A project at 80 M Street SE (80 M) in Washington, D.C., is the first in the city to employ the sustainable mass timber material in a three-floor expansion atop the existing building, helping keep the building operational during construction and minimizing structural strengthening interventions due to the light weight of the material.
Chicago-based architectural firm DMAC Architecture & Interiors modeled the American Airlines (AA) Admirals Club lounges at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) on the concept of “pavilions in the park,” creating spaces for relaxing and recharging.
The National Building Museum has awarded its 24th Vincent Scully Prize to Dolores Hayden, award-winning author, and professor emerita of architecture, urbanism, and American studies at Yale University, because of her influential work on highlighting gender and race stereotypes embedded in American built environments.
Recently appointed new president and CEO AC Powell, JD, CPS, will guide the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) by creating building industry and public and private sector connections to lead the nation’s built environment future.
INSTALL, the floorcovering installation training and certification firm in Washington, D.C., will be updating its resilient flooring and carpet certification standards to accommodate crucial industry advancements in installation methods and material preferences.
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