S.F.’s sustainable waterfront tower is inspired by California’s geology

S.F.’s sustainable waterfront tower is inspired by California’s geology

The Canyon, a 23-story mixed-use building designed by MVRDV, officially opened recently. With its jagged wall, textured red-brown facade, and a publicly accessible “canyon” providing a route through the site, The Canyon is reminiscent of the dramatic geology of California, inspired in part by San Francisco’s charismatic topography.
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Architecture firm becomes first B Corp certified in Texas

Lake|Flato, the architecture and design firm based in San Antonio and Austin, received its B Corp certification recently, joining the ranks of only a few B Corp certified architecture firms across the U.S. committed to balancing financial success with positive environmental and social impact.
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Winning design for Alabama community to revitalize Africatown

The winning design for the Africatown International Design Ideas Competition presents a solution to honor the history of the community in Mobile, Alabama—created in 1860 by former slaves brought on the last known slave ship to the U.S.—and promises to revitalize it.
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Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium renovation to transform visitor experience