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This Week in Tech: Dubai Plans to Become the World’s 3D Printing Leader

Plus, the use of wastewater to build batteries, concrete’s potential in storing energy, and more design-tech news from this week. By Ayda Ayoubi United Arab Emirates vice president Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has launched a new initiative to make Dubai one of the...
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Developers said Thursday a 26-story planned at the Water Street Tampa mixed-used development will include a 173-room Marriott Edition hotel at its base and The Residences at the Tampa Edition, a 46-unit condomimium project on the upper 15 floors of the building. (Rendering via Strategic Property Partners)

Water Street Tampa plans hotel-branded condos above luxury Marriott Edition

Richard Danielson TAMPA — The $3 billion Water Street Tampa said Thursday it will develop the city’s first hotel-branded condominiums with The Residences at the Tampa Edition. The 46 condominiums will occupy the top 15 floors of a 26-story tower with a 173-room Marriott Edition...
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New drone video and photos for Margaritaville Hotel in Orlando

Must see: the latest video and photo coverage of Margaritaville Hotel in Orlando, designed by NBWW! Drone video of Margaritaville project in Orlando  
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See the latest of the Cavalier Beach Club at Virginia Beach in a new photo array…

Check out the new photography of the Cavalier Beach Club designed by NBWW in Virginia Beach!         Ron Blunt Architectural Photography
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Rising Risks: ‘Climate gentrification’ is changing Miami real estate values – for better and worse

A new study finds home values are both rising and falling in certain areas due to climate change and the rising risk of more extreme weather. The study looks at Miami and dramatic changes taking place in Little Haiti. A new Harvard study claims climate change is altering home...
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The Museum of Design Atlanta will house a new exhibition this fall highlighting architectural projects around the world designed to dignify the people that use them. Shown here: Mulan Primary School by Rural Urban Framework (Courtesy Rural Urban Framework)

Design for Good exhibit to open at the Museum of Design Atlanta

By Sydney Franklin A new exhibition at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) will press people to consider the ways in which architecture can bring dignity to those who need it most. Design for Good: Architecture for Everyone will open September 23 and will showcase real-world...
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1,700-Room Marriott by NBWW Still Aiming To Break Ground At Worldcenter In 2018

Two additional towers remain scheduled to break ground at Miami Worldcenter this year, with a third in 2019, the developer told ENR yesterday. The three upcoming groundbreakings will include: Marriott Marquis Convention Hotel (2018 groundbreaking) Luma Apartment tower (2018...
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Building Code Review Software: Feasible or Far-Fetched?

Automating the laborious and often maligned process may save time and resources, but code consultants and officials may still have the upper hand over technology. By Michael Kilkelly Codes serve as the mechanism for defining the standards that ensure the life, safety, and welfare...
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Buckminster Fuller aimed to address global issues with designs such as prefab, affordable housing. Top and above images are courtesy of Edward Cella Art + Architecture

Buckminster Fuller anticipated the problems we’re facing today, says exhibition curator

Drawings and maquettes by Buckminster Fuller prove that he predicted current global issues, according to the curator of an upcoming exhibition. Eleanor Gibson Drawings and maquettes by Buckminster Fuller prove that he predicted current global issues, and demonstrate how he...
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Designing Dead Space: How Architecture Plays a Role in the Afterlife

Designing Dead Space: How Architecture Plays a Role in the Afterlife by Kaley Overstreet While cemeteries have long served as a place in which we can honor and remember our loved ones, they are also often places that showcase architecture, and landscape design. In the late 19th...
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