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Montreal Holocaust Museum design prioritizes sensitivity and urban integration
Montreal Holocaust Museum design prioritizes sensitivity and urban integration
 
Study affirms need for qualifications-based selection in AEC services
Study affirms need for qualifications-based selection in AEC services
An independent study has confirmed the benefits to buyers and end-users of qualifications-based selection (QBS) in the procurement of professional services—such as the fields of architecture, engineering, construction management, information technology (IT), and marketing consulting.
 
 
Sid Lee Architecture HQ: a ‘biophilic extension’ of Montreal’s urban landscape
Sid Lee Architecture HQ: a ‘biophilic extension’ of Montreal’s urban landscape
Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, on seven floors of the iconic plaza, Place Ville Marie, Sid Lee Architecture has designed its new headquarters to serve as a vital link to the city with biophilic elements and a configuration engendering open flow of activities.
 
 
 
Edmonton’s new outdoor rec centre to use heavy timber for reduced carbon footprint
Edmonton’s new outdoor rec centre to use heavy timber for reduced carbon footprint
DIALOG’s plan for the River Valley Outdoor Activity Centre in Edmonton reveals reliance on heavy-timber construction to minimize its infrastructural embodied carbon, allowing the project to pursue Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) certification.
 
 
Oakville housing to ‘interiorize’ nature and the outdoors
Oakville housing to ‘interiorize’ nature and the outdoors
Toronto architecture and design firm BDP Quadrangle’s blueprint for Minto Communities GTA’s North Oak Tower 3 in Oakville, Ont., shows reverence for biophilic design principles through incorporation of nature-inspired materials and a layout maximizing light and views of the outside.
 
 
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Creating acoustical equity?
Creating acoustical equity
What is “acoustical equity”? And how does one achieve it? These are significant questions, particularly considering the fact the Center for the Built Environment’s (CBE’s) post-occupancy survey dataset—one of the largest in the world—shows poor acoustics remains the most significant source of dissatisfaction among workplace occupants.
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