In her keynote speech at the USGBC’s annual conference, the Chicago-based architect shared a framework for articulating big ideas through design.
At the USGBC’s annual conference, the former president shared his thoughts on the most critical issues facing society today and reflected on life since leaving the White House.
The annual list recognizes products that reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.
A curvilinear house on Long Island in New York allows for privacy from neighboring residents while also providing vast, open views.
Leers Weinzapfel Associates led the team behind Adohi Hall, a 200,000-square-foot dormitory with living-learning spaces.
The new 37,000-square-foot Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is seeking LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge certification.
Advocates hope to see efforts like Marin County's Bay Area Low-Carbon Concrete Code—which would limit embodied carbon in both public and private projects—catch on around the globe.
A new textile-engineering training center at a German university is sheathed in 22,600 square feet of woven fiberglass PTFE fabric.
A New York–based firm elevates the living level of a house to capture views of the Hudson River.
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A new 12,000-square-foot building by TEF Design and Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design restores the glimmer of a 60s-era utility substation in the Tenderloin neighborhood.
A new light-based artwork by American artist Leo Villareal with London architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands has recently been installed on four Thames River bridges.
Twisting its way between Victorian-era and 1970s buildings, a new pedestrian bridge by WilkinsonEyre and Speirs + Major spans the years and a busy Toronto street with a graceful thrust.
In his ambitious debut book, University of Illinois architecture professor Alexander Eisenschmidt audaciously argues that a central tension in modern city-building has gone hiding in plain sight.
Author Lizabeth Cohen's new book on the urban planner is not merely a history but a reminder of the need to closely study government redevelopment efforts of the past.
A concrete-and-glass dwelling in Mexico City is immersed within an abundantly vegetated site, blurring the connection between inside and out.
Coldefy & Associés, RDAI, and HHCP Architects will design the project in Orlando.
A research institution in New York City ingeniously extends its leafy campus over a busy expressway.