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The environmental benefits of LED lighting

Light bulbs that use LED technology not only bring down your energy bills but are also more environmentally friendly when compared to incandescent bulbs and compact fluorescent lights, or CFLs. Both the manufacture and use of LED bulbs causes less damage to the environment...

source: By Piyush Bakshi
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The past few years in New York City have seen the rise of incredibly skinny towers, including one that's just 60 feet wide. But now, a new toothpick-thin skyscraper is emerging at 303 E. 44th St., which — at just 47 feet wide — will reportedly be the skinniest...

source: Tech Insider

Last week's column considered "150 Weird Words That Only Architects Use," as compiled by the architecture website Some of the buzz around the list suggests that many of these "weird words" are a lexicon of blather that architects use to snow clients and planning...

source: The Christian Science Monitor

Smartphone applications are greatly affecting the way we live, interact, collect and share data, whether at home, in the office or anywhere in between. A growing number of landscape architects now use apps in their workplace. In a recent survey by the American Society of...


The Architecture Billings Index score has seen a strong increase, signifying increasing levels of demand for design services for nearly all construction project types for the majority of the year. As an economic indicator of construction activity, the ABI reflects the approximate...

source: Healthcare Design

"Architecture is a field of repression," according to Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, who says that architects need to be more confrontational with their buildings. The New York-based architect — who is behind the Ground Zero masterplan and the Jewish Museum...

source: Dezeen

IKEA's got nothing on this innovative architecture studio out of Beijing, China. Penda wants to develop an entire city out of interlocking bamboo rods and rope — rethinking sustainable design as we know it. Bamboo grows commonly throughout China and is considered...

source: Tech Insider


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