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Can a Seattle startup help solve our affordable housing crisis? Karrie Jacobs reports:
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Automation helped Morhposis ( ) and the A. Zahner Co. ( ) realize a bespoke rainscreen for the innovative academic building in New York for this Honorable Mention in our 2018 R+D Awards.
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Check out the world's largest 3D-printed structure.
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Stops on the fully booked tour will include and Associates Aoyama studio and the 2020 Olympic Stadium.
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Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab Aims to Save Communities Above and Below Water: To preserve and promote indigenous marine life, the Architectural Ecologies Lab at the California College of the Arts turned to the phenomenon of biofouling.
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Plans for CLT Tower Project in Oregon Fall Through
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Designed by Brian Wickersham and his firm, , Croft Residence has been awarded the 2018 Single-Family Residential Citation Award.
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This Week in Tech: A Tiny House That Could Revolutionize The Way We Live.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Green Exercise Machine Converts Human Exertion Into Usable Energy: Developers can reduce their energy costs, carbon footprint by adding the equipment to their buildings' fitness facilities, says company.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Tod Williams and Billie Tsien Receive New Medal for Excellence in Architecture and Environmental Design.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab Aims to Save Communities Above and Below Water: To preserve and promote indigenous marine life, the Architectural Ecologies Lab at the California College of the Arts turned to the phenomenon of biofouling.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Innovative Detail: A mesmerizing array of geometries constructed in glulam timber greets visitors entering a new expansion by Architects :
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Designed by LEVER Architecture​, the Framework building in Portland, Ore., has been abandoned.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Automation helped Morhposis ( ) and the A. Zahner Co. ( ) realize a bespoke rainscreen for the innovative academic building in New York for this Honorable Mention in our 2018 R+D Awards.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
The festival organizers announced the winners of the J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Next Progressives: Denver-based Independent Architecture
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Automation helped Morphosis and A. Zahner Co. realize a bespoke rainscreen for the innovative academic building in New York for this Honorable Mention in our 2018 R+D Awards.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
This Week in Tech: A Floating Park Made Entirely of Recycled Plastic Waste.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 21
Showcasing a new product at the upcoming Expo? Submit it to our Fall Product Call for potential publication in our November issue and on our website.
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ARCHITECT Magazine Jul 20
Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab Aims to Save Communities Above and Below Water: To preserve and promote indigenous marine life, the Architectural Ecologies Lab at the California College of the Arts turned to the phenomenon of biofouling.
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