January 23, 2008
Resort Design to Feature Natural Beauty and Sustainability JEFFREY JOYCE OF JEFFREY JOYCE DESIGN
The Dallas-based architecture firm Three will use native materials such as clay, tree trunks, woven abaca, and lava stone in its luxurious design of a Costa Rica resort. The buildings will be designed to feel like haciendas. Rooms allow guests to be revitalized by the cool ocean breezes without the need for air-conditioning. Natural design elements unite the resort and surrounding landscape.
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Princeton Picks Holl for Strength in Programs
Architect Steven Holl’s expertise in integrating complex programs in buildings such as the University of Iowa’s School of Art and Art History building, as well as his unique use of light to open up spaces, landed him the commission for several academic buildings for Princeton University’s arts and transit neighborhood.
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County's First Green Building to Feature Rainwater Harvesting, Solar Power
The first “green” building in Seminole County, FL, will be the home of the Burke Hogue Mills & Associates (BHM) architecture and interior design firm. The facility, expected for completion this summer, features rainwater harvesting and re-use, solar power, automatic light controls, and a design studio that maximizes daylight.
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2008 ARCHI-TECH AV Awards in Partnership with InfoComm International®
ARCHI-TECH and InfoComm International invite you to participate in the sixth annual ARCHI-TECH AV Awards. The ARCHI-TECH AV Awards program honors outstanding examples of the creative and effective integration of technology into otherwise traditional construction projects.
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M&M’S World® New York Wins Three National Awards
The Chute Gerdeman-designed facility recently won awards from various retail organizations. The M&M'S World stores in New York and Orlando have won more than a dozen design awards in the past 2 years.
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• January 16, 2008 Research Building to House High-Tech, Green Features in Pretty Package
• January 09, 2008 Esther Bone Memorial Library to Reopen
• January 02, 2008 Apple Store Architecture Makes Customers Feel Good about Spending
• December 26, 2007 Stanford Medical Center Designs Unveiled
• December 19, 2007 'New' Mount Vernon Offers High-Tech Sensory Experience
• December 12, 2007 Music Center Strikes the Right Chord
• December 05, 2007 Health, Tech Center on Road to Green Glory
• November 28, 2007 Holl Master Plan Reinvents New York Rail Yards
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