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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New MoMA show plots the impact of computers on architecture and design. Pictured here: “Menu 23

New MoMA show plots the impact of computers on architecture and design – Archpaper.com

ByJonathan Hilburg The beginnings of digital drafting and computational design will be on display at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) starting November 13th, as the museum presents Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989. Spanning 30 years of works by...
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Meet Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe in Coral Gables – Voyage MIA Magazine

Meet Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe in Coral Gables Voyagemia Staff Today we’d like to introduce you to Igor Reyes. Igor, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? My story is simple, got out of school and hit the ground running. I’ve been...
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Jeff Elkins

A Brief Climate Change Reading List | Architect Magazine

Six books that present the truths and consequences of our global addiction to fossil fuels. By Ned Cramer The fossil fuel industry and its allies have fueled a massive disinformation campaign on the subject of climate change. If you’re looking for honest reporting and informed...
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Popular Historic Tax Credit on the House’s chopping block. Rendering of the Tomorrow Building, Chattanooga, TN. Built in 1888, the building was recently converted into micro-housing using the HTC. (Credit Lamp Post Properties)

Popular historic tax credit is on the Congressional chopping block – Archpaper.com

ByJonathan Hilburg A tax reform bill introduced in the House of Representatives on Thursday would eliminate a widely used measure for combatting urban decay, even as developers and preservationists argue that the program more than pays for itself. The Historic Tax Credit (HTC),...
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Bacteria-Activated Wallpaper that Generates Electricity | Architect Magazine

U.K. researchers printed microorganisms onto paper to create a wall finish as well as a solar bio-battery. By Katharine Keane Researchers from Imperial College London (ICL), the University of Cambridge, and Central Saint Martins have successfully created a wallpaper-like covering...
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John Nichols: Veteran architect an icon in design of top-level hotels – Miami Today

Written by Susan Danseyar on November 7, 2017 John Nichols knew he wanted to be an architect when he was in junior high school. The CEO of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates said he doesn’t have a favorite building because each had some challenges and its own uniqueness....
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Photos from the NBWW 50th Year Celebration!

We thought it would be fun to share a few images of how we come together to celebrate 50 years… YES, 50 YEARS… of design, camaraderie, family and fun! We can’t wait to see what the next 50 years bring!
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Google’s office on 8th Avenue in Manhattan All images courtesy of Google

Google’s new plan to create more accessible offices – Curbed

A holistic approach to universal design wants to make the workspace better for all by Patrick Sisson Google software engineer Sasha Blair-Goldensohn takes issues of accessibility very personally. The lifelong New Yorker, who was injured when a tree fell on him during a walk...
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Automated, electric buses may be transit’s future – Curbed

Why some believe the first electric, self-guided vehicle you’ll ride should and could be a bus by Patrick Sisson   It may seem unlikely that a bus route that takes passengers to a local sauna would provide a glimpse of transportation’s future. But, to be fair, we’re talking...
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