Its use has long been ubiquitous in modern construction, but glass is coming...
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.
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.
The Media-TIC Building Designed by Enric Ruiz Geli, Cloud 9, Barcelona
The Media-TIC building in Barcelona is an information and communication technology hub designed to incubate, generate, exhibit and invite new ideas and developments in ICT.
A roadside reinvention: Inside Mollie’s Motel and Diner
Luxury and the roadside hotel might not appear to be obvious bedfellows, but a new motel, situated off a major UK road, is promising to reinvent a tired concept. Going by the name of Mollie's Motel and Diner – with a tip of the hat to 1950s America – Ross Davies meets its creator Nick Jones.
Empire State Building to open renovated 102nd-floor Observatory
The Empire State Building (ESB) is set open the newly renovated 102nd-floor Observatory on 12 October.
September top news stories
The UK’s University of Manchester started a tender process for a development and investment partner for the £1.5bn ($1.65bn) ID Manchester project and Real estate developer Iulius Company and Atterbury Europe opened the €327m ($359m) Iulius Town mixed-use project in Timisoara, Romania. Designbuild-network.com wraps up key headlines of September 2019.
Trapolin-Peer Architects completes restoration of Sazerac House in US
US-based based company Trapolin-Peer Architects has completed the redevelopment of the cultural destination Sazerac House, located at Canal and Magazine Streets intersection in New Orleans.
Scottish Government confirms £2m support for Paisley Museum project
The Scottish Government has announced a decision to contribute £2m in funding to support the major refurbishment project of the Paisley Museum.
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