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USGBC Announces 2014 Leadership Award Winners
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USGBC Announces 2014 Leadership Award Winners

The winners of this year’s awards represent sustainable design and construction in... More

The Residential Ceiling Fan Gets Smart
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The Residential Ceiling Fan Gets Smart

Big Ass Fans recently upgraded its consumer unit to work with Nest’s Learning... More

GE’s FirstBuild Announces New Fabrication Lab and Products
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GE’s FirstBuild Announces New Fabrication Lab and Products

A smart water pitcher and a barcode-scanning oven are among the first appliances... More

Using Pixels to Make Fantasy Structures
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Using Pixels to Make Fantasy Structures

Recently, cultural critic Celia McGee sent me a link to a blog about real and... More

To House a Hermit: Students Design for a D.C. Monastery
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To House a Hermit: Students Design for a D.C. Monastery

Catholic University of America’s School of Architecture and Planning is building a... More

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De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop designs new studio space as well as places to live De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop designs new studio space as well as places to live

The Urban Barn live/work project turned abandoned city lots into light-filled office space and sleek living quarters. More

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Community | City: Between Building and Landscape Community | City: Between Building and Landscape

Marilys R. Nepomechie's proposal for revitalizing Smoketown, a historic African-American neighborhood in Louisville, Ky., won wide praise from our judges. More

university of kentucky's s.ky blue house
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university of kentucky's s.ky blue house

With local materials and cultural inspiration, Kentucky's Solar Decathlon entry... More

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teach your clients well teach your clients well

Architect Scott Guyon, AIA, thinks of his clients as heroes. Of the new homes built in central Kentucky last year, only about 10 percent were designed by architects. So, he figures, the relatively few brave souls who request his services are not ordinary people. They have a higher threshold for uncertainty than most, and they've got faith that the reward will be worth the moments of fear and loathing, which are inevitable. Even so, they are utterly human. More

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