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Sitting just a stone’s throw away from the White House, there’s nowhere more central in Washington, D.C., than the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s current address. So why move?Read More
The University of Minnesota’s College of Design is looking for someone to spearhead its new public interest design initiative.Read More
A digital archive of architect Marcel Breuer's life's work is now available on Syracuse University's website. Read More
Drawing from some of Shulman’s black-and-white snapshots, artist Amy Park gives the photographer’s works new life in an exhibit at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles. Read More
Up-and-coming architects Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee may have just caught their biggest break yet—the commission to design Houston’s new Menil Drawing Institute. Read More
In the wake of the recent scandal over the U.S. General Services Administration’s spending in Las Vegas, some architects think that putting good design into the public realm just got that much harder.Read More
Post offices, bridges, and a gym all made the 2012 most endangered historic places list. Read More
A new angular, glass canopy offers New Yorkers a fresh architectural destination spot. Read More
Designing a tower is a coveted project for an architect. But there’s another type of tower that needs consideration, too. Read More
Louis Kahn, appreciated as much for his music as for his monolithic building designs, now has his own opera called ‘ARCHITECT: A Chamber Opera.’Read More
AIASF is co-sponsoring a competition for zero net energy building designs. Read More
Cannon Design and Peter Ellis New Cities are joining together in the hopes of expanding their reach in the fields of urban planning and city design practice.Read More
The deadline for entry submission is Aug. 24, 2012. Read More
Architect Christopher Shawn Kelley, AIA, passed away on Saturday May 26 at the age of 39.
Chinese artist and architect Ai Weiwei, still unable to leave his country due to house arrest, wasn’t allowed to attend the launch of his latest work, the 12th Serpentine Pavilion. Read More
Landmark status doesn’t necessarily save a building from the dreaded wrecking ball, Chicago preservationists and then-Mayor Richard J. Daley learned during the fight to save the Garrick Theater Building in the 1960s.Read More
The Kennedy family has announced plans to build a large-scale waterfront complex in Chicago consisting of three towers designed by architect Cesar Pelli.Read More
New York’s One World Trade recently claimed the title of the nation’s tallest tower, and soon the state may be home to America’s tallest residential tower, too. Read More
Nearly $70 million in grants will go towards cleaning up polluted areas across the country and revitalizing financially distressed communities.Read More
From urban crime epicenter to budding tourist destination spot, Michael Kimmelman recounts in ‘The New York Times’ how Colombia’s second largest city came to be what it is today. Read More
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