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Preliminary work has begun on Staten Island's New York Wheel (Image: New York Wheel)

Preliminary construction work has begun on Staten Island's New York Wheel: a huge Ferris wheel that will rise 192 m (630 ft) above New York Harbor. Slated for completion in 2017, the US$500 million New York Wheel will have a capacity of up to 1,440 passengers at a time.  Read More

Brewhouse No. 4 is said to be the first major brewery in the world to receive LEED Platinu...

Guinness, the Irish stout, is famously dark with a creamy head. It is also increasingly green. A newly-opened Guinness brewhouse has been awarded LEED Platinum certification. Brewhouse No. 4 at St. James’s Gate in Ireland was also awarded BREEAM Outstanding certification last year.  Read More

The Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes has recently received full Living Building Ch...

The Center for Sustainable Landscapes (CSL) at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has become the first building to obtain the world's four highest sustainable building standards, according to Phipps. The facility has just added Living Building Challenge certification to its list of credits.  Read More

The new Bee'ah headquarters will be located in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (Image: Zaha ...

Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has released some preliminary details concerning a new planned headquarters for Bee'ah, a Middle East environmental waste management company. The LEED Platinum-seeking project will run solely from renewable energy sources, and also serve as a learning center to promote environmental awareness in the area.  Read More

Behnisch Architekten says its design for the EpiCenter Expansion in Boston may make it the...

A high-sustainability design has been released for an expanded building in the US. Behnisch Architekten says that Boston's EpiCenter will become the largest energy-positive commercial building in New England and perhaps on the East Coast. The building will house youth charity Artists for Humanity.  Read More

The newly-opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights has a cutting edge design, as well as su...

It seems fitting that a museum with subject matter that's as aspirational as human rights, should be similarly aspirational in design. The newly-opened Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is just that. The building is a mix of cutting edge design, construction, accessibility and sustainability.  Read More

The as-yet-unnamed building is due to be completed in 2016 (Image: Studio Gang Architects)

Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects has unveiled some early renders and a few preliminary details concerning a new, as-yet-unnamed, residential tower slated for Miami. The firm is targeting LEED Gold certification for the project.  Read More

Tianjin's new Riverside 66 building is 350 m (1,150 ft) long and has a huge curved glass f...

When undertaking any major project, it's important to have the courage of your convictions. Judging by its part in the redevelopment plan for China's Tianjin river banks, this is something of which architects firm Kohn Pedersen Fox is not short. Riverside 66 is a breathtaking glazed megastructure.  Read More

Once complete, SkyRise Miami will be the tallest tower in Florida (Image: SkyRise Miami)

Following votes of approval from both Miami councilors and members of the public, the city is set to host a new 304 m (1000 ft) high observation tower. According to the developers, SkyRise Miami will be the tallest tower in Florida when completed, and will host attractions and amusements which include bungee jumping, a cinema, and a free-fall ride.  Read More

The New Atlanta Stadium will have a roof that opens and closes in a similar way to a camer...

Work recently started on the construction of the new Atlanta Falcons stadium. The stadium, to be shared with a new Major League Soccer team, will contain a number of high-tech and sustainability features. It will also boast a "one-of-a-kind" eight-piece interlocking retractable roof.  Read More

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