Architects Starchitects: The Next Generation Columnist Aaron Betsky sees the changing of the old guard of architecture already underway. read more
Projects Top 15 for 2015 ARCHITECT looks back on the top 15 projects of the year so far. Which is your favorite? read more
Design Intel A LEED Green Associate Credential is Your Gateway to Green Showcase your knowledge, experience and credibility in the green building marketplace with a LEED professional credential. read more
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Technology Automating Creativity in Design and Manufacturing The machines are here to stay. Rather than push them away, designers must work them into the creative process. read more
Architecture News Roundup November 24, 2015: An architectural tour of Beirut, a reflection of The Shard in London, and more in our news feed… read more
Detail Innovative Detail: Onagawa Station's Lattice Roof A train terminal by Shigeru Ban Architects symbolizes the recovery of a Japanese town leveled by a tsunami four years earlier. read more
Design Humanizing Architecture Moshe Safdie on a lifetime in design. read more
Design Intel Healing Room with a View ZGF’s new St. Charles Cancer Center is the embodiment of holistic, patient-centered care. Owners love it for its... read more
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Design Three Questions with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Director Donald Schwarz Schwarz discusses architects' responsibilities beyond buildings. read more
Books The Biographer's Elusive Quest Paul Goldberger's biography of Frank Gehry is a reminder of how tricky it can be to capture the life of an architect read more
Technology This Week in Tech: New York's Skyscraper Boom is Blocking the Sun We round up the latest design and technology news from around the Web. read more
Urban Design Paris, Beirut, and the Crisis of Cities Columnist Aaron Betsky reflects on the recent attacks in major cities and sprawling suburbs around the world read more
Green Technology Five Projects that Clean the Environment These buildings and installations go beyond conventional sustainable design to actively clean their surroundings. read more
Installation The National Museum of African American History and Culture Hosts Debut Event A projection mapping presentation honors the end of the Civil... read more
Resilient Design Q+A: BIG and One Architecture on Making the Dryline a Reality The ambitious and complex 10-mile-long plan to help protect lower Manhattan from flooding must begin construction by 2017. read more
Leadership Q+A: Future USGBC CEO Mahesh Ramanujam on Greenbuild 2015 The organization's chief operating officer, who will replace Rick Fedrizzi at the... read more
Business October Architecture Billings Index Reflects Sustained Growth in Design Market AIA chief economist Kermit Baker predicts healthy business conditions going into 2016. read more
Technology Splacer Brings Commercial Space into the Sharing Economy The curated list of homes, offices, galleries, and more aims to improve access to top-tier urban real estate for events in New York and beyond. read more
History Q+A: Art Historian Paul Jaskot on the Construction of Holocaust Concentration Camps Jaskot recently spoke at the U.S. Holocaust Museum in... read more
Design MVRDV Wins Competition to Design an Urban Lagoon in Taiwan The Dutch firm’s plans include a makeover for a public mall in downtown Tainan which includes a public swimming pool and elevated walkways. read more
Products Seven Sustainable Products from the 2015 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo Recycled PET bottles and old fishing nets get new life, plus sustainable glazing, sound-absorbing panels, and new green materials. read more
Architects Family The New York-based design firm discusses ambitious and whimsical architecture, from a floating, filtering pool to a 50-foot volcano for... read more
Education Projects Learning from Institutions of Higher Education Columnist Aaron Betsky finds lessons for inclusion in the recent campus turmoil at the University of Missouri and Yale University. read more
Architecture News Roundup, November 9 to November 13, 2015 Archive of the news from the week of November 9 to November 13. read more
Products Product Spec: Improving Insulation Energy codes, material enhancements, and a systems approach to the building envelope are helping drive the commercial market. read more
Architecture Adaptive Practices Symbols of simplicity never go out of style. read more
Education NCARB Selects 3 Architectural Programs for 2015 Grants The awards will help Mississippi State University, Philadelphia University, and the... read more
Cultural Projects Renwick Gallery Reopens with Wonder Exhibition The Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery opens after a two-year renovation by Westlake Reed Leskosky. read more


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