- The City as a System: Notes from London and San FranciscoNovember 16, 2016by Rachel Bramwell, Strategist At their essence, cities are dense agglomerations of diverse functions, […]
- The Hope of Urban InformaticsNovember 16, 2016The Hope of Urban Informatics by Ethan Crowther The world is experiencing the highest rate of urbanization in […]
- Sustainable Cities: Frankfurt v. San FranciscoNovember 16, 2016by Marie Swarzenki, Data Analyst, RoundhouseOne Save Save Save Save Save […]
- Chloé Lauer, MKThink’s Director of Strategic Services, now WELL AP™November 15, 2016On November 6, Chloé Lauer, MKThink’s Director of Strategic Services earned a WELL Accredited […]
- From Naval Weapons Station to Mixed-Use CommunityNovember 10, 2016Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS) is a decommissioned U.S. Navy property roughly 5,000 acres in size, […]
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- ACEEE 2016 Summer Study: “Don’t build it, just change their operations”October 17, 2016At ACEEE’s 2016 Summer Study, MKThink’s Innovation Director, Signo Uddenberg, gave a panel talk on […]
- Emeryville Center of Community Life Opens its DoorsSeptember 26, 2016Fifteen years in the making, the $96 million Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) opened its doors in […]
- 2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in BuildingsAugust 15, 2016Amy Nagengast from MKThink: Panel 10 – ZNE vs. Comfort: A Holistic Look at High Performance Signo […]
- MKThink to Improve Facilities at Santa Cruz’s Louden Nelson Community CenterAugust 2, 2016MKThink won a contract to work with the City of Santa Cruz on a facilities improvement project for the Louden […]
According to the city, 300 Ivy St. (middle) and 400 Grove St. (right) in Hayes Valley are leading examples of well-done projects. In San Francisco, where architecture is a spectator sport, you might think there would be a clearly defined set of guidelines spelling out how new buildings can best fit our distinctive surroundings.
You’d be wrong. But next year, that could change.
The Groundfridge is a modern take on the traditional root cellar aimed at people who want to live in a “modern and self-sustaining way”
A new book analyzes the design of parliamentary buildingsand finds a "systemic lack of innovation."
The work pods are a glimpse of the self-assembling architecture of the future.
Ambitious project to collect block-by-block environmental data in nation's third largest city has begun.
The Cooper Hewitt's new exhibition, By the People, shows what local communities are doing at the grassroots level to improve their cities.
New devices that monitor pollutants in homes and offices could save millions of lives a year.
Here are three ways that language arts teachers have used innovative tech to support their curriculum.
Creating gasoline and biodiesel from readily available microbial organisms may sound too good to be true, but that is exactly what researchers at the Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa are doing.
The new Stanford Neuroscience Health Center marks a new era in what advanced, multidisciplinary care should look like for people with neurological disorders.