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Architectural Engineering and Construction Market Global Research Report 2020 is a comprehensive business study on the current state of industry which analyses innovative strategies for business growth and describes important factors such as top manufacturers, production value, key regions, and growth rate. The Architectural Engineering...

Saco’s design brand Locke will open a second London location this March as part of its European expansion. Locke at Broken Wharf will be located by the Thames at Millennium Bridge, and feature 113 studios and premium suites with custom-designed furniture and fully-equipped kitchens. The aparthotel offers...

In the narrow scullery slotted behind Emma Murray's kitchen is a small piece of cool, smooth Greek marble where she rolls out pastry, often with her grandchildren. She spent some time in Greece as a child, so the touch of stone from that country speaks...

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As chief designer at Horace Trumbauer, Julian Abele designed many important Beaux Arts buildings, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photography courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The legacies of African American architects and designers—who, throughout the existence of this country, have contributed to the intellectual,...