UP and Running
Hanging out your shingle with high-minded design goals won’t mean much if you can’t stay in business. These simple suggestions can help you keep your firm financially afloat.Read More
The Science of Design
Designers and researchers discussed brains and buildings at the 2014 meeting of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture.Read More
Lloyd Wright's Samuel-Novarro House hits the market, John King reviews the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal, and more news stories for Monday.Read More
Mind & Matter
Blaine Brownell, AIA
A polyurethane paint infused with the ultra-strong nanomaterial lets both light and radio waves permeate glass coated with the novel finish.Read More
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., packs a lot of design bang for the buck.Read More
AIA Maryland honored 22 projects submitted by local members, and gave three design awards to architectural students.Read More
The installations in the former Bay Area prison open to the public on Saturday.Read More
Aaron Betsky observes the grit of Brutalist affordable housing units being "artwashed" into appealing nouveau-chic condos in London.Read More
Postcard from Italy
Our final day at the international ceramic tile show included a lecture by the 2013 Pritzker laureate. Plus, our top ceramic-emulating-wood product picks.Read More
on the boards
Deane Madsen, Assoc. AIA
The collaborating firms unveiled their design after two years of community engagement following their competition win.Read More
Oakland, Calif.–based Rael San Fratello builds full-scale models out of polymers developed by its materials collaborative, Emerging Objects.
Diamond Schmitt Architects turns a forgettable low-rise building at Thompson Rivers University into a focal point in British Columbia.
Hanging out your shingle with high-minded design goals won’t mean much if you can’t stay in business. These simple suggestions can help you keep your firm financially afloat.
Check out who made the cut this year, and in past years, for the ARCHITECT 50.
The results of the sixth annual ARCHITECT 50 rankings. Where did your firm come in?
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