Architects ‘Sir Lady Jane’ Thompson Dies The designer, editor, and planner was an outspoken advocate of women in architecture and design. read more
Education Projects A Rust Belt Education How design students in legacy cities like Detroit, Buffalo, and Cleveland are helping to revive their local communities. read more
Design Intel Metal panels provide ‘excellent’ aesthetic for Brooklyn’s Poly Prep Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, N.Y., is a historic co-ed... read more
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Competitions CallisonRTKL Wins Open Architecture Collaborative's Inaugural National Treasures Design Competition The winning entry, Blue Current DC,... read more
Technology Object of the Moment: Origin by Shaper This handheld CNC router uses augmented reality to keep the user and the cutting on-course. read more
Sustainability The 2016 Fuller Challenge Announces Six Finalists This year's shortlisted projects include a school with a roof that doubles as a water... read more
Single Family R.W. Glasner Studio and Edgar Miller's Arts and Crafts Legacy Aaron Betsky visits the famed compound of artist studios started by Edgar Miller... read more
Design Intel How New Paint Technologies Can Impact Specifications Advancements in coatings technology have changed the landscape, and now there are unique and innovative options to consider. read more
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Technology The Annual Earth Overshoot Day Came Early, Again Humanity is consuming resources faster than the planet can make them, which should prompt... read more
Architecture The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats Takes a Look at Twisting Towers The Chicago organization rated 28 spiraling designs around the world in height. read more
Products Six Cement Tiles That Are Sure to Floor These cement and encaustic tiles juxtapose dynamic patterns with muted colors to give spaces finesse. read more
Education Projects Sandy Hook Rebuilds How Svigals + Partners "spoke to the heart" and navigated a fraught commission. read more
Cultural Projects Miyahata Jōmon Museum's Faceted Ceiling The tessellated geometry is both complex and structural, echoing the exposed excavated ruins in the... read more
Architecture AIA Detroit, AIA Las Vegas Receive 2016 Opportunity Fund Grants Mentorship and business training programs each receive $5,000 from annual grant for AIA component initiatives. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Flexible Concrete is Put to the Test Plus, conducting post-occupancy studies with the Internet of Things, underwater cargo... read more
Building Materials Full Disclosures In an age when transparency is expected, being open about materials requires a real commitment. read more
Research WeWork Takes on Design Research and the Internet of Things The company revealed its high-tech approach to conducting post-occupancy studies... read more
Products Object of the Moment: Andissa by KnollTextiles Whimsical floral meets regimented stripes on this heirloom-inspired upholstery that provides versatility for residential and commercial spaces. read more
Design What Gensler's Workplace Survey Tells Us About the Future of the Office Making room for the different ways people and teams collaborate is key to effective workplace design. read more
Hive Mix Shift: Sized and Priced to Sell As higher end second-time move-up and move-up demand softens, momentum kicks up for new entry-level communities read more
Education David Ruy to Head SCI-Arc’s New Post-Graduate Program The architect–educator will oversee four master’s programs in emerging fields within architecture and design. read more
Exhibitions House Vision 2 Exhibition Opens in Tokyo The 2016 edition of the forward-looking exhibition runs from July 30 to August 28. read more
Single Family Frank Lloyd Wright's Winslow House and the Ideal Suburban Model Aaron Betsky visits Wright's 1893 residence for William Winslow and family,... read more
Business Architecture Billings Stay Positive in July, but Growth Slows Uncertainty surrounding the upcoming U.S. presidential election is putting some construction spending on hold. read more
Arts and Culture "Hippie Modernism" at Cranbrook The exhibition attempts to resurrect a lost era that resonates with the current moment. But do we really want to revisit it? read more
Economic Conditions Continued Growth Projected for Construction Through 2017 As baby boomers retire, the health care sector is poised for major gains while single-family residential continues to recover. read more
Architects Thread Collective The Brooklyn-based firm's work in urban agriculture bleeds into its residential work, which has a focus on connecting to landscape. read more
Films Five Favorites from the 2016 New York Architecture and Design Film Festival Lineup Attendees can earn CEUs for watching movies about architecture at the annual event, now in its eighth year. read more

Projects

Finsbury Leisure Centre Finsbury Leisure Centre

Pollard Thomas Edwards

Blue Current DC Blue Current DC

CallisonRTKL

Clover House Clover House

MAD Architects

House MM House MM

OHLAB

52 Cubic 52 Cubic

JOSEP + Atelier Haumer

Utsikten Viewpoint Utsikten Viewpoint

Code Arkitektur

House P House P

Gangoly & Kristiner

K-House K-House

Office OU

H3 House H3 House

Luciano Kruk

Beus Center for Law and Society Beus Center for Law and Society

Ennead Architects, Jones Studio

Linear Cabin Linear Cabin

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Cloud Pavilion Cloud Pavilion

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

The Grove at Grand Bay The Grove at Grand Bay

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

Tamalpais Residence Tamalpais Residence

Zack | De Vito Architecture

The Innovation Curve The Innovation Curve

Form4 Architecture

York Theatre Royal York Theatre Royal

De Matos Ryan

One Family Under a Wireless Roof One Family Under a Wireless Roof

HARA Design Institute

MGM National Harbor MGM National Harbor

HKS Architects, SmithGroup JJR

Tanada Terrace Office Tanada Terrace Office

Atelier Bow-Wow

Grand Third Living Room Grand Third Living Room

Kengo Kuma & Associates

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