The ability to monitor a building from a remote location is increasingly important for property and facility managers. With adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart sensors, building managers now have more technology at their fingertips than ever…
With the pandemic wreaking havoc on urban environments at its onset, some commenters have suggested the city as we know it may be coming to an end. Not so fast.
With major shifts in work and lifestyles forced upon us by the pandemic, those living in condominiums or apartment buildings are viewing their living environments through a different lens. Designers and operators of multifamily buildings must now consider what this…
NFTs are taking the art world by storm. The world of building design and architecture is certainly taking note, with results being mixed.
With Earth Day coming up next week on April 22, today, the Architrends blog takes a look at some upcoming events worth keeping an eye on.
On average, 30% of the energy used in commercial buildings is wasted due to inefficiencies, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The challenges of changing consumer habits and the effects of the pandemic have caused ample hardship for America’s malls.
Some buildings can stop you in your tracks. Here is just a sample of unique building façade designs that have us floored by their creativity.
COVID-19 is creating a massive ripple in how students learn, and community engagement is becoming increasingly important when considering the needs of educational buildings. What does this mean for school design moving forward?
While massive overhauls and adaptive reuse projects are often the most newsworthy, restoration measures and energy retrofits can go a long way for existing buildings.