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Office Projects Rafael Viñoly's 20 Fenchurch Street, a.k.a. the Walkie Talkie, Wins the 2015 Carbuncle Cup The London building blamed for melting a Jag was named the worst building in the U.K. read more
Exhibitions Exhibition: “Shaping European Cities” by the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe After announcing the Mies van der Rohe... read more
Education Resolution to Settle Cooper Union Lawsuit Could Restore School's Tradition of Free Tuition The agreement includes the creation of a committee... read more
Products How Modern Elevators are Getting Us Where We Need to Go, Faster Going up? ARCHITECT asks elevator-systems manufacturer Schindler to talk about... read more
Business ADP: 190,000 Jobs Added to the U.S. Economy in August The monthly job gains are slightly above those from July and are in line with the year-to-date average. read more
Projects Change Orders When clients ask for vanilla, can we give them strawberry instead? read more
Exhibitions London’s Royal Academy Exhibits Chris Wilkinson’s Sketchbooks Opening Sept. 3, the collection explores the architect’s design process. read more
Design Inside Diller Scofidio + Renfro's Broad Museum Joseph Giovannini discovers that DS+R's new project stands up to its much vaunted neighbor read more
Architects Five Emerging Building Types to Master For firms looking to make their mark, these market segments will need more design experts in the near future. read more
Education 13 Architecture Schools to Bring Path to Licensure Into Curricula The inaugural class includes M.Arch. and B.Arch. programs that will let... read more
Design Debating the Value of Knockoff Design With Farnsworth kit houses on the horizon, an ongoing exhibition and Sept. 2 round-table discussion at... read more
Competitions Global Search for the Obama Presidential Center Architect Begins If a foreign architect wins the competition, it would mark the first time in U.S. history that a non-American designs a presidential library. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: MIT Makes a Multi-Material 3D Printer And it’s relatively affordable. Plus, solar windows, algae foam, and taskmaster drones. read more
3D Technology MIT's Neri Oxman on the True Beauty of 3D Printed Glass A collaborative research effort by MIT and Harvard University expands the potential of... read more
Architecture Architects for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale U.S. Pavilion Announced Twelve participating teams from across the country will design... read more
Technology Three Augmented and Virtual Reality Apps for Design and Construction Step inside your CAD and BIM models with new software for mobile devices. read more
Education Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Meets First Fundraising Deadline With the help of Frank Gehry, Wright's grandson, and a former... read more
Architecture An Open Call to Play Tennis on Architectural Icons One Belgian firm is creating a video compilation of people smashing balls into buildings around the world. read more
Architects Take Note 2015 AIA National President Elizabeth Chu Richter on looking beneath the surface. read more
Design Q+A: Fiera Editor Katie Treggiden on Finding New Talent at Design Fairs In its second issue, the biannual print magazine compiles the best new work from the world’s largest tradeshows. read more
Design The National Building Museum's Ball Pit Will Live On Materials used to create the "The Beach" will be re-purposed by the Dupont Underground, a subterranean arts space in Washington, D.C. read more
Architecture Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Presentation In Push to Reinstate Scrapped Tokyo Stadium Designs The firm makes a new pitch for its designs, which Japan's government dropped last month amid rising construction costs. read more
Technology Where OMA’s Fondazione Prada Comes Up Short A more inclusive layout and better wayfinding would improve the otherwise successful Milan art space by the Dutch firm. read more

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Economies of Scale
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It's not really architecture without the data. Read more

A Time for Peace
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A Time for Peace

The design competition for the World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C., presents... Read more

News Roundup
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News Roundup

September 3: The winner of the 2015 Mies van der Rohe Award, the modern history of... Read more

Throwback Thursday: The Building Blocks of History
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Throwback Thursday: The Building Blocks of History

A collection of historical trade journals explores the use of masonry units in... Read more

Times Square and the Reality of Public Spaces
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Times Square and the Reality of Public Spaces

Columnist Aaron Betsky reacts to the proposed removal of pedestrian plazas at one... Read more

Rafael Viñoly's 20 Fenchurch Street, a.k.a. the Walkie Talkie, Wins the 2015 Carbuncle Cup
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Rafael Viñoly's 20 Fenchurch Street, a.k.a. the Walkie Talkie, Wins the 2015 Carbuncle Cup

