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Awards Five Projects Selected as Finalists for the 2017 EU Mies Award Every two years, the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe... read more
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Design Is Taiwan's Era of Big Building Projects Over? Following a recent trip, columnist Aaron Betsky reflects on numerous stopped projects in the country. read more
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Licensing and Certification NCARB Announces a Free Certification Path for Designers from Non-Accredited Schools Instead of the participating in the $5,000 Broadly... read more
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Architects Four More Keynote Speakers Added to AIA Conference on Architecture DnA: Design and Architecture's Frances Anderton will moderate the panel, "... read more
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