Architecture CTBUH Releases A New Study of World's Highest Observation Decks The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat use their research study to create infographics of the world's highest observation decks. read more
Solar Power Postcard from the 2015 Solar Decathlon The 2015 U.S Department of Energy Solar Decathlon has begun in Orange County, with 14 homes that respond to extreme climatic conditions. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: An Update to Michael Graves’ Iconic Kettle for Alessi We round up the latest in architectural materials and technology news from the Web. read more
Architecture News Roundup October 9, 2015: The coolest 3D-printed design pavilions, the dean of Chicago architecture endorses the Biennial, Apple's newest... read more
Technology A Few of Our Favorite 3D-Printed Pavilions It’s design-show season and experimental structures abound. These four recent projects owe their incredible forms to additive manufacturing. read more
Design Tigerman's Take on the Chicago Architecture Biennial The godfather of Chicago architects reacts to the city's big event. read more
Office Projects New Renderings Hint at Apple's Rumored Campus After the tech giant closed an 18-acre land deal for the site, HOK released renderings for a... read more
Design Intel Porsche Design Tower Sets a New Standard of Cool To meet code and enable residents to view their cars from their living rooms, Sieger Suarez... read more
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Exhibitions The Cooper Union Shows Sketches from Leading Contemporary Architects "Drawing Ambience" will display the formative illustrations of Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, and Rem Koolhaas, among others. read more
Products Five Furnishings Giving Used Materials a Second Life Banknotes, bottles, glass, concrete, and more are re-purposed in seating, surfaces, and luminaires. read more
Exhibitions Shelter Exhibition at Los Angeles' Architecture and Design Museum Columnist Aaron Betsky visits the Shelter exhibition at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles. read more
Design MPavilion 2015 Opens Today in Melbourne, Australia London-based studio AL_A designed a temporary pavilion for the annual architecture commission and design event. read more
Exhibitions Making Place: The Architecture of David Adjaye Zach Mortice reviews the David Adjaye retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago during the Chicago Architecture Biennial. read more
Competitions AIA Announces Look Up Film Challenge Winners at Chicago Biennial As part of the Institute's "iLookup" public awareness campaign, the... read more
Business Architecture Adds 500 Jobs in August The latest figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show slight job growth in architecture and... read more
Competitions The 2015 Onions and Orchids Awards Name San Diego’s Best and Worst Architecture Residents nominated projects that they consider either a boon or a blemish in the annual competition. read more
Technology This Week in Tech: Building Blocks That Think for Themselves New research in shape-shifting structures. Plus, robots struggle with flat-packed... read more
Business U.S. Economy Adds 142,000 Jobs in September Architectural and engineering services lost 200 jobs, manufacturing lost 9,000 jobs, and construction added 8,000 jobs. read more
Students AIA Maryland Honors Student Projects in Annual Design Awards Program In its ninth consecutive year, 12 architecture students and student teams were given prizes for their achievements. read more
Award Winners AIA Maryland Announces 2015 Design Awards The Mid-Atlantic state's architectural chapter doled out 22 awards to professional firms, applauding... read more
Products Q+A: Anne Nicklin, Executive Director of the Building Materials Reuse Association, on Material Salvage Sustainable municipal policies regarding material disposal and conservation are bolstering the market for reclaimed materials in the U.S. read more
Legislation AIA Disputes House Committee’s Vote to Scrap 2030 Fossil-Fuel Reduction Goals The energy bill repeals the federal government's 2030 targets. read more
Products Throwback Thursday: Looking Back at the Rise of Metal in Construction These historical journals trace the coming of age of cast-iron, aluminum, and structural steel. read more
Economic Conditions Boom or Bust? Seeking a steady path. read more
Education Q+A: Deborah Berke, the Future Dean of the Yale School of Architecture We caught up with the New York architect following the job announcement on Friday. read more
Arts and Culture Famous Movie Directors Imagined as Buildings Italian artist Federico Babina launched an animated website that combines the aesthetics of directors into built structures. read more
Technology The Living Builds a Breathing Façade for the Chicago Architecture Biennial "Amphibious Envelope," part of the event's Outside Design show,... read more
Technology Crowdfunding is Bringing Environmental Design to Life Designers are taking a digital, grassroots approach to finance their sustainable-minded projects. read more


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