MARCH/APRIL 2014 I VOLUME 17, NUMBER 2
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Top Architects Discuss New Design Trends 12
New Medical School Receives Praise 14
High School Design Captures Attention 17
Architecture Firm Expands Offices 18
Moving is grooving.
INTRODUCING THE B1, designed by Peter Brown for VS. Simple idea really. Shift forward. Lean back.
Open up. The double cantilever design enables the B1 to ﬂex with the rhythm of the body. And what's
good for the body is good for the mind. Built to withstand boisterous students. Yet, an elegant choice
for the ofﬁce. A revolutionary movement that's going forward and backward at the same time.
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Moving is grooving. INTRODUCING THE
DEPARTMENTS People in the News . . . . . . . . .
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Board Member Addition Scho
NEWS CLC Announces Sustainable Campus Master Pla
NEWS University of Michigan Invests $510 Million
NEWS — HIGHER EDUCATION Expansion to Change the
DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION Brown University Redesign Ex
DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION N.C. School By Lindsey Co
MAINTENANCE/OPERATIONS Crucial Phases in School
DESIGN ROUNDTABLE Flexible, Green & Tech-Driven
GREEN SCENE Illinois Achieves First LEED Platinu
PROJECT DATA UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF
FACILITY OF THE MONTH The
HOTPRODUCTS LED Lighting i-lighting, a leading m
CAMPUS DESIGN The new 278,000-
TRADE FILES KSQ Expands Presence in the West By
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SCHOOL SECURITY Schools Gain Access to First Res
SPOTLIGHT Expanding Minds Through Design FAIA,
NEWS Education Funding & Debates in Kansas T
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Build a library commons that's THE FURTHEST THING