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  • Dallas Implements Green Building Code

    Starting October 1, new homes in Dallas, Texas must be “certifiable” under LEED guidelines or meet equivalent city standards.

  • Alessi's SoHo Store Gets A Facelift

    The New York boutique reopened last month after a refurbishment by Hani Rashid of Asymptote Architecture.

  • Exhibit: 'The Utopian Impulse'

    A new San Francisco exhibit showcases Buckminster Fuller's projects as well as Bay Area projects inspired by him. Through July 29.

  • Put Your Construction Business Purchasing Systems to Work

    In July we discussed the basics of a purchasing system, and how it can help you control costs and improve the quality of your projects.

  • Make More Money By Controling The Growth Of Your Building Business

    When I was a young builder in the early '80s, there was an old-timer in town who worked with a couple of his sons, a small crew, and a handful of good local subcontractors.

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  • Experiments in Light

    Light can assume many different personalities. Its mercurial properties enable it to be simultaneously utilitarian and abstract. And, on occasion, when artistic explorations lead to practical applications, we are reminded of design's capacity to solve problems and re-imagine basic principles.

  • The Winners from the 2009 Pro AV Spotlight Awards

    A selection of the 15 winning projects from around the country.

  • Getting Real About Energy Efficiency

    When it comes to the long-term energy performance of homes, there is little doubt — particularly after the recent spike in oil prices — that the marketplace is going to start expecting greater accountability and more sophisticated analysis.

  • Surviving the Recession

    We’re in the midst of unprecedented uncertainty in the financial markets, and consumer confidence is the lowest it’s been in a long time. It seems that no one really knows what’s going to happen.