As these three examples of nonprofit and public-sector clients suggest, those at the top can empower architects to make impactful choices, provided they embrace sustainable goals of substance.
Author: Deane Madsen
The term “big data” often sounds scarier than it is, but the reality is that data can inform design thinking, as a recent Think Tank panel discussion at EYP’s Washington, D.C. office affirmed.
Panelists at this Metropolis Think Tank event at Perkins+Will's D.C. office stressed the importance of remembering that there’s no one-size-fits-all fix.
Haworth’s sphere of activity is broad and extends to education at all levels. In particular, the manufacturer has partnered with Clemson University to create a hotbed of campus activity.
Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Project opens at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. on May 3rd.
The city's southwestern waterfront was wiped bare nearly five decades ago under the banner of urban renewal, but now that's changing.
At Metropolis's Washington D.C. Think Tank in December, hosted by Gensler, panelists—ranging from architects to a politician—discussed how to design for a healthier America.
The celebrated Japanese artist will oversee the restoration—the museum's first since the Gordon Bunshaft–designed building opened 42 years ago.