The London building blamed for melting a Jag was named the worst building in the U.K. Read more

Exhibition: “Shaping European Cities” by the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe
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Exhibition: “Shaping European Cities” by the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe

After announcing the Mies van der Rohe Award in May, the European organizations... Read more

Resolution to Settle Cooper Union Lawsuit Could Restore School's Tradition of Free Tuition
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Resolution to Settle Cooper Union Lawsuit Could Restore School's Tradition of Free Tuition

The agreement includes the creation of a committee aimed at returning the school... Read more

How Modern Elevators are Getting Us Where We Need to Go, Faster
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How Modern Elevators are Getting Us Where We Need to Go, Faster

Going up? ARCHITECT asks elevator-systems manufacturer Schindler to talk about the... Read more

ADP: 190,000 Jobs Added to the U.S. Economy in August
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ADP: 190,000 Jobs Added to the U.S. Economy in August

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Change Orders
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Change Orders

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London’s Royal Academy Exhibits Chris Wilkinson’s Sketchbooks
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London’s Royal Academy Exhibits Chris Wilkinson’s Sketchbooks

Opening Sept. 3, the collection explores the architect’s design process. Read more

Inside Diller Scofidio + Renfro's Broad Museum
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Inside Diller Scofidio + Renfro's Broad Museum

Joseph Giovannini discovers that DS+R's new project stands up to its much vaunted... Read more

Five Emerging Building Types to Master
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Five Emerging Building Types to Master

For firms looking to make their mark, these market segments will need more design... Read more

13 Architecture Schools to Bring Path to Licensure Into Curricula
Debating the Value of Knockoff Design
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Debating the Value of Knockoff Design

With Farnsworth kit houses on the horizon, an ongoing exhibition and Sept. 2... Read more

Global Search for the Obama Presidential Center Architect Begins
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Global Search for the Obama Presidential Center Architect Begins

If a foreign architect wins the competition, it would mark the first time in U.S.... Read more

This Week in Tech: MIT Makes a Multi-Material 3D Printer
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This Week in Tech: MIT Makes a Multi-Material 3D Printer

And it’s relatively affordable. Plus, solar windows, algae foam, and taskmaster... Read more

MIT's Neri Oxman on the True Beauty of 3D Printed Glass
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MIT's Neri Oxman on the True Beauty of 3D Printed Glass

A collaborative research effort by MIT and Harvard University expands the... Read more

Architects for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale U.S. Pavilion Announced
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Architects for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale U.S. Pavilion Announced

Twelve participating teams from across the country will design projects for sites... Read more

Three Augmented and Virtual Reality Apps for Design and Construction
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Three Augmented and Virtual Reality Apps for Design and Construction

Step inside your CAD and BIM models with new software for mobile devices. Read more

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Meets First Fundraising Deadline
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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Meets First Fundraising Deadline

With the help of Frank Gehry, Wright's grandson, and a former apprentice of the... Read more

An Open Call to Play Tennis on Architectural Icons
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An Open Call to Play Tennis on Architectural Icons

One Belgian firm is creating a video compilation of people smashing balls into... Read more

Take Note
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Take Note

2015 AIA National President Elizabeth Chu Richter on looking beneath the surface. Read more

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Q+A: Fiera Editor Katie Treggiden on Finding New Talent at Design Fairs
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Q+A: Fiera Editor Katie Treggiden on Finding New Talent at Design Fairs

In its second issue, the biannual print magazine compiles the best new work from... Read more

The National Building Museum's Ball Pit Will Live On
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The National Building Museum's Ball Pit Will Live On

Materials used to create the "The Beach" will be re-purposed by the Dupont... Read more

Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Presentation In Push to Reinstate Scrapped Tokyo Stadium Designs
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Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Presentation In Push to Reinstate Scrapped Tokyo Stadium Designs

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Where OMA’s Fondazione Prada Comes Up Short
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Where OMA’s Fondazione Prada Comes Up Short

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The New Client Landscape
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Five Modular Furniture Pieces Present Infinite Design Possibilities

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Missouri University of Science and Technology

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Stevens Institute of Technology

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Kamvari Architects

Folds Folds

Bureau de Change

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