Middle-aged men who attempt skateboarding for the first time are likely to come away from that experience with lots of abrasions and cuts. But, other than cleansing the wounds, they will heal if left alone. Imagine the engineering possibilities...
With the cost of certain materials and skilled labor rising, Brian Sudduth, a senior vice president of Miller Construction Company, expect owners and developers will see a continual upward trend in construction costs. Of course, that's consistent with the trend in 2014 —...
A downtown Tulsa architect, intent on saving what's here, is using a new tool on the city's oldest buildings. It's helping a preservationist decide what can be preserved. Chris Lilly is an architect who never really gets to start from...
It's a mind-blowing year for boundary-pushing architecture. 2015 is set to see the arrival of Europe and China's tallest buildings, a New York housing block that towers over the Empire State, and a Scottish cathedral brought back from the dead.
While architectural firms compete with their designs for 3-D printed dwellings, one company in China has quietly been setting about getting the job done. In March of last year, company WinSun claimed to have printed 10 houses in 24 hours,...
Despite all of the interest in zero energy buildings, there’s no hard-and-fast rule defining what zero energy actually means. To standardize the process and further incentivize energy reduction efforts, the DOE has funded the National Institute of Buildings Sciences...
Architecture for Humanity, the international nonprofit that addresses global humanitarian problems with sustainable architectural solutions, recently shut down its San Francisco headquarters. The organization quietly laid off all staff and closed its head office in San Francisco...
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