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  • Break Out of the Box

    It started in June 2001 with a survey asking neighbors and residents of Seattle’s High Point development which of seven housing types they preferred for the site.

  • Piranesi As Designer

    A fresh look at the eighteenth century artist and architect Giambattista Piranesi.

  • The Savior of New Orleans?

    So much depends on Ed Blakely, the planner charged with pushing the recovery effort from idea to reality.

  • Welcome To Monticello

    A visitors center by ayers/saint/gross builds on the legacy of America's third president and first architect, Thomas Jefferson.

  • Charlotte, N.C.

    Smart development options downtown and on the outskirts are keeping the banking and finance hub that is Charlotte on an upward course.

  • Blumenthal, Smith, and del Signore Create Blackbird Lighting Company

    Lester Blumenthal and Mark del Signore, former partners of Blumenthal Alternative Wallcovering (now owned by Steelcase), have joined with industrial designer Christopher Smith to form Sheffield, Massachusetts-based Blackbird. For residential and commercial applications, the company's lighting...

  • Urban Instrument

    On a fairly non-descript street in Washington D.C.'s downtown business district sits a not so undescript public artwork. Commissioned by the building developer as part of an overall refurbishment for the 1970's office building he purchased, Low-Rez/Hi-Fi, as the piece is called, adds vibrancy to...

  • dba Design-Build

    In this article I'll share some of the lessons we've learned over the last seven years of design-build work. We still have much to master — if only I live that long.

  • Material Witness

    Through his research, his writing, and his design, architect Blaine Brownell is changing the profession's awareness of building products and materials.

  • Ample Samples

    Several companies offer tools to streamline the process of selecting materials—employing emerging sustainable technologies, online access, and critical insight to sort through and reduce the growing piles of product samples in every office corner.