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Greener building, greener business

Healthy buildings boost bottom line success, according to architect Rick Alfandre.

Polshek changes name to Ennead Architects

Polshek Partnership changes its name to Ennead Architects.

NYSAC panel to support farmers

Association of counties appoints agriculture panel to push for farms in Albany.

History meets sweat equity

Treasure trove of history in engineers’ ‘new’ building.

Architect awards bestowed

A Weston home and structures for local parks in Stamford and Redding were recognized as among the best designed buildings in the state.

Really, green house

An ultra-efficient home employs the greenest building ideas.

Learning from the ground up

Organic farm intern programs are becoming popular via the web.

Let there be light

Grandmas everywhere know lots of fresh air and daylight are good for you and now doctors and architects say it, too.

Joseph Minuta: Creating time to think

Joseph Minuta's Italian forebears were masons who seem to have nudged him toward architecture naturally

Joseph Minuta: Creating time to think

Joseph Minuta's Italian forebears were masons who seem to have nudged him toward architecture naturally

Classic style weathers economy

For architect Dinyar Wadia, classic design and high-end homes have been the perfect mates in getting work through the down economy.

Elena Kalman: the architect as artist

Elena Kalman is an artist and an architect, callings that complement each other beautifully.

Battle in the borscht belt


A lawsuit by a former Concord project architect against Cappelli’s Valhalla company is making its way through a state court in Manhattan.

Ellen Glenn Golden: The artist’s eye

Ellen Glenn Golden, an architect from Greenwich, grew up in the Midwest, the daughter of an oilman.

Think local, act global

Tobias Guggenheimer's architectural firm has brought a new concept to outsourcing, allowing a Filipino mirror office to do work in the midnight hours.