Awards Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem, and Ramon Vilalta Win 2017 Pritzker Architecture Prize This is the first time that the prize has been shared three ways. read more
Chemicals Perkins+Will Warns on the Dangers of Antimicrobial Building Products The international design firm has published a white paper on the potential negative effects of antimicrobial treatments to building materials. read more
Design Intel Fire Resistive, Blast-Rated Glass Walls Provide Vision, Transparency and Protection to High-Security Facilities Building designs are influenced by the function it performs and threats it may face. read more
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Installation OMA Selected to Design Melbourne, Australia's 2017 MPavilion The annually renewed structure will be designed by the Dutch firm's founder and... read more
Policy DHS Announces Dates for U.S.–Mexico Borderwall Submissions In early March, designers will have five days to submit plans to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. read more
Hospitality Projects Parkhotel Jordanbad Sauna Village Wall Despite the perpetually damp environment, the buildings utilize wood for their interior and exterior finishes. read more
Codes and Standards Driving Resilient Design, One Edition at a Time In the face of climate change, model codes and standards can be an unlikely vehicle for... read more
Education Michelle Addington Appointed New Dean of UT School of Architecture She will be the first woman nominated to the role in the program's 107-year history. read more
Technology Terreform ONE on Marketing the Urban Farm Pod Now available for personal urban farming, the spherical, "livable cabin" will formally relaunch in 2018. read more
Energy Efficiency The Compromise Between Costly Energy-Saving Features and Utility Savings A report from the NAHB shows that potential home buyers are placing... read more
Outdoor Rooms A Sailboat-Inspired Canopy at St. Matthew’s Parish School Designed by Next Progressive alum Geoffrey von Oeyen Design, the mechanized awning... read more
Exhibitions Yayoi Kusama Removes the Walls From Rooms Six of the artist's "Infinity Mirrored" rooms are displayed in a new touring exhibition that kicks... read more
Products Object of the Moment: Itai Bar-On Tile Collection for Ann Sacks The 3D concrete tiles create curiosity-inducing openings through seemingly peeling concrete and ethereal illumination. read more
Office Projects The Foster + Partners–Designed Apple Campus Will Open in April While construction will continue for several more months, employees will begin moving into Apple Park soon. read more
Architects The Winners of the 2017 AIA Young Architects Awards The American Institute of Architects picked 14 architects for the annual award, which... read more
Awards The Winners of the 2017 AIA Associates Award The Institute recognizes four associate AIA members this year. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Microsoft Data Centers Chill Underwater Plus, Tesla announces plans for more Gigafactories, Toyota takes steps towards... read more
Equity Pursuing Equity 11 steps toward equitable practice. read more
Homeless Housing Architecture Students Design Temporary Shelter for the Homeless Los Angeles–based Homeless Studio has designed a prototype to help reduce the homeless crisis across southern California. read more
Architects Serving the Profession Making a real impact means embracing your skill set. read more
Awards Call for Entries: ARCHITECT's 11th Annual R+D Awards Innovation is one constant in architecture and construction. Show the world how your... read more
Business Architecture Billings Start 2017 With a Contraction After reaching the highest level since 2007 in December, architecture billings post a modest decline in January. read more
Arts and Culture Houston's Museum Boom Can projects by Steven Holl, Michael Maltzan, and Johnston Marklee bring a progressive urbanism to a city that loves the automobile? read more
Architecture Francis Kéré Will Design the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion The Berlin-based designer is the first African to be invited by London's Serpentine Gallery to design its annual summer pavilion. read more
Arts and Culture Luminary Festival to Debut in San Francisco Gallery The one-day event combines art, music, and technology for performances and exhibitions pondering the future of these industries. read more
Policy AIA Releases Statement Regarding Immigration “Beyond the essential considerations of fairness and equity, restrictions targeting specific... read more
Architects CityDeskStudio Ben Awes’ designs emphasize the connection between objects and their environments with a modernist flair. read more
Policy Designers Anxious About the Environment in the Trump Era The building industry hopes that the president's business background will lend some... read more
Research Harvard Announces the Six Winners of the Inaugural Richard Rogers Fellowship The fellows will spend three months conducting research projects at the Rogers-designed Wimbledon House in London. read more
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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Bell-Lloc Winery Bell-Lloc Winery

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