| Jul 23, 2015

Bringing Comfort to Patients and Families Through Uses of Color

Bringing Comfort to Patients and Families Through Uses of Color In children’s hospitals,…
| Jun 18, 2015

The Nuance of Neutrals


 

| May 22, 2015

Shades of Gray—And One Green

Many companies utilize their signature colors for the exterior and interior of their office suites, buildings, and more. But for a product strategy and design firm in Austin, Texas, just one simple hue was needed to represent the brand.

Coatings | May 6, 2015

Color and Contrast in the Built Environment

Because color is incredibly subjective, personal and situational, it is difficult to study scientifically. There is no conclusive evidence to fully support one color’s beneficial effects on the human mind and body over another color.

Coatings | Apr 20, 2015

Wayfinding With Color

Color’s prominent role in wayfinding has become a focus in architecture, as color association is strong and memorable for regular occupants and occasional visitors alike. 

| Mar 23, 2015

Brightening Young Minds with Color

Education is changing, and school design is changing with it. The old-fashioned classroom, filled with rows of front-facing desks, is giving way to other types of learning spaces. 

Energy Efficiency | Mar 16, 2015

California cuts its carbon footprint with solar

Spanning four locations in Central Valley, the California Renewable Energy Small Tariff projects pack a lot of power and are prime examples of the real-life benefits of going solar.

| Feb 25, 2015

Light and bright can cool you down

Colors can be a helpful tool for meeting energy performance goals.

Multifamily Housing | Feb 23, 2015

Millennials to outgrow Baby Boomers in 2015

The Baby Boomer generation, once the nation's largest living generation, will be outpaced by the Millennials this year, according to the Pew Research Center.

Multifamily Housing | Feb 17, 2015

Young Millennials likely to return home

Ninety percent of individuals born between 1980 and 1984 and who hold a Bachelor’s degree left home before they were 27 years hold. However, half of this group later returned to their parents’ home, according to a study by the National Longitudinal Study of Youth.


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