A walk around my new “active office” with standing desk

Because standing desks cannot stand alone.
 

What Is Frank Gehry Doing About Labor Conditions in Abu Dhabi?

Behind the scenes, Gehry has been working with a human rights lawyer and the country’s state-run development authority to improve conditions for laborers on his site.
 

<div id=”_mcePaste”>Holcim Foundation Presents North American Design Awards in Toronto</div>

The Holcim Foundation honored 13 projects for the North American segment of its international awards program.
 

Newsmaker: Jeff Kowalski

In July, Autodesk acquired the experimental New York design firm The Living, led by architect David Benjamin, in order to enhance its research capabilities. This union is just one effort by the software leader to engage in wide-reaching discussions about the future of design.
 

Mush-lume is made of magical mushrooms

Shining a light on a new way of growing, not manufacturing our building materials. Are we getting closer to the edible house?
 

Detroit Design Festival Highlights the Role of Design in Transforming the City

The annual event proves that the city is a growing design hub, home to both leading design-driven industries and a vast network of skilled workers with the know-how to make things. And its low cost of living has attracted a growing number of creatives who want to do just that.
   

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Designed by Woods Bagot

SAHMRI_Exterior_WoodsBagot_HERO.jpg This new facility is meant to jumpstart the state’s international medical science efforts and provide the Australian city of Adelaide with its own architectural icon.
 

Maki’s Aga Khan Museum Makes Its Debut

The sublimely detailed 124,000-square-foot building in Toronto is a restrained canted box clad in a super-white Brazilian granite, with an interior courtyard open to the sky and flooded with daylight.
 

Unveiled: The High Line’s Third Phase

The first two phases of the High Line make their way through relatively low-rise sections of Manhattan. But the third phase, which opened to the public this weekend, wraps around the Hudson Yards site, for which 16 skyscrapers, one of them taller than the Empire State Building, are planned.
 



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