design

Subway line comfort and lunar colonies

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond. 1. Wired Magazine profiles the sensory “comfiness” of the Second Avenue Subway line’s first four stations. 2.…

Deep roots for a Montana music barn

In 1947, composer Benjamin Britten settled in Aldeburgh, a coastal town in eastern England. Soon after, he cofounded a music festival that turned the area into a destination for classical music lovers…

Sound bites: A new energy trend

Brian Raine, leader of Arup's energy business in the Americas, highlights trends and technology innovations that decentralize and democratize access to power. Questions or comments for Brian? Contact brian.raine@arup.com.

San Francisco and the skyline

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond. 1. Interior Design Magazine delves into how Dropbox’s San Francisco headquarters were designed to stand out from…

Sound bites: Healthy buildings, healthy society

How can we create a healthier society? According to structural engineer Cormac Deavy, rethinking the design team is a good start. Questions or comments for Cormac? Contact cormac.deavy@arup.com.

Awe-inspiring spaces and awesome rides

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond. 1. ArchDaily takes a look at the new Bellevue First Congregational Church, featuring rich indirect light that…