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There’s concern in the building industry about the harmful effects on costing due to an already established tariff on Canadian softwood lumber and recently-set tariffs on Canadian, Mexican and European Union steel and aluminum.
As an architect, urban planner, designer, or manufacturer of AEC building materials, the responsibility for maintaining our environment is bestowed upon you. As an architect specifically, you're expected to consider how each decision you make impacts the environment not only physically but also socially.
In this article we are taking a look at the influence of Roman architecture on some of the most popular tourist destinations of today.
In this article we take a look at the 8 most common biodegradable materials that are forming a more sustainable future for the construction industry.
Just as people’s faces have features that can be recognized by algorithms, so do buildings.
In this article we take a look at 8 buildings that have been designed with nautical inspiration.
This article looks at shipping container architecture in Copenhagen.
In this article we take a look at Olympic stadiums from the 2000's and the fate they faced once the hype was over.
What are the “how-to” lessons we can leverage through virtual reality (VR) that could drive innovation and advance our built environment for the next 10, 100, or even 1,000 years?
In this article we break down everything you should consider when selecting a bike rack.
In this article we highlight buildings that have become infamous due to their post construction mishaps.
In this article we take a look at 5 building materials that have promise for a cleaner and greener future.
In this article we take a look at the top design trends of 2017 that occurred in the categories of architecture, interior design, landscape design, and urban design!
Protecting buildings before disaster strikes is just as important as the post-construction efforts to rebuild, and construction companies can play a large role in those efforts.
Why is it, that in an age where the value of a company is no longer based on assets or staff numbers, but on ideas – that architects still charge by the hour?
Very rarely do people recall or know of the gingerbread house styles that were built in the late 19th century and originated in Haiti.
The Art Deco movement for architecture may have been short lived (it was prominent from 1925-1940), but it greatly influenced some of the most famous buildings in the world.
In this article we take a look at some of the best examples from the Romanesque architectural period.