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Thanks to a collaborative effort by the members of Project Milestone in the Netherlands, it’s now clear to everyone that 3D printed houses are most certainly on their way.
Structural failures and other jobsite disasters can lead to financial and legal problems — as well as damage to the contractor’s reputation.
"Luminaries of the lighting profession gathered at Chicago’s trendy Revel Fulton Market..to honor the winners of the 35th Annual International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) International Lighting Design Awards. Seventeen projects from eleven countries were on display – including in.."
World Architecture Community News – Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects to design cloud-shaped Chengdu Natural History Museum in China
A new generation of outdoor lights spreading across landscapes require greater scrutiny to reduce harm to wildlife, says a USC-led research group that developed a new tool to help fix the problem.
When the wall came tumbling down, Bill Price’s West Palm Beach law firm found its roof under thousands of pounds of brick from the building next door and then the weight of two years of litigation.
A blank canvas in a city like Dubai is an architect’s dream, and Hong Kong based James Law ‘Cybertecture’ did not hold back.
Introducing: ‘The Pad’
The 26 storey tall residential building that looks like an iPod, located in Business Bay, is nearly complete and it fits into Dubai’s modern skyline like a dream.
Whether you’re already on the green home bandwagon or you’re just starting to dip your toes in, here are the hottest trends to guide your eco-upgrades in 2018. (And, in the 20 years I’ve been watching things, this is bound to be the best year yet!)
The Nation’s highest public award for new architecture
Thanks to Ken at Wisconsin Development News for sharing this story originally.
Manhattan Construction Co. and Stantec Architecture told a school board they are working to determine the cause while work is still underway.