Performing Arts Centers
A ranking of the Top 75 International Design Firms based on Building Design+Construction's 2009 G...read more
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A ranking of the Top 100 University Design Firms based on Building Design+Construction's 2009 Gia...read more
A ranking of the Top 100 Institutional Design Firms based on Building Design+Construction's 2009...read more
University construction spending is 13% higher than a year ago—mostly for residence halls and inf...read more
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) has announced t...read more
Construction spending for education expanded modestly but steadily through March, while at the sa...read more
The curtain opens on the Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center at Kent State University in early 2010...read more
The Durst Organization and Bank of America have opened New York's first LEED-certified theater, t...read more
The show will go on in Kansas City’s beloved Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium thanks to a fast...read more
In 1985, the city of San Diego ordered the historic Balboa Theatre, its beleaguered performing ar...read more
As the home to Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals—the oldest theatrical company in the nation—12...read more
Located in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, Victory Gardens Theater Company has welcomed up-a...read more
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Perkins+Will's Janice Barnes covers the four steps that designers should take to create POEs that...read more
As part of our ongoing studies of how building design influences human behavior in today’s social...read more
In New Orleans, a National Guard helicopter helps close a breach in a canal during Hurricane Katrina, which caused more than $150 billion in damage. Photo: courtesy Skanska
Moving critical elements to higher ground and designing for longer lifespans are just some of the...read more
In a new report, HOK and Biomimicry 3.8 partnered to study how lessons from the temperate broadleaf forest biome, which houses many of the worlds largest population centers, can inform the design of the built environment.
In a new report, HOK and Biomimicry 3.8 partnered to study how lessons from the temperate broadle...read more
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Arup, Perkins+Will, and Sasaki Associates are among the firms to develop custom digital tools for polling building occupants and end users. Pictured: Sasaki's MyCampus interactive mapping program
The rise of mobile devices and social media, coupled with the use of advanced survey tools and in...read more
"Operational stray" occurs when a building’s MEP systems don’t work the way they should. Even the...read more
Image courtesy Advanced Technology Inc.
Beyond its long-standing role as a preferred material for a building’s structure and roof, metal...read more
Our collective desire to live in cities has never been stronger. According to the World Health Or...read more
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Theatre Projects played the lead role in theatre design and planning as well as in engineering th...read more