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Katie Swenson - "Architecture and urban design is an expression of our cultural values— if we don’t understand what cultural forces have determined the way things currently are and guide decisions about resources and human value, we cannot design a more equitable future.​" The question...

Construction sites across New York City have largely come to a standstill under a state mandate to pause nonessential work, but preparations for upcoming projects had, for the most part, continued as normal. Design work can be performed safely indoors, and there are...

Many Americans are weeks, if not months, from returning to their offices and regaining a semblance of a normal workday. Given the recent layoff and furlough announcements, many are wondering whether they will even have a job after the dust settles.But building owners and company...

JMU industrial design students leading campus effort creating face masks  CBS19 News Jonathan Cartu...

New York’s perimeter, where the land meets the rivers and the harbor, has always been the city’s beating heart.The waterfront has morphed over the centuries, from booming port to waste ground to what it is today, a shifting, contested zone of new parks, ferry piers,...

Latest survey of architecture and engineering executives points to only minor construction delays and some markets seeing robust proposal activity FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENTApril 7, 2020 (Newton, Mass.) – Countering uncertainty and confusion roiling world markets and economies, hard data in the...