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Urban Placemaking Celebrated at RBA Award Events in Baltimore, Grand Rapids, and Olympia

Urban Placemaking Celebrated at RBA Award Events in Baltimore, Grand Rapids, and Olympia

Recognizing and awarding projects that show a clear passion for community and public/private partnerships.

November 2015
Living Structures Should Come From Living Patterns

Living Structures Should Come From Living Patterns

Dr. Nikos Salingaros explores the architectural theory behind patterns of human behavior in this, the second post in a series of articles about the influence of patterns on living structures.

November 2015
Rio de Janeiro Enters the Global Dialogue

Rio de Janeiro Enters the Global Dialogue

The first International Forum of Architecture and Urbanism at the RioAcademy brought together top architects and urbanists.

November 2015
Personalizing Temperature Control

Personalizing Temperature Control

Physical comfort and energy savings come together in a new app by Building Robotics.

November 2015
Digital Detox

Digital Detox

The influx of digital components in hotels can make for an overstimulated stay. How can guests find sanctuary from this bombardment?

November 2015
It Takes a Village to Build a Solar Decathlon House

It Takes a Village to Build a Solar Decathlon House

How quick thinking and neighborly collaboration contributed to the success of the UT-TUM NexusHaus.

November 2015
The 21st Century Needs Its Own Paradigm Shift in Architecture

The 21st Century Needs Its Own Paradigm Shift in Architecture

The first in a series of articles about the way that living structures should come from patterns.

October 2015
Connecting Creatives Over Coffee and Bagels

Connecting Creatives Over Coffee and Bagels

CreativeMornings began seven years ago, when Tina Roth Eisenberg of Swissmiss began gathering the creative community of New York for breakfast and a short talk once a month.

October 2015
What Is and Is Not Biophilic Design?

What Is and Is Not Biophilic Design?

If design doesn’t focus on aspects of the natural world that contribute to human health and productivity in the age-old struggle to be fit and survive, it’s not biophilic.

October 2015
Designing for the Health-Conscious Office

Designing for the Health-Conscious Office

The American Society of Interior Designers' CEO Randy Fiser on the intersection of health and the workplace

October 2015
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