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October 27, 2016
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Photo from Rolluda Architects
Rolluda Architects designed the new USDA Forestry Sciences Lab at Oregon State University.

Healthy buildings start with healthy materials
Designers are pushing for more transparency when it comes to what building materials are made of.

By MINDI CAULLEY
Weber Thompson



Interviewing for that big job? Here are 5 tips
Be aware, AEC selection panels use impromptu scenarios to see if teams can think on their feet.

By SCOTT JOHNSTON
Johnston Training Group



Is Passive House the solution to our climate crisis?
Key design breakthroughs center on the skeleton, skin and respiratory systems of buildings.

By TIM WEYAND
NK Architects








2016 A&E Design Perspectives Surveys

McKinstry

Innova Architects

The Blueline Group

Rolluda Architects

Hutteball & Oremus Architecture

CollinsWoerman





Art tree depicts U District projectís community link

LIHIís Marion West building has 49 units for homeless youth and low-income workers, plus a food bank partly supplied by a rooftop vegetable garden.

By MICHELE WANG
Runberg Architecture Group




A new engineerís guide to consulting in Central Washington

Taylor Dayton has learned a few lessons in her first year on the job.

By TAYLOR DAYTON
Aspect Consulting



National crisis grows as infrastructure crumbles away

By using vigorous design approaches and methods, we can help make the next wave of infrastructure more resilient, affordable and safer.

By KING CHIN
GeoEngineers







Senior designers, new architects learn from one another

Maintaining a mix of multiple generations of architects under one roof begets a host of benefits.

By PHIL GIUNTOLI
CollinsWoerman







2016 A&E Design Perspectives team

Section editor: Benjamin Minnick

Section design: Jeffrey Miller

Web design: Lisa Lannigan

Advertising: Matt Brown

Surveys: Lynn Porter, Jon Silver, Sam Bennett




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