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Green building regulatory trends drive plastics use

The construction and operation of buildings has a significant impact on the environment. In the U.S., buildings account for 39 percent of total energy consumption and 38 percent of carbon dioxide emissions. Buildings also use a tremendous amount of natural resources to...

source: By Don Rosato
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In a perfect world, we would all come into existence ready to leap into our purpose-driven lives and careers and make an impact solely based on instinct and raw passion. Wouldn't it be nice if we grew up and naturally knew how to do what we love doing most — perfectly?...

source: Freshome

Changes are gradually coming to the ways that architects can get licensed, reflecting the evolution of...

source: Albuquerque Journal

Sydney's One Central Park has been named the "Best Tall Building Worldwide" by the Council on...

source: Sourceable

Architect Michael Green's Wood Innovation Design Centre (WIDC) in Prince George, British Columbia, is a...

source: Sourceable

There are a lot of great architecture firms in Toronto, but one that I've been following for years is Solares Architecture. Founded by a husband and wife — Tom Knezic and Christine Lolley — the firm focuses on "environmentally integrated homes" which is simply...

source: Sustainable Cities Collective

Underutilized waterfront space is becoming a new hotspot for cities to make world-class parks. The most recent park to combine land and sea is the Melbourne's artificial beach and wave pool, designed by Damian Rogers Architecture.

source: Architizer


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