Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 29, 2015 An infographic on American residential architecture, a tower that's designed to eat smog, and more news for Wednesday. read more
Design Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Statement on Budget Increase and Cancellation for Tokyo’s New National Stadium The firm cites early appointment of contractors and rising building costs as the cause of the fall of the project. read more
Design Intel Bringing the Beauty of Nature into Interior Spaces As designers look for ways to bring the outdoors in, incorporating scenes of nature in... read more
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Wood Innovative Detail: Pancho Arena Located outside of Budapest, the 3,400-seat stadium by Doparum Architects exemplifies Hungarian organic architecture. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 28, 2015 Suffolk University professor emeritus Harry Bartnick argues for a makeover to preserve Boston City Hall, a... read more
Architecture Boston 2024 is No More If the U.S. wants a shot at hosting the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, it needs to find a new contender fast. read more
Books Q+A: Peter Busby on Architecture's New Edges The managing director of Perkins+Will's San Francisco office discusses his new book and how the... read more
Architecture The Evolving Landscape of Architectural Affordances A 1970s buzzword finds new meaning in architectural parlance. read more
Technology Arachnid Architecture as Human Shelter A spider-inspired ETFE-and-carbon-fiber shell shapes this year’s research pavilion from the University... read more
Research Citation: Co-Robotics and Construction: OSCR 1-4 Prototypes The Rust Belt Robotics Group at the University at Buffalo, SUNY, is developing humanoid robots to assist—but not replace—construction crews. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 27, 2015 A look at the Dallas Cowboys' newest complex, five views of Two World Trade Center, and more. read more
Products Grab a Seat at Japan's Old National Stadium Salvaged seating from the arena that hosted the 1964 Olympics is being re-purposed in a series of minimalist stools, chairs, and benches. read more
Design Shigeru Ban Releases Designs That Reuse Rubble for Nepal Disaster Relief Project The Japanese architect is using bricks from collapsed buildings to construct housing for victims of the deadly earthquake this spring. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Plastic Pavement A green asphalt alternative. Plus: a hotel run by robots, an accordion bridge for disaster zones, and more... read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 24, 2015 Static pods attached to the sides of buildings could provide shelter for London's homeless. Plus, the... read more
Architects Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Announces 2015 Urban Habitat Award Winner The award recognizes buildings that are conscious of the environment they inhabit. read more
Codes and Standards AIA and the International Code Council Announce Five-Year Collaboration The two organizations will work together on code development and knowledge sharing. read more
Products 10 Cool Outdoor Products for Summer Pavers, planters, upholstery, and more round out our picks of exterior furnishings and finishes. read more
Transportation Projects Snøhetta Wins Cable Car Competition in Bolzano, Italy The international firm was selected to revamp the transit system along the historic mountain site. read more
Architects AIA Announces 2015 Healthcare Design Awards The AIA honored eight entries for excellence in healthcare design and research in 2015. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 23, 2015 A steel maze in Belgium, furniture inspired by mid-century houses, and more links for Thursday. read more
Arts and Culture A Video Love Letter to the Pérez Art Museum Miami The new 10-minute film includes stunning drone shots and time-lapses of the museum designed by Herzog & de Meuron. read more
BIM NIBS BuildingSmart Alliance Releases Version 3 of the U.S. National BIM Standard The National Institute of Building Sciences organization publishes its latest effort to coordinate the BIM workflow and communications. read more
Arts and Culture Four Years Later, Ai Weiwei Gets His Passport Back Known for his political activism, the Chinese artist has been barred from leaving his home country since 2011. read more
Green Building The Top 10 Countries for LEED Projects Canada tops the USGBC's list, which omits the U.S.—the birthplace of LEED and by far the world’s... read more
Business June Architecture Billings Index Reaches Highest Score Since 2007 The gains in the latest AIA economic report stem from sustained demand for institutional projects. read more
Wood Award: Bar Raval Through custom toolpaths and real-time trouble-shooting, Partisans realizes a Toronto bar that looks better in real life than on the screen. read more
Architecture Morning News Roundup: July 22, 2015 Construction is wrapping up on the operable skylight at Santiago Calatrava, Bjarke Ingels talks about... read more


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