Exhibitions MoMA Announces Upcoming "Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter" Exhibition Opening in October, the show will examine the idea of shelter within refugee camps and other places of displacement. read more
Award Winners AIA San Francisco Announces 2016 Design Award Winners AIASF honored 26 projects that demonstrate Bay Area architects' creativity and innovation. read more
Design Intel If You Build It Weather-Tight, People Will Come Envelope aesthetics combine with high performance in this Iowa Homeless Shelter read more
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Economic Conditions U.S. Adds 160,000 Jobs in April Architecture, construction lags amid overall hiring slowdown. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Washington University in St. Louis' 'Twin Study' for Net-Zero Retrofits Comparing renovation protocols on two identical... read more
Events Convention Countdown: Francis Kéré at the Philadelphia Museum of Art A unique installation lets visitors experience the architect’s community-oriented work. read more
Cultural Projects Out with the New, In with the Old Comparisons among the New Whitney, the Met Breuer, and the SFMOMA expansion show that novelty cannot overcome materiality. read more
Design Intel Bigger is Better: Oversized, Butt-Glazed Trend Extends to Fire Rated Glass Manufacturers will continue to introduce innovative products to make sure this trend is here to stay. read more
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Awards Cooper Hewitt Announces Winners of its 17th Annual National Design Awards This year’s honorees include Moshe Safdie, Make It Right, Center for... read more
Historical Restoration U-Haul Restores 1940s Isamu Noguchi–Designed Ceiling in St. Louis The work, created for the lobby of the American Stove Company-Magic Chef... read more
Products The Heat is On: A Brief History of Fireplace Design Documenting homes' shift from cast-iron stoves to mechanical HVAC systems in less than a century. read more
Events Convention Countdown: Nab a Hammock at Spruce Street Harbor Park Rest your feet beneath the luminous tree canopy at this riverfront oasis. read more
Water Urban Wellsprings The world’s most appealing cities acknowledge their symbiotic relationship to water. read more
Installation Philip Johnson’s Glass House Hosts Yayoi Kusama’s “Narcissus Garden” The kinetic sculpture consists of 1,300 reflective, steel spheres that will float in a nearby pond on the 49-acre site in New Canaan, Conn. read more
Economic Conditions ADP: 156,000 Jobs added in April Small businesses accounted for a majority of the payroll gains last month. read more
Events Convention Countdown: Mummies and More at the Penn Museum Tired of networking? Go back in time at the University of Pennsylvania’s extensive archaeology and anthropology collections. read more
Water Going Against the Flow Jeanne Gang wants to give the Chicago River some love. read more
Hospitality Projects James Beard Foundation Names Three Winners in the 2016 Outstanding Restaurant Design Awards Two New York City eateries and one Chicago joint win across two categories. read more
Competitions New Design Competition Aims to Rethink Memorials The National Park Service, National Capital Planning Commission, and Van Alen Institute... read more
Products Seven Winning Products for Public Spaces from the 2016 Red Dot Awards These furnishings and fixtures bring streamlined forms and contrasting materials to communal, urban spaces. read more
Events Convention Countdown: Food Porn from Reading Terminal Market Walking the expo hall will probably leave you famished. Here's where to eat. read more
Healthcare Projects Crafting CVS The women behind the design of the U.S.’s largest retail pharmacy. read more
Urban Design Sacramento's Bridge District Draws from Dutch Influences A new development in Sacramento learns from the Dutch model of housing development to... read more
Events Convention Countdown: The Three Keynotes Actor Kevin Spacey, designer Neri Oxman, and architect Rem Koolhaas are all on the docket. read more
Architecture Hou de Sousa Designs DuPont Underground's First Installation The revitalized Washington, D.C., streetcar tunnel opened with a readily re-configurable exhibit by the New York firm. read more
Award Winners AIA and ACSA Award 2015-2016 COTE Top Ten for Students The COTE Top Ten for Students competition recognizes projects that provide architectural solutions to protect the environment. read more
Technology Understanding Embodied Energy in Design Architects know how to manage the energy generated and consumed by a building during its working life,... read more
Technology This Week in Tech: NBBJ Takes on Virtual Reality The firm's new platform could soon be available industry-wide. Plus, the rise of connected... read more

Projects

ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2015-16

Institute for Computational Design (ICD), Institute of Building Structures and...

Lava Mae Lava Mae

Studio Terpeluk

Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Hupomone Ranch Hupomone Ranch

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop

David Ireland House David Ireland House

Jensen Architects, Architectural Resources Group

College of Marin Academic Center College of Marin Academic Center

TLCD Architecture, Mark Cavagnero Associates

Childrens Day School at Dolores Park Childrens Day School at Dolores Park

Jensen Architects, VerPlanck Historic Preservation Consulting

Brecon Estate Winery Brecon Estate Winery

Aidlin Darling Design

Bloomberg Tech Hub Bloomberg Tech Hub

IwamotoScott Architecture

André Malraux’s Group of Schools André Malraux’s Group of Schools

Dominique Coulon & Associés

North Beach Branch Library North Beach Branch Library

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Rinconada Library Rinconada Library

Group 4 Architecture, Research & Planning

Public Safety Campus Public Safety Campus

Mark Cavagnero Associates, HOK

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