Technology When Architecture, Art, and Biology Collide A recent symposium at the University of Minnesota explored the convergence of these three fields and the... read more
Roofing The Lattice Roof of Crossrail Place at Canary Wharf Foster + Partners' futuristic barrel vault made of glulam timber and ETFE panels tops an active transportation and retail hub in east London. read more
Design Intel Metl-Span’s Variety Satisfies Design Needs of New York Ice Rink Six insulated metal panel profiles in various colors brighten project read more
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Books Ryann Ford's Midcentury Pit Stop Preservation The photographer's fascination with rest stops designed and built during mid-20th-century... read more
Competitions AIA Kicks Off Second Look Up Film Challenge The contest calls for short pieces about the impact of architecture. read more
Entertainment Projects MoMa PS1 Announces Line Up for Warm Up 2016 The 19th annual event will host a variety of performances in the PS1 courtyard in New York. read more
Preservation Hanley Wood and North Carolina Modernist Houses Announce Digital Archive Project The collaboration will establish the largest digital resource... read more
Design Intel From Rustic to Refined: Transforming Space with Stone Stone has long been a foundation of architecture and design. read more
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Exhibitions Roots of Blobism: Three New York Exhibitions Three current exhibitions at New York museums explore the roots of non-rectilinear form through fashion, textile, and architecture. read more
Leadership The AIA Announces Carl Elefante as 2018 President The Institute also named a new secretary and at-large director during its annual meeting, held in Philadelphia last week. read more
Design From the Dairy Barn to the Sports Palace HVLS Fans Continue to Reshape Facility Management Best Practices read more
Urban Design The Bargain That Revived Bell Labs Eero Saarinen's landmark facility in New Jersey is being redeveloped as a New Urbanist hub, but with one significant twist. read more
Awards Now You Too Can Own an AIA Gold Medal ... Coin The American Institute of Architects is teaming up with the U.S. Mint to put one half of the AIA Gold Medal on a new palladium collector coin. read more
Design Intel Where’s The Code Consistency For Fire Protection Of Floors? Only half of the states in U.S. have enacted the 2012 or 2015 versions of the... read more
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Technology This Week in Tech: MIT Researchers 3D Print Cilia for Better Interactive Displays Plus, robots bound for the jobsite, inside Arup's SoundLab, and more of this week's design-tech news from around the Internet. read more
Adaptive Reuse Public Consumption Philly’s best eats can be found in a restored train terminal. read more
Education The Harvard Graduate School of Design Announces its 2017 Loeb Fellows The nine professionals selected this year address politics within... read more
Education Can Architects Save Former Arizona Boomtowns? A series of design studios at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture focuses on Globe and... read more
Competitions Anna Puigjaner Wins 2016 Harvard GSD Wheelwright Prize The $100,000 travel grant will fund research on Puigjaner's "Kitchenless City" proposal. read more
Architecture Sites to See in Philadelphia for #AIACon16 If you have a some spare time while at the AIA Convention this week, go out and see some of these... read more
Licensing and Certification NCARB Announces Lower Fees for Certificate, AXP, and ARE The combination of reduced rates and streamlined programming aims to cut costs and help emerging practitioners pursue licensure. read more
Licensing and Certification The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015 Plus, NCARB reports that last year also saw the most individuals ever preparing for licensure. read more
Urban Design It’s My Town, but You’re Welcome to Visit What to appreciate in Philadelphia. read more
Architects ArchitectChats: Episode 5 with Frank Gehry on Practice and the Profession We caught up with the Pritzker laureate to get his thoughts on architectural practice today and advice for the next generation of architects. read more
Products Seven Brass Lighting Products from ICFF 2016 These versatile metallic fixtures, that were showcased at this year's fair in New York, give off warm glows. read more
Events Convention Countdown: 12 Things to See and Do in Philadelphia Plans for #AIACon16 still TBD? We have you covered. read more
Cultural Projects Twenty-Five Year Award: Monterey Bay Aquarium The beloved attraction, designed by EHDD, is an understated landmark of biomimetic systems and resilient construction. read more
Urban Design Philadelphia, Almost Louis Kahn’s idea for a carless city. read more


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