A construction worker welding. Increased temperatures around the are expected to make construction conditions more stressful. (Christopher Burns/Unsplash)

Heat waves are slowing construction around the world, and it will only get worse

With extreme heat events becoming more common all over the world, the construction industry is facing more delays and weather-related injuries. By Jamie Evelyn Goldsborough The effects of climate change are felt all over the world and are causing a host of negative consequences....
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Gen Z Is Coming. Is Your Firm Prepared?

This tech-savvy and entrepreneurial cohort has the power to change the workplace. By Michele Russo for AIA Architect As we eye the opportunities and upheaval posed by rapidly evolving technology and societal shifts, it may be today’s young people (known by demographers as...
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This Week in Tech: Apple Unveils AR Art Experiences

Plus, the solar road pilot program in France has failed, research on the economic viability of energy storage for solar and wind power, and more design-tech news from this week. By Katharine Keane Starting on August 10, visitors to Apple stores around the world can participate in...
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The Stone Bouquet or “Four Heads” monument in Topola, Serbia. Vladimir Dulović / MAPS

Online database chronicles forgotten 20th-century buildings and monuments

Nonument documents the monuments, buildings, and infrastructure lost to time. By Liz Stinson Architecture is rooted in time. It tells a story about the moment in which it was built—and then, sometimes, it falls out of favor and is forgotten altogether. Nonument is a new database...
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