The desire for sustainable materials in design continues, but development hasn’t kept up. Creating a demand and connecting with materials science professionals and universities can help show the need and desire for such products.

Recycling building and design materials may help you get LEED credits, or save money or energy. Resources are available to keep recyclable items you no longer need out of landfills, including donating to students, exchanging online and reusing in other ways.

Be Original Americas works hard to promote and educate users and designers on the importance of authentic design. Learn more about the nonprofit's 2019 CEU courses, student design fellowship and upcoming events.

At Coverings 2019 in Orlando, FL, tile and stone manufacturers from around the world showcased the many ways in which they’re incorporating terrazzo-inspired looks in their newest products.

The world watched in heartbreaking horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris was on fire. Crowds stood together in the streets while coverage from cell phones and news stations flooded social media. However, one good item to note is the fire protection system in this iconic cathedral worked as it should and there was no loss of life.

Some of our favorite ways to incorporate design elements to reduce workplace stress include providing greenery, offering flexible seating and work environments, giving access to daylight and having ample break amenities.

Are you looking to create a master design or architectural plan for your next big project? Founding principals of Duda|Paine Architects Turan Duda and Jeff Paine highlight some of their notable projects to explain what constitutes as a good master plan, and the factors A&D professionals should take into consideration. 

Acoustic renovations are challenging at best. While the preference is to start from scratch, renovation is becoming more attractive due to rising construction costs and recent advances in technology.

 
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