As the population ages, designers of commercial and multifamily applications are incorporating new solutions to meet those demands. Ergonomics can be an integral part of design, manufacturing, and use. Nowhere is this more critical than in bathroom design.read more
Ulbricht will be working with Skender’s executive leadership team to augment partnerships and exp...read more
The 18-story, 350-room Hotel Indigo in downtown Los Angeles, which opens in June, will feature a grand lobby space with a playful design aesthetic that harkens back to the city's storied past, with references to a budding movie industry and the 1920s. Hirsch Bedner Associates designed the hotel. Image: Hotel Indigo
HKS and HBA even see a demand for hotels catering to “agritourism.”
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Given more time, Wright wanted to rebuild the country and change the nation.
Paris, Frankfurt, and Macau are all on the list, but none of them are more expensive than the cit...read more
The Rose Pauson House. Rendering courtesy of David Romero, Hooked on The Past
Architect David Romero recreated the Larkin Administration Building and the Rose Pauson House wit...read more
Maureen Dobbins, Lawrence Keenan, and Arthur Sanders to lead chapters of BOMA, AIA, and ICRI....
This paper is the first in a planned three-part series of studies on the evolution of diverse off...read more
2017 marks the first time that three architects together are honored with the prize.
The AIA Associates Award is given to individual Associate AIA members to recognize outstanding le...read more
Young Architects are defined as professionals who have been licensed 10 years or fewer regardless...read more
Sub-metering refers to monitoring systems added on specific equipment, systems, processes, or floors to determine where energy is being used. Tracking energy consumption through sub-metering is currently at a 40—60% ratio of clients who do and do not install sub-metering.
For owners of existing buildings, retrocommissioning creates a baseline to compare future buildin...read more
The program has been introduced at Rockefeller Center and will be expanded throughout the company...read more
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The starchitect will be teaching a course for MasterClass, an online education platform.
Hem Gupta founded Environmental Systems Design, a leading MEP engineering and consulting firm. Image: ESD
A 53-year career included engineering work on several of Chicago's iconic buildings.
Denver International Airport (DEN) Hotel and Transit Center. Photo courtesy of Gensler.
Gensler examines how design will shape the human experience in the next year and beyond.
Architects without a degree from an accredited program can pursue NCARB certification through a n...read more
The Well Living Lab studies the connection between health and the indoor environment to transform...read more
Abstract: The Art of Design will delve into the artistic processes of various influentia...read more
Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA and the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship receive the 2017 Collabora...read more
The award honors significant contributions to public architecture.
Rendering courtesy of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
The renderings are meant to show the potential of the site located in the heart of the Chicago Lo...read more
Designer: Leslie Lamarre, CKD, CID, TRG Architecture + Interior Design. Photo: Bernard Andre
Among the NKBA’s top 2017 bathroom trends are ceramic tile flooring, an increase in white fixture...read more
Designer: Nar Bustamante, Nar Fine Carpentry. Photo: Fred Donham.
Among the NKBA’s top 2017 kitchen trends are two-toned colored kitchens, an increase in technolog...read more
An aerial view of the Susan B. Anthony School in Daly City, Calif., one of the signature projects of Deems Lewis McKinley, which specializes in K-12 design. Image: DLM
The combination is expected to bolster HED’s presence in northern California and the K-12 sector....
General Motors Design Auditorium, Detroit, designed by SmithGroupJJR. Photo: James Haefner Photography
The Shigeru Ban-designed Aspen Art Museum and the General Motors Design Auditorium by SmithGroupJ...read more
Practically every building typology is evolving to meet the needs of the innovation economy. Why...read more
Rendering courtesy of Forbes Massie
The proposal was the winning entry in a design competition asking for ways to strengthen the iden...read more
Rendering courtesy of Space Exploration Architecture
As setting foot on Mars becomes a more realistic goal, the search for how to best develop Archite...read more
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“The Final Rule presents a considerable update to the life safety directives most healthcare syst...read more
Architectural licensure authorities in Australia and New Zealand have agreed to a process through which architects in the U.S. can earn licenses in those countries. More than half of the licensing boards in the U.S. have signed onto this arrangement, which took two years to work out. Pixabay Public Domain
NCARB finalizes reciprocal agreement with Australia and New Zealand.