A look at some of the nonprofit programs that support young architects, and some of the talent.
This outdoor exhibition space in Los Angeles is an experimental architecture lab.
This program is a partnership between MoMA PS1 and the National Museum of XXI Century Arts.
The 2010 Rome Prize winners are investigating the margins of the city.
Lead Pencil Studio's work bridges the divide between architecture and art.
This award is a bellwether for architectural ascendance.
With three locations, this is an independent organization that curates architectural exhibits on a small budget.
Interboro Partners devise Holding Pattern for this high-visibility gig for emerging talent.
L.A. architect Barbara Bestor worked with students to construct "Silent Disco" in the SCI-Arc Gallery.
The 2011 winners of the American Institute of Architects' program.
This institution's latest exhibit is a cavelike space dug out of polystyrene foam.
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