Mixed-Use Buildings

A little bit of this, and a little bit of that. Mixed-use projects offer a lot in one place...including sustainable design challenges.


Misgivings About a Heated Controversy

Should cold water exclusively be used to clean carpeting, or do the benefits of hot-water carpet cleaning outweigh the perceived costs?
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Building for Mind, Body and Soul

The multipurpose EpiCenter aims to fuel the hopes and dreams of the community in South Atlanta.
The multipurpose EpiCenter aims to fuel the hopes and dreams of the community in South Atlanta.
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A 105-Year-Old Building Becomes a Top Performer

A Nashville building is a historic icon for the city while also attaining the highest-rated LEED Core & Shell certification in the world.
The Bridge Building was built on the east bank of downtown Nashville’s Cumberland River in 1908. Today, it is the world’s highest-rated LEED Platinum Core & Shell building.
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AIA Selects Recipients of the Small Project Awards 2013

The projects are divided into four categories of environmental and architectural art and design with varying prices and sizes.

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Not Your Garden-Variety Feature

Non-traditional thinking employs garden-roof technology to create green space at a New York arena.

 If you’ve seen our Other Uses for Product Samples video series, then you know all about how we’ve found ways products can be used for things other than their intended purpose.  

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BOMA Releases Mixed-Use Standard

The updated standard is designed to simplify the measuring of complex mixed-use properties.

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Sustainability Across the Board

A construction team employs flame-free, long-lasting heat fusion for a wood-framed apartment complex.

 “It’s where cool meets convenience. And urban living convenes with the outdoors. Green living meets gorgeous.” These are the marketing taglines employed by The Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads, a 365-unit, luxury market-rate rental apartment community that opened in November 2011. 

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Architects and Airstreams

The high-styled ‘67 Caravel Airstream is an off-the-grid mobile office for this architect.
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How Green Was My (Napa) Valley?

The Yountville Town Center opened in November 2009, weaving new and existing buildings and outdoor rooms into a place designed to enrich community life.
For decades, the residents of Yountville, California, a rural town in Napa County, relied on a small 1920s-era community hall and a hodgepodge of rented spaces to host community events.
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2011 Excellence in Design Awards

Each year, ED+C holds its Excellence in Design Awards to honor projects that demonstrate a clear commitment to green building and sustainable design. Whose projects? Yours. How do they get to us? You can submit them during our call for entries.
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Metl-Span panels have contributed to energy-efficient projects including 502 Rigsbee, Ballard Blocks, Haughton Middle School, and Pacific Plaza.


NCI Group's Candy McNamee, LEED Green Associate, explains how dematerialization can greatly affect the building industry over time, how AEC professionals will be challenged to incorporate the practice into their work and what the benefits are.

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