Hallie Busta reports on business and technology for ARCHITECT, Residential Architect, and Architectural Lighting brands at Hanley Wood Media.
ARCHITECT explores some of the latest landmark structures in the sustainability-minded island city-state.
Interviews with the innovators working at the cutting edge of design, technology, and practice in architecture.
For retailer TreeHouse's second location, in Dallas, the San Antonio–based architecture firm conceived a building that reflects the company's sustainability ethos.
Solid-state lighting is making inroads in professional stadiums, redefining the fan and player experiences.
The up-and-coming fixture maker is breaking out of Brooklyn to formalize its place in the New York lighting design community and beyond.
These prototype parts and systems are made of metal, concrete, and plastic and use computational design to push the limits of form while leaving room to scale.
Step inside your CAD and BIM models with new software for mobile devices.
Going up? ARCHITECT asks elevator-systems manufacturer Schindler to talk about its destination-dispatch system for managing vertical traffic in mid- and high-rise buildings.
The designer couple saved Christmas and New Years cards from family and some very high-profile friends.
The building blocks of the future are being developed in research labs today.
A look at the status of commercial drone use in architecture, construction, and engineering.
How SRG Partnership's 1987 flooring design gained its own celebrity thanks, in part, to social media.
Spoke with panel and fixture makers developing light fixtures that show off the potential for the still-niche technology.
In its 33rd year, the annual event highlighted improvements in material performance and imaging for ceramic tile.