New York–based Biber Architects breaks ground on the USA pavilion for Expo Milano 2015, D.C.'s public library system is seeking proposals for an interim library space, and more news to start your weekend.
Construction, manufacturing, and architecture and engineering all added more jobs in July than in June, despite average growth in the American economy overall.
A Dutch family's road trip across the U.S. reveals that American attractions are embedded in a landscape without a clear focus.
Other options for the Frick Collection, renderings of Zaha Hadid's High Line condos, and more news for Thursday.
Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Group's "Zootopia" plan for the nearly 300-acre park in Givskud, Denmark, involves visitors travelling on foot, boat, bike, and gondola lift.
The jury for the organization’s fourth annual competition picked projects that exemplified innovation and usefulness to the architectural profession.
A water main break flooded the University of California, Los Angeles, the New York Mets are raising money for Philip Johnson's World Fair pavilion, and more news for mid-week.
Employment growth slowed considerably in July, but this month's data is still consistent with a steadily improving job market, says Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi.
Independent designers and studios put a twist on standby materials.
All three of the proposed sites are outside the District of Columbia, where the current headquarters are located.