Father & daughter architects open firm together in York – York Daily Record/Sunday News

CLOSE Jim and Adrienne Williams are a father-daughter team at Williams Architects in York Paul Kuehnel Adrienne, left, and Jim Williams are a father-daughter team at Williams Architects in York. Adrienne, 28, left a firm in Lancaster and went into business with her father.(Photo: Paul Kuehnel, Paul Kuehnel) Adrienne Williams isn’t following in her father’s footsteps […]

New lawn, new dawn: Zaha Hadid Architects designs all-wood stadium for UK soccer minnows Forest Green Rovers – The Architect's Newspaper

In many ways, it’s fitting that a team who was the world’s first all-vegan soccer club and has the word “Forest” in their name should play in a stadium made entirely of wood. That is about to become a reality for U.K. hipster soccer minnows (think minor league) Forest Green Rovers from the sleepy town of […]

Green Building Tool Helps Architects, Builders, Specifiers – Green Building Elements

March 17th, 2016 by Glenn Meyers Building with Chemistry has provided a useful online tool aimed at sustainable or green building. The resource targets creating more energy-efficient and sustainable homes, offices, schools and other buildings, stating: “The increased popularity of green building design and construction has given rise to a variety of approaches that aim to […]

Guide to sustainable Portland: American Society of Landscape Architects … – The Oregonian – OregonLive.com

Imagine a tour of Portland offered by landscape architects. They would probably take you off the beaten tourist path, perhaps to narrow Vera Katz Park. Here, they would explain that the greenery was cleverly designed alongside the Portland Armory annex, the first building on the National Register of Historic Places to earn the highest green […]

Architects lead green revolution – The Nation

Given the impact of climate change on people and their lifestyles, architects and engineers are increasingly designing new buildings under the “green” concept, using innovation across all aspects of the design and construction process in order to produce sustainable, eco-friendly buildings. Associate Prof Dr Jin Anotai, lecturer in the Department of Environmental Engineering at King […]

AIA to Help Architects Become Sustainability Leaders

Demand for green building is expected to grow, conceivably placing architects at the forefront of sustainability innovations. AIA plans to facilitate transitioning the profession into this leadership role. A recently published report aims to position architects as leaders in emerging sustainability trends. The Sustainable Leadership Opportunity Scan, written by Mary Ann Lazarus, FAIA, outlines steps […]

Advice for young architects

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Brewers and architects spark the next brewpub boom — along the Green Line – MinnPost.com

HGA Architects and Engineers Digital views of the Surly beer hall, left, and entrance chamber and fermentation cellar On a Friday evening earlier this summer, the former horse-carriage stable and maintenance shop on 2325 Endicott Street, in the industrial area of South St. Anthony Park in St. Paul, was packed with neighbors, supporters and beer […]

Brewers and Architects Spark the Next Brewpub Boom–Along the Green Line – thelinemedia.com

Camille LeFevre | Wednesday, August 21, 2013 On a Friday evening earlier this summer, the former horse-carriage stable and maintenance shop on 2325 Endicott Street, in the industrial area of South St. Anthony Park in St. Paul, was packed with neighbors, supporters and beer aficionados. Jill Pavlak and Deb Loch, owners of Urban Growler Brewing […]