Competitions Arch Madness 2015: Round Three Down to the Elite Eight, this tournament of great AIA Twenty-Five Year Award winners includes projects by Louis Kahn, Frank Lloyd Wright, Fay Jones, I.M. Pei, and other legendary more
Architects AIA Feature: New Rules Lessons learned in finding new ways to represent architects in the 21st more
Preservation The Hand That Wrecks the Cradle ISIS and other radical groups in the Middle East are devastating the region's architectural and archaeological more
Technology Teaching Nature-Based Design to Architecture Students A recent graduate design studio at the University of Minnesota's College of Design let students explore concepts of natural more
Arts and Culture Jimenez Lai's Youthquake at the Graham Foundation Lai sits down to discuss his Graham exhibit "Treatise," the youth movement in architecture, and his move to more
Retail Projects Aesop Store in Oslo, Designed by Snøhetta The company's 100th store opened in central Oslo just in time for the Christmas shopping season, with an iconic ceiling that recalls hills more
Architecture What Will Happen to Sweet Briar College’s Historic Campus? The Sweet Briar board of directors voted to close the women's college in August, leaving behind a campus of beloved more
Projects A New Space for a Vital Community The vibrant Uptown neighborhood in Minneapolis has an active streetlife but was lacking a public space to match. Enter the Walker Library, more
Design Arch Madness 2015: Round Two You've knocked the first round of buildings down to 16 finalists. Which remaining buildings will win your top votes? Select your favorite more
Products Five Acoustical Wall Panels That Dampen Noise in Style Open-plan offices and contract spaces demand creative noise-management solutions. These products deliver on performance and more
Wood Innovative Detail: Wood Innovation and Design Centre Michael Green Architecture has designed the world’s tallest timber structure for the city of Prince George, British more
Competitions Arch Madness 2015: Round One Every year, the AIA crowns a building 25 to 35 years old that embodies architectural excellence. Which buildings on that list have more
Technology Carbon3D's Revolutionary Technology Turns 3D Printing on Its Head The company's continuous liquid interface production process redefines additive manufacturing, making it viable for use in mass more
Cultural Projects SculptureCenter Renovation and Expansion Andrew Berman talks about his recent work reimagining the SculptureCenter in Long Island City, more
Urban Design To What Will Pullman Be a Monument? Columnist Aaron Betsky reacts to the recent designation of Pullman, Ill., as a national more
Exhibitions A Coincidental "Homage" to Michael Graves "Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom," a collection of images shot around the Washington Monument and the more
Awards AIA New York Announces 2015 Design Award Winners 17 of this year’s 35 Design Award winners, ranging from small pavilions to large-scale master plans, are New York City-based more
Technology This Week in Research: Shadow-Free Skyscrapers, Net-Zero McDonalds, and... We round up the latest in materials and architectural more
Architects AIA Voices: The New Architect Jose Alvarez draws on his career-spanning time at Eskew+Dumez+Ripple to provide mentorship opportunities to burgeoning more
Architects Q+A: UDream's Don Carter On Racial Diversity in Architecture The director of the innovative education and employment program at Carnegie Mellon University discusses its potential to change more
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