Gensler, along with partners in China, is exploring ways to implement 3D printing technology. It's time for planners to start letting their imaginations run wild with possibilities.
4 days ago   Rice Kinder Institute for Urban Research
<p>A major plan to renovate the New-York Historical Society has antagonized neighbors and preservationists in this upper west-side neighborhood, as the Society's plan also includes a 23-story apartment tower in a low rise neighborhood.</p>
Jan 3, 2007   The New York Times
<p>Curbed Los Angeles names its hysterical 2006 winners for "The NIMBY Award", "Dumbest Planning Scheme", "Broker Boys &amp; Babes Awards", and our favorites, the "Most Horrendous McMansion of the Year" and the "Worst Garagemahal."</p>
Jan 1, 2007   Curbed Los Angeles
<p>Cities are increasing considering rooftop gardens to bring nature back to urban areas.</p>
Dec 29, 2006   The Los Angeles Times
<p>A 60s-era motel lobby is getting the star treatment from local preservationists eager to save a piece of the city's former glory.</p>
Dec 29, 2006   The Chicago Tribune
<p>A new study seeks to understand what cultivates public interaction on the steps of Brooklyn's famed brownstones.</p>
Dec 29, 2006   The Brooklyn Papers
<p>One Los Angeles-based architecture firm is helping cities and organizations communicate their brand identity through buildings.</p>
Dec 27, 2006   Business Week
<p>A new report from <em>The Classical City</em>, a journal dedicated to preserving St. Petersburg, Russia, describes the destructive effects of the city's new plan and calls for architecture that is consistent with the city's character.</p>
Dec 23, 2006   The Classical City
<p>Boston is set to become the first city in the nation to impose a strict set of green building standards on all new development in the city. The requirements will take effect in January and affect buildings 50,000 square feet and larger.</p>
Dec 21, 2006   The Boston Globe
<p>Sustainable design was the trend of the year for 2006, according to Businessweek.</p>
Dec 20, 2006   BusinessWeek
<p>Neal Peirce believes that two new developments provide good models for how the nation's communities can be both environment-friendly and economically successful.</p>
Dec 19, 2006   The Washington Post Writers Group