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  • Firm Profile: Holst Architecture

    Forget cookie cutter solutions. Site-specific sustainable responses are non-negotiable for Holst Architecture.

  • Firm Profile: Orcutt|Winslow

    Orcutt|Winslow's team talks about how you can take a good project to great by continuing to ask questions.

  • Health, Safety, and Welfare Also Includes Building Performance

    Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Steven Winter, FAIA, and Maureen Guttman, AIA, discuss the role of incentives and regulations in moving high-performance building into mainstream practice.

  • Health is not a Building Typology

    Designing for health is different from healthcare design. The AIA, with a guest appearance by the Acting U.S. Surgeon General, examines why all building professionals should also consider themselves to be public health workers.

  • Why Sustainability Needs Experimentation And a Bit More Risk

    Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Blaine Brownell and Dennis Wedlick explore the push-pull dynamic between product development and high-performance design, and call for more experimentation between now and 2020.

  • South Carolina Avoids LEED Ban Through Compromise

    While a new law does not ban the green building rating system, the Palmetto State pushes back on LEED’s material disclosure credits.

  • Ten Residential Projects Take the 2014 AIA Housing Awards

    From passive and resilient design strategies to interactive, high-performance facades, each of the 10 residential projects honored in the 2014 AIA Housing Awards tout high-performance features.

  • The Future of Cities Will Be Green

    ARUP looks into how architecture and infrastructure can better address climate change, resource scarcity, rising energy costs, disaster resistance, and human and environmental health through sustainable design strategies.

  • Shigeru Ban Architects Wins the 2014 Pritzker Prize

    The Japanese architect, known for his paper disaster relief structures as well as his minimalist permanent works, is the prize’s 35th laureate.

  • Will You Design D.C.'s High Line?

    Project teams wanted: The 11th Street Bridge Park design competition is seeking to turn an existing bridge and underutilized waterfront into a dynamic elevated park with shoreline civic spaces, an environmental education center, and urban agriculture.