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January’s AIA Architecture Billings Index remains low, marking “the lengthiest period of declining billings since 2010”

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Any score below 50 indicates a decline in The post January’s AIA Architecture Billings Index remains low, marking “the lengthiest period of declining billings since 2010” appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper. In its latest report the AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score has increased ever so slightly to 46.2

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Micromobility ridership in the US from 2010 to 2021

Brandon Donnelly

The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) has just published this report on shared micro mobility in the US from 2010 to 2021. According to the report, the first modern North American bike share system was installed in Montréal in 2009 and the first in the US was in 2010.

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2010 Shanghai EXPO Village Planning by Lemanarc SA

Archinect

Historically, E-18 area was a shoal zone and has been a wharf decades ago. Recently it is featured by clusters of high-rise residential buildings and skyscrapers.

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Pritzker Prize Laureate Fumihiko Maki Passes Away at 95

ArchDaily

via Flickr user jeanbaptisteparis licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 | Fumihiko Maki at MIT Media Lab, 2010. Esteemed Japanese architect and Pritzker Prize laureate Fumihiko Maki passed away at his Tokyo home last Thursday at the age of 95.

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A' Design Award Launches Call for Entries for Over 100 Design Categories

ArchDaily

Image © Maytoni brand visualizer Dmitry Cherednikov, 2022 The A' Design Awards have been celebrating the best in international design since 2010. Reflex Pendant Lamp. With a focus on recognizing all spheres of design and creative fields, it awards hundreds of submissions every year.

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First-Ever +POOL to Open in New York City This Summer, with Plans to Expand Swimming Access across the State

ArchDaily

In 2010, four young designers, Archie Lee Coates IV , Dong-Ping Wong , Jeffrey Franklin, and Oana Stanescu , established + POOL with the goal of providing New Yorkers with access to free and safe river swimming.

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Call For Entries: Domus Restoration and Preservation International Award - IX Edition

ArchDaily

It was conceived and promoted in 2010 by Fassa S.r.l., owner of the Fassa Bortolo brand, and by the Ferrara University, Department of Architecture. Read more »