One of the standout features of the recently constructed terminal at Missouri’s Kansas City International Airport (KCI) is the giant timber-clad canopy—a hemlock ceiling with a generous overhang—serving as a symbol of the terminal’s emphasis on sustainability.
The new Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in Georgia, has been designed with patient experience top of mind, resulting in a “never before seen or imagined” layout and organization of hospital spaces.
The visionary concept of a carbon-absorbing building may soon be a buildable reality, based on a reductive approach to construction—rather than the typical additive one, which builds a structure first and adds to it—, plus materials that sap carbon from the surroundings, and low embodied carbon materials to regenerate carbon-dense environments.
Recently, the City of Chicago broke ground on a mixed-use, community-focused development in the Englewood neighborhood, starting the first phase with the adaptive reuse of a historic firehouse, a newly constructed community space, and multiple site improvements for better connectivity and pedestrian access across the site.
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