Our experiences inside of buildings consist of the things that we can see, but also a lot of things that we cannot see. The elements that exist between walls and different sections of buildings are just as important for the users as their visible environment, they might just not know it.
The term has come to mean so many different things in the last decade as the various wellness services offered have expanded. Their goal is quite simple - improving overall wellness improves every other aspect of an individual's life. Explore more about the flexibility of wellness centers here.
We sat down with Senior 3D Designer, Marc Bulebush for a Q & A to get his thoughts and advice on 3D rendering. Renderings need to sell an idea but to Marc, it's important that the image represent a true 'real life' outcome, giving clients an accurate 3D visualization of the proposed design.
Building and plumbing codes determine occupant loads and fixture quantities. As simple as that sounds, it's not always a straightforward proposition. The following article examines multiple factors that can impact plumbing and provides examples to illustrate the nuances that can determine needs.
When selecting building materials, considerations of schedule, cost, aesthetics, and code requirements usually take center stage. While these are important factors to weigh, other elements can be evaluated between the first design meeting and the first day of construction.
Take a deep dive into the Reber Instructional Laboratory & Makerspace at The Pennsylvania State University.
Sustainability is not a new concept but there is an increasing awareness of the link between environmental protection, human health, and social justice. The challenge today is to identify which rating system is the one that will fit the project goals and expectations best.
Why Passive House? Why not is a better question. Because it's much more affordable than you think when you look at the real-world costs of constructing and operating a new building. Explore why developers and building owners should consider integrating some Passive House principles into projects.
It is a common question for student life professionals - "Our building hasn't had a major renovation in thirty or more years. Where do we begin? Do we renovate and add on, or should we consider replacement?" This is the right place to begin, explore both sides of the coin further in this article.