From NC State University, Dr. Bill Hunt explains how stormwater management practices can be applied to streets.
From the Design Quarterly: Sustainably growing food and community at Adams Crossing
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Micro-lofts have been a fast-growing trend in urban areas, but can they work well in the suburbs too? Our experts share their insights.
Extreme caution! The trials and tribulations of renovating historic buildings in NYC
An engineer gives an inside-out perspective on guiding Gilded Age properties into a new era
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Does your land development project maximize environmental assets?
There is a value proposition to retaining environmental features for developers and home buyers—and it’s changed in the last 20 years
A collaborative planning process helps chart a new course in Charlotte, North Carolina
The community-driven South End Vision Plan will help transform the area into a cohesive, dynamic, urban transit-oriented neighborhood
Driving economically robust downtowns from buildings that are already there
Using innovative tools to convert old commercial space and create the environment needed for new office towers
[With Video] Is a paperless project possible? New technologies bring new possibilities
From drones to virtual reality, today’s technology is changing the design industry—one benefit is we’re reducing paper and waste
Corporate workplace design: 8 interiors trends to watch
NeoCon 2018 revealed a softer focus, including organic shapes, smoky glass, integrated accessories, and Scandinavian partnerships
Holistic stormwater management often requires more than ponds and rain gardens
Underground trenches and stormwater tanks are two new innovations helping municipalities and watershed districts improve water quality
Presenting Design Quarterly 03: Technology driving change
Pushing technology to create lasting, human-centered places
In the battle of suburbs vs. cities, could both be winning?
Five years ago, experts were predicting continued urban rebound and suburban decline. What really happened?
Issue 03 | Technology Driving Change
How technology is changing the way we communicate and think about design
Making a case for living small and sharing more in urban areas
Research is showing that going small can make living in a city affordable and comfortable
Student housing series: Student housing vs. multi-family housing—what are the differences?
While student and multi-family housing share a common building form, it’s the student resident that drives the innovation of new spaces
Published in Interior Design: Solitair Brickell
Solitair Brickell, a 50-story high-rise sports a unique angular basket-weave facade that riffs on the Medjool date palm
International Downtown Association Report: The Value of U.S. Downtowns and Center Cities
This groundbreaking study by the IDA, Stantec, and HR&A Advisors highlights a downtown’s unique and impactful contributions to a city's economy, inclusiveness, vibrancy, identity, and resilience
Residential communities that work for all income levels
A look at designing residences within established neighborhoods for people who require financial support
Mystery and intrigue: Using art as design inspiration
How artwork can influence and inspire interior design and create timeless spaces
Planning for 100: Looking beyond the horizon of zero-net-energy buildings
Imagine a future where buildings and infrastructure are 100 percent utilized and 100 percent responsive
Resilient design for waterfront buildings: A real estate win-win in a vulnerable area