An Ingredient List for a Healthy Home

Fred Bernstein The New York Times Feb, 2, 2012 The database, available at transparency.perkinswill.com, grew out of research that began when the two men were designing a cancer center at Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn, and wanted to make sure it was free of known and suspected carcinogens. Before they could judge the safety of various products, they had to know what those products were made of — information that wasn’t readily available. They began gathering data every way they could, continuing after the cancer center opened in 2003, and after their longtime employer, Guenther 5 Architects, was acquired by Perkins…

Annual Convention: Evolution and Influence

On August 1,1995, Gayle Pickering joined the staff of the Texas Society of Architects and went to Dallas the next day to meet with the 1995 Convention Committee who was planning an early November event.

Dallas Center for Architecture Hosts Upcoming Community Events

Form Follows Fitness 5K Saturday, Feb. 25 The Dallas Center for Architecture announces a running tour through downtown. On Feb. 25, the starting gun will fire at One Arts Plaza and hundreds of participants will ramble through downtown and uptown-right past some of Dallas’ architectural icons. Visit the race website for more information. Bright Lights. Great City? Tuesday, Feb. 28, 6:00 p.m. Several recently completed buildings in downtown Dallas-the Omni Hotel, Hunt Tower, Gables Park 17, and others- have drawn attention for their use of LED lighting technologies. Even Reunion Tower has updated its 1970s’ display to colored lights. What…