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    Updated rules include new checklists for thermal enclosures and HVAC installation quality.

  • Sam Rashkin on Codes, Standards, and Rating Systems

    The co-founder of Energy Star for Homes discusses new levels of performance requirements that will shape the future of our industry.

  • Going to Greenbuild? Have Lunch on Us

    Architects, designers, and green-building professionals going to Toronto are invited to join ECO-STURCTURE to celebrate the 2011 winners of the annual Evergreen Awards competition on Oct. 6.

  • Pallas Textiles Science Matters

    Science Matters, designed by San Francisco-based designer Laura Guido Clark, draws inspiration from the juxtaposition between the geometry and linearity of biological structures in contrast to organic variations.

  • Light Meter

    Using the right lighting calculation tools can affect a project's success or failure, so how do designers choose the right ones for the job?

  • Rubik Code, Part One

    Glenn Heinmiller and ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING magazine decipher what today's energy codes mean for lighting practices.

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  • Website With Tax Credit Assistance From Pella

    Pella. The companys Web site provides information about basic performance options and benefits the best use of its Insulshield windows energy tax credits and a complete list of products that qualify for those credits. Its Architectural Services Division also offers consultations and tools to select...

  • Architectural Area Lighting Largent

    AAL's new Designer LL series includes an LED version of its popular Largent area luminaire.

  • Newsletter Promotes Cypress Benefits

    The Southern Cypress Manufacturers Association, Pittsburgh, has introduced a new e-newsletter designed for architects, designers, builders and homeowners interested in learning more about cypress, a naturally sustainable, durable and versatile forest resource.