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Midcourse correction for building industry as demand slows

Hopes for a sustained rebound in the building industry have dwindled as indicators point to slower growth in the second quarter. Still, growth in most sectors remains positive, although not as robust as previously anticipated. In its Construction Outlook for the second quarter...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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Blame starchitecture, the rise of social media or maybe just the evergreen reality of the 24-hour news cycle: Architecture is no longer free from the taint of publicity. Firms that would have ordinarily pooh-poohed the notion of ever promoting themselves openly now are turning...

source: Archinect

Water, aggregate, cement. Mix them together, and you produce concrete — usually the most banal of building materials, not even as characterful or satisfying to touch as well-fired brick. But when concrete is used by brilliant architects...

source: The Independent

We are accustomed to being able to click a few buttons and get...

source: WebUrbanist

Since its construction in 1898, the El Moore apartments in Detroit's Midtown district have played many...

source: Detroit Free Press

Beneath the streets of New York City lies a maze of pipes through which some 2 billion gallons of water flow each day. Few people ever see this, and like so much of the infrastructure that powers our cities and lives, it escapes the notice and understanding of those who...

source: Wired

If Arx Pax, a cutting-edge technology firm led by Greg and Jill Henderson, has its way, levitating objects...

source: ArchDaily


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