Technology This Week in Tech: Eagles are Being Trained to Snatch Drones Out of the Sky Plus, fewer regulations for micro drones, working with clients in augmented and... read more
Urban Development Urbanism's Schisms What four cities must tackle next. read more
Architecture News Roundup February 12, 2016: Design Excellence from the Bluegrass State, the National Cathedral teams up with the National Building Museum,... read more
Awards AIA Kentucky Announces 2015 Design Excellence Award Winners Three honor and four merit awards were split between six firms. read more
Preservation The National Building Museum Gets Washington National Cathedral’s Construction and Design Archives The documents include photos, drawings, and correspondence covering more than a century. read more
Business Congratulations, College of Fellows Class of 2016 Today the AIA announced the newest fellows and honorary fellows. read more
Economics Continued Growth in Nonresidential Construction Spending Forecast for 2016 Hotels, offices, manufacturing facilities, and recreation spaces are driving the climb. read more
Installation Bjarke Ingels Group Selected to Design 2016 Serpentine Pavilion This year, the London gallery is adding four tiny house commissions to the program. read more
Architecture Actor Kevin Spacey, Designer Neri Oxman Speaking at AIA Convention 2016 The Institute has announced two of the keynotes scheduled for this year's convention in May. read more
Furniture Recyclable Ikea and the Future of Furniture Ikea's sustainability chief Steve Howard hopes to integrate recycling into his company's industrial food chain. read more
Technology The Architectural Impetus for Decentralized Water Systems The public health crisis in Flint, Mich., should compel architects to explore the implications of alternative, net-zero water delivery systems. read more
Technology 'Ceramic Tectonics' Makes a Case for Customization A recent installation by Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design explored a low-cost, modular fabrication technique using the material. read more
Business Trimble Acquires Building Performance–Analysis Software Provider Sefaira The agreement expands the technology company’s portfolio of design-build-operate solutions. read more
Products Six Tactile Textiles for Interiors A gray and black color palette shows off texture in this roundup of upholstery and wallcoverings. read more
Architects Indian Architect Bijoy Jain to Design the 2016 MPavilion in Melbourne, Australia The third incarnation of the annual installation will be "a symbol of the elemental nature of communal structures." read more
Adaptive Reuse Architects Look Forward and Back at Boston City Hall and Plaza Boston City Hall architect Michael McKinnell and others debated possible... read more
Architects Why Zaha Hadid's Gold Medal Matters Joseph Giovannini reports from the medal ceremony about the significance of the award read more
Sports Projects Game Time for Levi's Stadium The Santa Clara, Calif., stadium designed by HNTB hosts its first Super Bowl—and the architecture team will be there to watch. read more
Awards AIA DC Announces Its 2015 Chapter Design Awards Winners The District of Columbia chapter gave out 10 excellence awards to projects for their design ingenuity. read more
Business Architecture Hiring Steadies in December 2015 Engineering and drafting, along with landscape architectural services, are back in positive... read more
Sports Projects The Rams’ Inglewood Stadium Could Be a Game Changer in Planning The project's ambitious design has propelled the return of professional... read more
Economics U.S. Adds 151,000 Jobs in January This month's report missed analyst expectations, departing from strong growth in the fourth quarter of 2015.... read more
Technology This Week in Tech: A Bio-Inspired Pavilion for the Victoria and Albert Museum Plus, stadiums' tech takeover, supporting the Kingdom Tower,... read more
Net-Zero Energy Net-Zero Enthusiasm The net-zero building belongs in the pantheon of top contemporary innovations. So where's the popular appreciation—and demand? read more
Competitions Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects and Gottlieb Paludan Architects to Design Shenzhen East Waste-to-Energy Plant The new plant will be the largest of its kind. read more
Residential Construction The 'Tiny Houses' of the 20th Century These economical residences sought to make home—and vacation property—ownership possible for a new and growing middle class. read more
Design Architects David Adjaye, Jeanne Gang, and Craig Hartman Headed to the American Academy in Rome The three architects are among the newest class of residents. read more
Awards Nine Projects Win Top Honors at the 2016 WoodWorks Wood Design Awards The competition celebrates the use of wood in structural and finish applications in commercial and multifamily buildings. read more


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