Community Meeting Discusses Green Space in North End

Dartmouth officials on Monday evening hosted the second of five community meetings on the plan to build apartment-style undergraduate housing on Lyme Road on the North End of campus, with the session covering green and public spaces. About 75 people attended the meeting, which was held both in person and via Zoom.

“As we develop a design that supports the

The Line: Saudi Arabia’s City of the Future Design

Saudi Arabia Announces The Line As A Futuristic 100% Renewable Energy City

We’ve often imagined what our cities of the future might look like, but I’ll be the first to admit that Saudi Arabia’s The Line was nowhere on my radar. Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Check out the details for yourself and then let us

NW Natural Street of Dreams’ luxury home tour has its first

Construction crews in the Pacific Northwest know how to get the job done in any weather, but some seasonal surprises can throw a monkey wrench into the works.

Custom homebuilders on the 2022 NW Natural Street of Dreams luxury home tour this spring had to hammer through heavy rain in March, followed by April’s record precipitation and a day in

Saudi Arabia The Line: Designs unveiled for one-building

Written by Jack BantockBenjamin Brown, CNN

Saudi Arabia has unveiled designs for its ambitious urban project “The Line,” touted as a one-building city in the desert which will stretch over 106 miles and ultimately house 9 million people.

Part of the Neom project, a grandiose scheme years from completion, the proposed futuristic city will be located in the northwest

When ‘shopping around’ for house plans leads to a breach of

The pitfalls of ‘shopping around’ in the pursuit of building the great Australian dream came to light in the recent District Court of Queensland decision Look Design and Development Pty Ltd v Edge Developments Pty Ltd & Flaton [2022] QDC 116.

In this case, a couple seeking to build a home (the Flatons) were found to have infringed

Kengo Kuma unveils its first residential tower in the United

Japan-based Kengo Kuma and Associates has unveiled the design for what will become the firm’s first residential tower in the United States. The 18-story building, facing Miami Beach, will house private residences for Aman, a Swiss-headquartered hospitality company with outposts all over the world.

Aman Miami Beach Residences will occupy the site at 3425 Collins Avenue, a prominent location in