The fitness brand is investing in its employees with an innovative and flexible events building called Halftime, encouraging workers to connect, collaborate and relax
As the year draws to a close, we asked the architect what trend he thinks will dominate in 2013.
The eco-friendly outpost in Harlem will feature a greenhouse on the roof, a living wall made of plants, and bamboo chandeliers.
Famous architect creates a sustainable home for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
A former bank is transformed into an experimental cafe which Starbucks will use to foster product and service innovations.
Fastvínic elevates the humble sandwich through quality local ingredients and a unique dining experience.
FedEx has announced that all of its new buildings will meet LEED standards for sustainability.
Tim Pfeiffer, senior VP of Store Design talks to PSFK about the recent redesign of their Soho store.
Starbucks' new Spring and Crosby location is part of an experimental batch of 12 stores around the world, testing the feasibility of Starbucks' recent initiative to have all new global locations LEED-certified by the end of the year.
One of the most eagerly awaited architectural projects in New York City was opened this week. The new Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Science and Art was dedicated and PSFK was on hand for the ceremony and a full walk thru of the building.
Conneticut Science Center opened its LEED-certified doors earlier this June. 95% of the steel used in construction is manufactured from recycled cars and during operating hours, fuel cell provides approximately two-thirds of the needed power.