The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that construction added 29,000 jobs, manufacturing added 8,000 jobs, and architectural and engineering services added 4,900 jobs last month.
A vote to save Paul Rudolph's Orange County Goverment Center in Goshen, N.Y., was unsuccessful. Architectural photographer Matthew Carbone shot the Brutalist structure last week.Read More
The French architect says the Paris concert hall does not resemble his original design, and has applied for a court order for all references of his name and image to be removed from twenty-six areas of the site.Read More
The deadline for legislators to override a veto and save Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center from demolition, and more news for Thursday.Read More
A photo series by New York photographer Richard Silver captures changing light on landmarks around the world, depicting the sunset to sunrise in one frame.Read More
Architects considering product design have long looked to hardware as a starting point. These knobs and levers employ the formal and material signatures of their creators’ work.Read More
Founder David Benjamin gives a behind-the-scenes look at the design and execution of the immersive Black Lake experience, which is part of the music artist’s upcoming retrospective at MoMA.Read More
The 215,000-square-foot Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building is the first project that Mecanoo Architecten has completed in the United States. The Dutch firm worked with Watertown, Mass.–based Sasaki Associates on remaking three historic buildings in Dudley Square.Read More
The Walker Art Center launched a new website on Tuesday championing examples of Minnesota design, ranging from graphics to branding to architecture.Read More
Columnist Aaron Betsky writes about his appointment as dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West.Read More
A “Magic City” landmark is remembered through archival drawings, photographs, and postcards.Read More
Payroll company ADP and Moody's Analytics report that the United States economy added 212,000 jobs last month. Construction added 31,000 jobs, manufacturing added 3,000 jobs, and professional and business services added 34,000 jobs.Read More
Designed by Perkins Eastman and Moody Nolan, the building received the highest number of points for a school certified under USGBC's LEED for Schools–New Construction system.Read More
The newly completed train station by the Dutch firm in Delft, located in South Holland, is positioned over a train tunnel taking the place of a viaduct from 1965 that previously divided the city.Read More
Up and Running
In a field as collaborative as architecture, communication within an organization is essential to creating quality design and moving projects forward.Read More
HOK released designs of a St. Louis stadium, political satirist John Oliver highlights the importance of updating America's infrastructure, and more news for your Tuesday.Read More
The ARCHITECT contributor talks about the school's path to autonomy, its fundraising efforts, and the goal of expansion.Read More
The Barcelona-based architects create a modern oasis in a historic neighborhood in Garnollers, Spain.Read More
A house by architect Ralph Anderson is up for sale, Thrillist names the world's most beautiful train stations, and more news to start your week.Read More
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