High-Performance Building

KieranTimberlake Offers a New Tool for Architects Wanting an In on IoT
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KieranTimberlake Offers a New Tool for Architects Wanting an In on IoT

The Philadelphia firm is seeking practitioners in all disciplines to test-drive... More

Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems
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Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems

You may know the forthcoming LEED v4 inside and out, but other green building... More

Understand Energy Modeling With Autodesk's Building Performance Analysis Certification
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Understand Energy Modeling With Autodesk's Building Performance Analysis Certification

Autodesk has launched a free online certification program that allows students to... More

Incorporating Building Management Systems into Architecture
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Incorporating Building Management Systems into Architecture

Building management systems bring us one step closer to dummy-proofing your... More

Smart Buildings, Smart Grid
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Smart Buildings, Smart Grid

Energy-efficient lighting is an indispensable feature of the office of the future. More

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Shaped by the Sun

Studio Gang's daylighting research informs the dynamic profile of a residential high-rise in Chicago More

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Most Likely to Succeed

The classroom of the future raises the bar with innovative lighting solutions More

Performance Points
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Performance Points

Earning LEED certification might become easier for lighting designers as they look... More

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Process Makes Perfect

High-performance design creates healthy environments for high-performance learning. More

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Daylighting for the 21st Century

daylighting is one of the oldest and most treasured aspects of architectural design. Perhaps its history is why designers treat it more like fine art than building technology. In the title of his quintessential book, legendary lighting designer and educator William Lam describes daylight in profound terms, calling it a 'formgiver' to architecture (Perception and Lighting as Formgivers for Architecture, 1977). Indeed, for us mere lighting designers, it is hard to compete with the Almighty-or for that matter, with Aalto or Foster. More

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