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Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson

Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson

Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson has been a contributing editor with ARCHITECT since 2008. Her articles and essays have appeared in The New York Times, Metropolis, Fast Company's Co.Design, and The Atlantic's CityLab, among many other publications.

Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson's Posts

How Trump Plans to Fix the Nation's Infrastructure How Trump Plans to Fix the Nation's Infrastructure

The President-elect's ambitious proposal relies on private financing, but the plan has its critics. Read more

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The Performing Arts: Why Occupant Behavior is the New Big Thing in Green Building The Performing Arts: Why Occupant Behavior is the New Big Thing in Green Building

Gathering data to change occupant behavior is the next frontier in sustainable design (see LEED's new Dynamic Plaque). Here's why architects who embrace building performance may help their bottom lines. Read more

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The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What? The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What?

The detailed outcomes of the grassroots study were released today during the third annual symposium organized by the AIA San Francisco committee. Read more

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Rising Star: Tonic Design | Tonic Construction Rising Star: Tonic Design | Tonic Construction

This Raleigh, N.C.-based firm, made up of the husband-and-wife team of Vincent Petrarca and Katherine Hogan doesn't have a singular style, but does have a distinctive vision. Read more

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Lighting the Lowline Lighting the Lowline

A radical experiment in daylighting could result in New York's first illuminated underground park. Read more

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