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Weekly Poll (14)


A survey recently published by the American Institute of Architects indicates that the architecture industry has almost fully recovered from the recession and is seeing healthy profits. Do you feel that trend reflected in your business?


The recently completed U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis features transparent glass on its facade that could injure or kill birds in collisions, according to critics. The National Football League’s Vikings and stadium officials have decided to fund a $300,000 scientific bird study to determine the extent of the problem, if any, before installing any sort of bird deterrent. Good or bad decision?


San Francisco's Millennium Tower has been found to have sunk 16 inches since it opened eight years ago—more than the 6 inches it was predicted to settle in its lifetime. What should be done now?


China has recently outlawed “odd-shaped” buildings as part of an effort to regulate city growth. Do you think this will work?


The U.S. Green Building Council recently held its annual conference, Greenbuild. Do you think sustainability and green design is politically or financially motivated, or does it make good business sense?


A Chinese company has just built a 57-story skyscraper in 19 days from prefab components. Would you live in it?


The UK, which has the world's smallest houses, has for the first time adopted minimum space requirements in homes. Good idea or bad idea?


A Dutch architect is suing a former museum client, saying its expansion plans "mutilate" his design. Should architects retain legal rights over their design after the project is completed?


How do you rank your priorities in building design today?


Los Angeles officials are weighing an ordinance that would require property owners to quakeproof thousands of vulnerable buildings within the next 30 years. Good plan?


Critics say that today’s “starchitects” are pushing design extremes that are structurally risky. What do you think?


What should a builder do if he or she encounters design or specification issues that may affect a building’s integrity or performance?


One World Trade Center’s spire has earned it the honor of tallest U.S. building. What should “tallest building” mean?


What should be uppermost in the mind of an architect when designing a building?


 
 
   

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