• The 2015 gb&d Green Awards

    gb&d and AIA Atlanta are pleased to announce the opening of the first annual Green Awards celebrating excellence in sustainable architecture. These awards will follow the AIA National Convention each year and recognize sustainableMore

  • Guest Editors María Arquero de Alarcón & Jen Maigret

    MAde Studio is not your ordinary architecture practice, if there even is such a thing. Founded by a Spain-born urbanist and a former biologist, the Michigan-based interdisciplinary studio has made waves recentlyMore

  • Bet the House

    Many architecture students enter their university programs seeking to change the skylines of the world with the next generation of iconic buildings. Others work to ensure that every human being is simplyMore

  • The Next Big Idea in Urban Design

    1 María Arquero de Alarcón and Jen Maigret  URBAN STEWARDSHIP In North America, the practice of urban design is increasingly facing conditions of disinvestment. Post-industrial Rust Belt cities are especially emblematic of thisMore

  • The 10 Most Powerful Women in Sustainability

    Hillary Clinton tops our list of leaders shaping the way we make, think, and build More


Mind, Body, Bottom Line

This much is intuitive: how we feel affects our ability to work. If we are tired or have a headache, it’s probably not going to be our most productive day. If weMore

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Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion

A portion of the Rose Fitzgerald Greenway, a linear park created by the burying of Boston’s I-93 in 2007, is now lit up at night by an architecturally distinct educational pavilion designedMore

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Zero Energy House

One of the latest proud brainchildren of A Studio Architects and the International Living Futures Institute, the Zero Energy House sits on a brownfield site in Auckland, New Zealand. Designed to achieveMore

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John and Frances Angelos Law Center

As a series of interlocking, “L”-shaped volumes—each featuring a unique façade—University of Baltimore’s 192,000-square-foot Angelos Law Center unites the university’s law school in a 12-story, LEED Platinum building that takes advantage ofMore

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KMC Corporate Office

Contrary to how it appears at first glance, the office of KMC Constructions in Cyber City, Hyderabad, is not a giant hedge shaped like a building. Beneath its outer sheet of vegetation,More

435 Indio Way

Awarded Best Rehab by Silicon Valley Business Journal in 2014, 435 Indio Way represents a model for taking a 40-year-old concrete tilt-up and turning it into a high-tech, net-zero office space. AMore


Green With Envy

Envy the Pacific Northwest. Due to its extensive hydroelectric power generation, the region has remarkably inexpensive energy, and in many locales, geothermal energy—170-degree-Fahrenheit water produced by the Earth’s mantle—is tapped to heatMore


Some Disassembly Required

Over the past five years, Austin’s Rainey Street district has transformed from a sleepy neighborhood into a vibrant drinking destination, with many of the street’s historic homes repurposed as bars and restaurants.More


Ground Swell

As the fourth largest city in North America, Toronto has its share of post-industrial landscapes to contend with. And as the largest metropolitan hub on the Great Lakes, Toronto’s share of derelictMore


Certified Golden Years

Smart, resource-efficient buildings aren’t just for the young and hip anymore. Atria, one of the largest senior-living providers in the country, has put an exclamation point on that thought with the completionMore