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Starting October 1, new homes in Dallas, Texas must be “certifiable” under LEED guidelines or meet equivalent city standards.
The New York boutique reopened last month after a refurbishment by Hani Rashid of Asymptote Architecture.
An ingenious (and economical) combo of glass and light transforms Austin, Texas's AMOA-Arthouse at the Jones Center.
A new San Francisco exhibit showcases Buckminster Fuller's projects as well as Bay Area projects inspired by him. Through July 29.
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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.
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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.
Tillett Lighting Design's scheme for a public pool—on a barge floating on New York City's rivers—keeps views open to the surrounding cityscape.
The new Art of the Americas wing at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts transforms the institution for the next century.
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