Lighting Design Technicolor Architecture Columnist Aaron Betsky celebrates the recent Supreme Court decision with a reflection on projections of rainbows onto architecture. read more
Metal Detail: The Miles Stairs, Somerset House Eva Jiricna Architects designs a contemporary staircase to complement the neoclassical landmark in London. read more
Leadership Rick Fedrizzi Will Step Down as USGBC’s CEO at the End of 2016 A co-founder of the organization, Fedrizzi has served as its CEO since 2003. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: June 29, 2015 California modernist architect Donald Wexler died at 89, the Millennium Yacht Design Award winner features... read more
Architecture Zaha Hadid Retrospective Opens at Russia’s State Hermitage Museum The exhibition will display the London-based architect’s works from all over... read more
Cultural Projects Why the Whitney Museum Signals a New Turn For Renzo Piano Joseph Giovannini on how the architect responded to the Chelsea site and helped redefine the museum's character read more
Design Architect Chats: Pavilions Join ARCHITECT on Tuesday, June 30, for a virtual discussion on designing temporary structures. read more
Legislation National Design Services Act Reintroduced in Congress The bipartisan legislation would assist architects with student loans in exchange for community service. read more
Legal Issues Discern, Disclose, Disengage Encountering and contending with conflicts of interest. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: 3D Modeling Singapore The city-state is getting a digital double. Plus, IBM is watching the weather and a DIY geodesic dome for your backyard. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: June 26, 2015 Andrés Jaque speaks about his MoMA PS1 installation, the Getty Foundation announces new conservation grant recipients, and more. read more
Installation Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2015 by SelgasCano Opens This year's structure is the most colorful one yet. read more
Design Robert Venturi Turns 90 Some words to live by, from one the greatest architectural minds of the era. read more
Products Breaking Down an LED Luminaire New products entering the commercial lighting market predominantly use solid-state lighting. Here are the... read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: June 25, 2015 The proposed San Francisco tower by Jeanne Gang faces criticism, a new film explores the influence of... read more
Leadership NCARB Announces New Leadership and Award Recipients Dennis Ward was inaugurated as president and Kristine Harding was elected first vice president/president-elect. read more
Arts and Culture Ai Weiwei Splits History in First Solo Show in China China's most famous artist rebuilds a Ming Dynasty temple across two galleries in Beijing. read more
Products Green Materials: Six Sustainable Coverings from NeoCon 2015 Carpet tiles, upholstery, and wall coverings from the annual contract interiors event. read more
Books The Enduring Legacy of Paimio Witold Rybczynski finds lessons for modern healthcare design in Aalto's landmark sanatorium in Finland. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: June 24, 2015 The obituaries of Hans Kahn and Van Dorn Hooker Jr., the 10-year renovation of the Museum of the City of... read more
Business May Architecture Billings Index Reports Increased Demand for Design Services In a year that has seen the architecture industry slip in and out... read more
Products Outfitting the Office of the Future The workplace is becoming a new kind of destination—one where you can actually get work done. read more
Design Andrés Jaque’s COSMO Opens at MoMA PS1 The long awaited installation, chosen in February, will open tonight to kick off “Warm Up,” the... read more
Licensing and Certification NCARB Overhauls Certification Process for Foreign Architects The new requirements alleviate some of the financial and administrative obstacles... read more
Detail Innovative Detail: Private Grotto Sauna Toronto-based Partisans uses digital scanning and modeling technology to craft a private sauna in the Ontario wilderness. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: June 23, 2015 Oliver Wainwright reviews this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, the 1957 Hunt House in Malibu, Calif.,... read more
Competitions Moreau Kusunoki Architectes Wins the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition Besting a field of 1,715 submissions, Moreau Kusunoki Architectes... read more
Competitions See all 15 Honorable Mentions for the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition Out of the 1,715 submissions, 15 were awarded Honorable Mentions in the open, international architecture competition. read more


Cardiff Interchange Cardiff Interchange

Foster + Partners

Second HomeSecond Home


Art in the CityArt in the City

Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition, Moreau Kusunoki


Office for Political Innovation

Indefinite HangarIndefinite Hangar

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux

Herzog & de Meuron

8600 Wilshire8600 Wilshire

MAD Architects

Tor di Valle RomaTor di Valle Roma

Studio Libeskind

Garage Museum of Contemporary ArtGarage Museum of Contemporary Art

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

La Casa Supportive Housing ProjectLa Casa Supportive Housing Project

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, LEO A DALY

Principal Riverwalk Hub SpotPrincipal Riverwalk Hub Spot

Substance Architecture

Pleated HousePleated House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Centennial ChromographCentennial Chromograph

Variable Projects

Quonochontaug HouseQuonochontaug House

Bernheimer Architecture

The Lawn on DThe Lawn on D

Sasaki Associates

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