RECORD's 22nd annual program demonstrates how architecture can benefit a business’s bottom line.
An architect/developer devises an alternative to the traditional residential subdivision on a site two hours north of New York City.
The design of a developer's New York office pays homage to the community’s history while projecting the refinement of the Houston-based company’s brand.
Blue Bottle's new cafés around the country put the performance of coffee making on display in clutter-free spaces.
To enhance employee productivity and increase sales for a contract-furniture dealer, the architects put the products AOS represents to work, rather than on display.
An underutilized subterranean site in New York City has been transformed into a flexible underground pedestrian street for food and shopping.
A new building at the Metropolitan Community College in Omaha has become a versatile research, development, and training resource for students and industry.
A New York–based law firm invigorates its workplace by reflecting its increasingly collaborative culture.
Read about the winners of this year's Good Design Is Good Business awards program, which recognizes exemplary architectural solutions that were instrumental in the growth and success of a range of businesses.
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