Olli, a 3D-printed autonomous bus, made its debut in the U.S. in 2016. Local Motors

The best transportation improvements to try in your city – Curbed

These small things can make a big impact by Megan Barber, Patrick Sisson, and Alissa Walker Whether you live in the farthest suburb or in the heart of downtown, how you move around your city shapes your social interactions, your job, and even your family dynamics. Peruse the...
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August ABI: Healthy Demand Across All Regions and Sectors | Architect Magazine

Billings saw month-over-month growth in August, and demand for design services in all geographic regions and building sectors remains in positive territory. By Hanley Wood Data Studio The monthly Architecture Billings Index (ABI) came in at a score of 53.7 in August, up 1.8...
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Jim Keen courtesy Morpholio Morpholio's Perspective Finder tool can locate the vanishing point of a scene via an iPad or iPhone camera, allowing designers to sketch over an environment accurately.

Morpholio Launches Two New Augmented Reality Tools | Architect Magazine

Perspective Finder and Color Capture are features for the software developer’s Trace and Board apps, respectively, that leverage the ARKit platform in Apple’s new iOS 11. By Wanda Lau One of the most buzzed-about features of Apple’s new iOS 11 is ARKit, an augmented...
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The South Carolina Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team came to the aid of residents in Port Arthur, an inundated south Texas city, seen here on August 31. Photo © National Guard Staff Sgt. Daniel J. Martinez

Reeling from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Architects Focus on Rebuilding and Resiliency

Miriam Sitz As summer 2017 drew to a close, for the first time in 166 years of weather records, two Category 4 Atlantic hurricanes hit the United States in the same season—just 16 days apart. Each brought its own superlatives: Harvey, the continental U.S.’s wettest storm ever,...
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Storefront for Art and Architecture asks: What are the architecture books yet to be written?

By Jackson Rollings On Saturday, September 23, Storefront for Art and Architecture will launch the New York Architecture Book Fair with a day-long conference, Architecture Books / Yet to be Written / 1982-2017-2052. The event will ask architects to think about the past and future...
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