How mass timber could transform our cities (really). Recreation of Maison Dom-Ino in wood at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale (Courtesy Ventana blog)

How mass timber could transform our cities (really) – Archpaper.com

By Matt Shaw This is a preview of our special November timber issue. Mass timber is having its Maison Dom-Ino moment. At the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, a curious structure sat on the grass near the international pavilion in the Giardini. It was an engineered timber...
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AIA Says the Senate Tax Reform Draft “Shows Marginal Improvements” | Architect Magazine

Though the revision retains historic tax credits, it “still penalizes professional services companies, including architecture firms,” according to the American Institute of Architects. By ARCHITECT Staff Today, the AIA issued the following statement on the Senate...
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AIA: Architecture Billings Bounce Back in October | Architect Magazine

Billings re-entered positive territory in October, following September’s decline in demand for design services—the first decline seen in seven months. By Hanley Wood Data Studio The monthly Architecture Billings Index (ABI) came in at a score of 51.7 in October, up 2.6...
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Breaking Ground with Brian Bandell: The Evolution of Retail – South Florida Business Journal

By Brian Bandell  –  Senior Reporter, South Florida Business Journal Across the nation, retail is under siege from e-commerce, but the trends are a little different in South Florida. About 80 people attended “Breaking Ground with Brian Bandell: The Evolution of...
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Grove at Grand Bay Tops the List | Miami Luxury Condo Sales

The week in luxury: A map of Miami-Dade’s priciest condo sales Closing prices in the top 10 deals ranged from $590k to $3.5 By Katherine Kallergis Miami-Dade County’s condo market experienced a drop in sales volume last week. Only 70 condos sold for $26 million, less than the...
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