Arts and Culture “Lina Bo Bardi: Together” is First Exhibition for the Designer in the US The Graham Foundation is hosting the first U.S. exhibition of the Italian designer who is remembered for her work as a mediator of modernization and stayed true to her adopted homeland's roots. read more
Urban Design Why Tomorrowland Should Never Come Columnist Aaron Betsky reviews the recently released film Tomorrowland and its depictions of a Calatrava future. read more
Technology AIA’s Technology in Architecture Practice Group Awards BIM Projects In its 11th year, the program recognizes four projects for taking the modeling software to the next level. read more
Technology Inside the Getty's Initiative to Save Modern Architecture Projects at the Salk Institute and Eames House are part of a larger effort to preserve our midcentury heritage. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: May 27, 2015 An interactive Lego installation opens Friday at the High Line, critic John King reviews San Francisco's new Public Safety building, and more... read more
Fabrication Detail: The Tiles of Studio Libeskind’s Vanke Pavilion For the Milan Expo 2015, Daniel Libeskind clads a serpentine-like structure with iridescent red ceramic scales. read more
Technology #ArchitectChats: Drones in Architecture Read a recap of our weekly Twitter chat, which explored the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the design, construction, management, and... read more
Wood Innovative Detail: Nest We Grow Moment Connection Graduate students from the University of California, Berkeley, create a timber grid structure in Japan that is both elegant and rigid. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: May 26, 2015 A building shaped like a tamale, murals by Michael Graves, and more links for Tuesday. read more
Technology The Making of MIT's Collier Memorial J. Meejin Yoon, head of MIT's architecture department, commemorates fallen campus police officer Sean Collier with vaults of solid granite. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Retail Lighting Takes on New Functions A French supermarket uses visible light technology to push coupons, humanoid robots get into shape, and more tech news. read more
Design Morning News Roundup: May 22, 2015 A colorful display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, an experiment in big data architecture, and more news for your Friday. read more
Community Projects 10 More Renderings of the MLK Library Renovation At a public meeting on Wednesday, the Washington, D.C., public library discussed several additional preliminary renderings of the renovation... read more
Award Winners AIA Announces Winners of 2015 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students The AIA's Committee on the Environment honors the best green student projects in its first annual COTE Top Ten for Students. read more
Products Regional Collectives Stand Out at WantedDesign NYC From Detroit to Ireland to Mexico, emerging designers partnered to exhibit their latest products in New York. read more
Technology Can I (Legally) Use a Drone? That depends. The Federal Aviation Administration offers a compliance path for the use of small unmanned aerial vehicles, but many commercial... read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: May 21, 2015 Plus, a retrospective on Henry Cobb, architect of Boston's Hancock Tower; photographer Iwan Baan posts a shot of his favorite office space;... read more
Office Projects KieranTimberlake's New Sandbox The Philadelphia firm's workshop/studio is a model of 21st-century office space. Oh, and there's no AC. read more
Preservation The Four Seasons: What to Preserve? Columnist Aaron Betsky tackles the question of the Four Seasons and its ongoing preservation battles. read more
Leadership Three Questions with Newly Elected AIA 2016 First Vice President / 2017... Vonier discusses the priorities of his upcoming term and the need to bring architecture to the 2016 national campaigns. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: May 20, 2015 A design competition for a WWI memorial kicks off this week, Sir John Soane's London apartment opens to the public, and more news for Wednesday. read more
Business April Architecture Billings Index Slips into Negative Territory So far, 2015 has experienced two months of growth and two months of contractions, according to the latest economic report released by the AIA... read more
Architects Architect Chats: Takeaways from AIA Convention 2015 Today's edition of the weekly Twitter chat focused on experiences in and around last week's convention in Atlanta. read more
Architects Acre Architects Acre Architects, based in Saint John, New Brunswick, wants architecture to tell a story. read more
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