On the Boards
The 231,000-square-foot project will become one of the world's largest aquariums and feature a metal exoskeleton fabricated by A. Zahner Co.Read More
A bike path along the "Iron Curtain," an Olympics for robots, and more news worth a click this Thursday.Read More
A smart water pitcher and a barcode-scanning oven are among the first appliances to be produced by the crowd-sourced design initiative at the micro-factory in Louisville, Ky.Read More
American firms are increasingly targeting markets in the former Soviet Union. Here are the challenges—and rewards.Read More
2014 R+D Awards
Gideon Fink Shapiro
Patkau Architects creates shelter from sheet metal in one elegant move.Read More
How do the towers of today compare to the skyscrapers of the past?Read More
Ned Cramer, Assoc. AIA
The American Institute of Architects is revamping its board, shrinking the roster from about 50 people to no more than 16. And that’s just the beginning.Read More
Duncan will serve a two-year term as the third female president of the Royal Institute of British Architects.Read More
The sale of 11 historic Pennsylvania bridges intended for reuse, updates on the construction of stadiums around the world, and more news for Wednesday.Read More
Wanda Lau, Hallie Busta
The jury picked nine projects, products, and processes as winners in this year's competition.Read More
MAde Studio is applying its data-driven approach to Detroit, revealing ways that the region’s water systems can influence urban planning.
Farrow Partnership Architects created an indoor forest before digital fabrication came of age.
The keys to writing an effective position statement and figuring out what kind of firm you want to be.
Ten progressive projects, each with a holistic approach to design with an eye toward practical realization.
Check out who made the cut this year, and in past years, for the ARCHITECT 50.
Check out data from the AIA's Compensation Report, which has good news for senior designers—and those with architecture degrees. Complete with interactive graphs.
The nine winners of our 2014 R+D Awards, MAde Studio is rebuilding Detroit along the path of its water system, Kennedy & Violich's German Soft House, Karrie Jacobs makes a pilgrimage to Ground Zero, how to write the best positioning statement, back in the (old) U.S.S.R. (for work, this time), an aluminum-mesh ceiling for a Singapore theater, and more ...
Applied research and design outreach.
A new report details the strong connections between design and health.
New AIA design/build resources for a new practice landscape.
Custom Commercial Structures – Quality Post-Frame Construction Solutions
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