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As citizens in shuttered cities around the world endure Covid-19 lockdowns many may be wondering how life can safely return to normal.Our once-packed bars, busy trains and bustling offices now look like hotbeds for the spread of contagion.Mark Kleinman, professor of public policy at King’s...

When you spend a lot of time indoors, as many of us are doing now, it’s easy to succumb to a sense of malaise.Scientists, architects and others who study the concept of biophilic design — creating buildings and interiors with cues from the natural world...

Aren’t old buildings like this just gorgeous? I think so. Photo via Nathan Watson for Bham NowOne of the oldest buildings in downtown Birmingham’s Historic Theatre and Retail District is getting a facelift. Owner Engineering Design Technologies is investing roughly $580K in both structural and...

W2O Appoints Bryan Specht to Oversee Transformation, Consumer Activation and Marketing We...

May 4, 2020 Signs of hope on boarded-up buildings Sara Thompson of Gensler paints a mural on the plywood that boards up Hillside Bar on Capitol Hill. Erik Hakkinen boarded up his cocktail bar, called Roquette, at 2232 First Ave. in Seattle with...