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At last. After months of demurring, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has made public a floor plan for its new building, designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. The release includes half a dozen new renderings that offer some answers to what form the...

On September 23rd, InfoQ Live, a virtual event for software engineers and architects, will focus on leading complex software projects. Now more than ever, engineers are needing to show leadership. From adapting to radical changes, managing complex software projects to spotting missing opportunities that others...

Cladding specialist Harley Facades’ “project designer” for the Grenfell Tower refurbishment has told the probe into 2017’s fire disaster that he was merely a freelance drafting service charged with turning architect Studio E’s drawings into fabrication versions. Kevin Lamb told the Grenfell Tower Inquiry that he...

Architectural Engineering and Construction Market analysis is provided for the Global market including development trends by regions, competitive analysis of Architectural Engineering and Construction market. Architectural Engineering and Construction Industry report focuses on the major drivers and...

In 2018, celebrated Danish architect Bjarke Ingels completed the Dortheavej Residence in Copenhagen, a residential development featuring his characteristically innovative touch. The building consists of prefabricated units stacked together to create a subtle checkerboard effect, all at angles that make the curved structure appear to...

HBERT, which HawkinsBrown developed with UCL, was designed as a free, easy-to-use embodied carbon measurement tool which would allow design teams...