2012 R+D Awards Citation: Integrated Reveal Base
Primary Developer: Bogue Trondowski Architects
Their research into Chicago's infrastructure led to a project.
University of Maryland
The WaterShed house took top honors in the overall competition.
Minimizing SSL Flicker
The Lighting Research Center in Troy, N.Y., has published a report in the journal Lighting Research &Technology on the subject of flicker and stroboscopic effects as they relate to solid-state lighting (SSL). The human factor studies were funded by the Alliance for Solid-State Illumination Systems...
Technology: Friend or Foe?
Lam Partners created Ideas to Light to inform and educate anyone interested in lighting and design, and to share knowledge the firm has amassed over a 40-year history designing integrated lighting for architecture and outdoor environments. The seventh post to appear on archlighting.com...
3 Up, 3 Down: Demographics Forecast Hot and Cold Metros
Apartment Finance Today polled three of the industry's top research houses to identify three markets with high demographic upside, and three others that have numbers working against them. Surprisingly, Fort Lauderdale emerged as one of the hottest, while Atlanta is expected to continue its slump.
NUMBERS MAY NOT LIE, BUT SOMETIMES they can make a liar out of conventional wisdom.
Three Demographic Trends That May Not Be True
The apartment industry certainly has demographics on its side. But some recent surveys and trends are turning some commonly held demographic beliefs on their ear.
Eric S. Belsky has been appointed managing director of Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies.
Exclusive Research: Finance Execs Expect More Distressed Opportunities in 2011
Nearly 62 percent of multifamily investors and developers anticipate more distressed acquisition opportunities in 2011, according to an exclusive survey of nearly 200 senior-level multifamily finance professionals.