Rethinking conventional wisdom on Medicaid IT funding

Lindsey Ferris is a senior advisor at Baltimore-based CRISP Health, a regional health information exchange. She co-authored this article with Matthew Isiogu, senior VP of innovation at Contexture, the umbrella organization for HIEs serving Arizona and Colorado. Lindsey and Matthew are both advisors to the Consortium for State and Regional Interoperability, a collection of the […]

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Biophilic Treehouse imagines a greener office experience

Ronald Lu & Partners have revealed a new workplace concept. Titled “Treehouse,” the biophilic high-rise design intends to make business places healthier and more eco-friendly with green plantings, net-zero operations and other integrated sustainable technology. It’s a beautiful take on what an office building can be, with balcony after balcony of greenery and a quality […]

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Modern apartment opens to lush vegetation and natural space

In Mexico City, architects Ana Nuno de Buen and Luis Young created Casa Cascada to perch atop an existing 1950s concrete apartment building. The effect is stunning but integrated. Surrounded by lush vegetation, this modern apartment uses glass for an open, airy feel and has its own courtyard created by the building’s rooftop. Continue reading […]

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Chic tiny house connects to outdoors with unique features

Australian tiny home builder Tailored Tiny Co.’s Blue Mountain tiny house packs some serious luxury and modern style into a miniature footprint. This tiny home has plenty of headroom and an updated look that connects to the outdoors via several skylights, outdoor awnings and a deck for expanded living space. Have you thought about building […]

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Robots built this timber rehearsal studio for musicians

When you need housing in a technical world where sustainability is paramount, turn to technology. Automated Architecture (AUAR Ltd.) created the timber Dwelling Unit for Musicians with robotics, automation and sustainable materials. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos The building is 10 square meters, or about 107 square feet. It is built using AUAR’s modular […]

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Recycled shipping containers make up this off-grid retreat

When homeowner Rosie dreams, she dreams big. Yet her home is anything but. Totaling only 60 square meters, her off-grid home is made from shipping containers, creating an environment that transports her into nature. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos Dubbed Ahurewa, the home sits in a protected area of ​​New Zealand’s Mahakirau Forest Estate. […]

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Silestone innovates with carbon-neutral quartz collection

Silestone® Sunlit Days carbon-neutral technology has garnered the line a win in the Hard Surfacing, Tiles & Stone Category in 2021 Architizer A + Product Awards. It was even a finalist in the Sustainable Design category. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos The win gives credit to Cosentino, the company behind the innovative quartz surface, […]

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Adaptive reuse project to connect Atlanta to greenery, transit

The COVID-19 pandemic is already influencing future architecture. For example, take S9 Architecture’s new adaptive giant project, Campus 244. This hybrid, well-ventilated, touchless tech campus will serve Atlanta’s burgeoning startup community. New York’s S9 Architecture, headed by co-founder and principal John Clifford, designed this million-square-foot mixed-use campus for an emerging tech hub. Continue reading below […]

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Scrap wood makes up this award-winning art installation

The “Fragrance with Lotus Flowers” ​​installation by Nakamura Kazunobu Design-Works uses scrap wood to create an entrancing space for Japanese dance. The designers’ manipulation of space through light and form creates a misty atmosphere that complements the elegant performances. In 2021, the project earned recognition from Interior Design as a Best of Year (BoY) Honoree […]

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Sustainable bathroom collection has a Mediterranean flair

When you look at Roca’s new sustainable Ona bathroom fixture collection, think the Mediterranean: the sea, great food, soft shapes and geometric lines. Ona means “wave” in Catalan, and the collection from Roca can outfit your entire bathroom, including sink basins, faucets, bathtubs, toilets and bidets. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos The Roca Design […]

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