave was the designer, PWI Construction the GC. Courtesy Forté Specialty Contractors. Click here to enlarge.
Restaurants are more than just places to eat. They are comprising town centers and playing into t...read more
Lobbies aren’t just for waiting around anymore. In New York City, Shawmut Design and Construction’s renovation of Smyth Hotel’s 7,900-sf lobby, main entrance, and storefront divided the lobby area into four sections: Living Room, Den, Library, and Evening Bar. Photo: Noah Fecks
Hotels and restaurants are branching out to attract more customers—and hold onto them longer. ...
This AIA CES Discovery course discusses the six elements of an EIFS wall assembly; common EIFS fa...read more