Its use has long been ubiquitous in modern construction, but glass is coming...
- Smart Façades: Is Glass in Architecture Ready for an Overhaul?
- A Moral Obligation: Net-Zero Design and the Fight Against Climate Change
- Circle of life: designing sustainability after death
- The coming storm: designing climate-resilient buildings
- Innovative aluminium: new forms for 21st century design
Balfour Beatty financially closes Bowie State University project
Infrastructure projects developer Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions has reached financial close on a mixed-use student housing project at Bowie State University (BSU) in the US.
Marshall ISD approves Hellas’ plan to replace Maverick Stadium turf
The Board of Trustees of Marshall Independent School District (ISD) has approved a plan by Hellas Construction to replace the turf at Maverick Stadium in Texas, the US.
Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, New York
The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation is being developed within the American Museum of Natural History in New York, US.
SLAM acquires five CBRE Heery architectural design practices
The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM), a Connecticut-based architectural firm, has announced the strategic acquisition of five CBRE Heery architectural design practices.
Smart Façades: Is Glass in Architecture Ready for an Overhaul?
Its use has long been ubiquitous in modern construction, but glass is coming in for renewed scrutiny as architects and engineers look to increase energy efficiency in the era of climate change. Smart facade technology carries enormous promise, but is still in its infancy, as Ross Davies reports.
A Moral Obligation: Net-Zero Design and the Fight Against Climate Change
With the built-up environment a serious contributor of carbon emissions, architects have a part to play in tackling climate change. While not yet a standard practice, net-zero design is surely the way forward, writes Ross Davies.
Virginia’s Brandon Avenue housing project enters second phase
The University of Virginia’s Brandon Avenue Upper-Class Residence Hall project has entered the second phase of development.
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