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  • Learn the Ins and Outs of Building Information Modeling

    As Building Information Modeling (BIM) continues to blur the lines between architecture, engineering, and construction disciplines, education among these professions becomes increasingly important.

  • ECOHOME magazine Launched

    ECOHOME magazine, residential architect's newest sister publication, will provide housing industry professionals(architects, remodelers, and builders) with comprehensive information on the latest green products and technologies.

  • Virtually Tour The WIRED LivingHome

    In October 2007, the modular house built by LivingHomes in partnership with WIRED Magazine, designed by Ray Kappe, FAIA, opened its doors to visitors to showcase new innovations and technologies alongside green, sustainable design.

  • Tap Into the "Green Appliance Collection" on Google SketchUp

    At the International Builders Show, Whirlpool Corp., parent company of several popular home appliance brands, launched the Green Appliance Collection, a set of 3-D models for use with Google SketchUp 3-D modeling software.

  • Take a Course in Sustainable Home Design—Online

    Solar Energy International, an educational non-profit organization that provides renewable energy education and training, is offering a six-week, self-paced online course on up-to-date strategies for sustainable new home construction and remodels.

  • Online Service Streamlines Architectural Modeling Process

    LGM, an architectural modeling shop, is now offering a Web service that reduces the time required for ordering and producing architectural models.

  • shop talk

    In bizarro world, all of your clients are surgeons, hedge fund managers, or high-net-worth individuals with the resources to afford anything they want. If they want custom hardware from The Nanz Co., they can have it. Salvaged vintage stone tile from Pari

  • The Architect's Newspaper

    Combining timeliness with authority, The Architect's Newspaper is the most comprehensive source of information on the latest projects and commissions, unfolding politics and debate, current events and cultural developments related to architecture, with an emphasis on the tri-state region.

  • network news

    These days, high-end home buyers expect to have music in every room and a palette of viewing options at every TV. Internet in every room isn't far behind, making cable and data outlets as much a part of the room planning as the AC wiring.

  • Material ConneXion

    a subscription-based guide to cutting-edge building products.