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Adaptive Urban Regulations: Navigating Change in Affordable Housing, Infrastructure, and Sustainability in the U.S.

ArchDaily

As the demands of the built environment expand, local authorities worldwide are redefining policies and regulations to shape their cities. These innovative regulations can drive sustainable and consistent progress as cities stand at the intersection between their present challenges and future aspirations. Read more »

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AIA chapters voice concern over proposed regulations on architects in California

Archinect

California Code of Regulations 135 (CCR 135) would require licensed architects to include their license number on “all forms of advertisement presented to the public in connection with an offer to provide architectural services.”

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A company that peer reviews drawing sets is hiring regulation-savvy architects

Archinect

The role, which can be performed remotely , requires a minimum of 15 years’ experience in architectural practice and construction, and a strong knowledge of building codes , standards, regulations, and construction administration. projects.

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AIA criticizes SCOTUS decision limiting EPA regulation of carbon emissions

Archinect

” The decision rules that significant new regulations by the EPA require congressional approval and was decided along ideological lines with six conservative justices in favor, and three liberal justices against. Environmental Protection Agency , is described by the AIA as a “setback in the climate crisis fight.”

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the bloom architects’ tile-wrapped house regulates vietnam’s tropical and temperate climate

designboom

The post the bloom architects’ tile-wrapped house regulates vietnam’s tropical and temperate climate appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. the versatile use of tile forms a roof, a wall, a protective shield, and an avenue for fresh air to permeate the home.

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University of Chicago researchers develop ‘chameleon-like’ material that can regulate buildings by changing from solid to liquid

Archinect

Researchers from the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering have published details of a new material that can auto-regulate its environment by changing its infrared colors and liquid-solid state.

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2021 showed the power of policy, codes, and regulations in the United States and around the world

Archinect

For reasons both tragic and optimistic, 2021 was a year where regulations and policy were never far from the media spotlight. To further explore this point, we have set out the key developments and stories throughout 2021 which showed the power of policy, codes, and regulations in architecture — be it at a fe.