Living Future 2020 is the latest green-building event to pivot this year to alternate plan.
The Healthy Building Network founder Bill Walsh stresses in this Q&A that covid-19 and toxic materials both present inordinate risks to disadvantaged people
In the second in a series of Q&A’s on covid-19 and building Perkins+Will’s Mary Dickinson offers her early take on how architectural design will change in the new viral era.
A new industry task force already is suggesting updated practices for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning to protect patients and healthcare workers amid the covid-19 pandemic. And the panel soon will move on to the broader challenge of revising standards to limit the spread of viruses in all types of buildings.
The research director at HKS expects mixed uses, flexible spaces and non-traditional work arrangements to rise as architects rethink buildings in a viral age.
The International WELL Building Institute is wasting no time in pivoting the WELL building standard in the direction of covid-19 and similar threats.
Architect Joshua Gassman and lawyer Seth Gassman team up this week for a “transdisciplinary discussion” on “Climate Change, Buildings and Law.”
A Georgia environmental group is offering rare praise to local colleges and universities as models for a state that must do more to adopt clean energy.
MODA, also known as the Museum of Design Atlanta, is dedicating a year of exhibits and programs to the climate crisis. Biomicry, bicycles and regenerative design to be the focus.
International Living Future Institute CEO Amanda Sturgeon announced Tuesday that she plans to leave the Seattle-based nonprofit after four years at the helm.