Along with ways to make buildings more sustainable and healthier, researchers, professionals and governments are looking at how building design can promote physical activity as well. Growing concern about the health risks and high cost of obesity, overly sedentary lifestyles...
Submitting your work to CRIT is easy. Simply take work you've already produced and send a sample to the CRIT Editorial Team! Both written and design work are welcome. If your work is chosen for publication, the editorial team will work with you over the following weeks to...
The Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship was established as a memorial to Don Brinkmann, an inspirational and gifted interior designer. Top students entering their final year of a U.S. not-for-profit CIDA-accredited interior design program in the Fall of 2015 are encouraged to...
The Gensler Diversity Scholarship celebrates our firm's commitment to diversity through mentorship and empowerment of the best emerging design talent. Top African-American students who will be entering their final year of a U.S. not-for-profit NAAB-accredited architecture...
As many of you know, Obi and I have been doing a lot of travel recently. Obi just spent a week touring the AIAS chapters and schools across Texas, and I've been on a crazy trip around the West Quad, ranging from San Diego to Bozeman, Montana! It's been an exhausting run,...
Green building is a buzz word because of compelling reasons. Green buildings are easier to light, cool...
Would you live in a building that could think for itself? Architect Doris Sung believes that the future of architecture is designing building energy-efficient facades that imitate biological "skin" and are able to respond autonomously to changes in weather conditions.
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