Mass Timber's Next Chapter
Evidence of mass timber’s benefits is starting to catch up to the promise it has held for architects at the vanguard of sustainability and tall building construction over the last decade. New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Philadelphia – all cities where mass timber’s proof points are taking shape and where architects are changing expectations of what’s possible. In this interview, DLR Group Principal Steve Cavanaugh, AIA, offers an insider’s take on mass timber’s next chapter and its impact on the future of climate action.
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Campus Design for Engagement and Equity
In this week’s Design is Everywhere podcast episode, we learn how institutions are designing equity into their decision-making process with DLR Group Senior Associate Linsey Graff.
CWRU’s Excellent New Expansion of Maltz Performing Arts Center
Last month, CWRU announced it completed an expansion of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, which includes a raked-seat and black box theater.
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University Arts Building
Known as a vibrant arts campus, the School of the Arts is the artistic epicenter for the University of Nevada, Reno, encompassing the university’s art, music, theater, and dance departments.
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More Action in 2022
The planet needs more than resolutions this New Year. Our employee-owners are proud to show the actions we’re taking to create a better world and elevate the human experience through design.
Designing with Empathy for Dignity
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Accessible Design Awareness
When awarded DLR Group’s Personal Development Grant, Amanda Collen created a design exhibit immersing the public in the everyday challenges experienced by people with disabilities.
Materiality and Hospitality: Researching Mass Timber Design for Hotels
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Bringing a Collection to the Community through Accessible Technology
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