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The Golden Gate Bridge has been getting all the attention recently since it celebrated its 75th anniversary this year. But soon the spotlight may shift to the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge—literally. Read More
Going through the decades, the exhibition looks at the ways technology, law, and consumer culture have affected both the house and the home in America. Read More
Americans from coast to coast celebrate the iconic bridge’s birthday through stories and photographs. Read More
The rumor mills are churning: Will architecture firm Perkins+Will merge with the London-based Pringle Brandon design studio? Read More
A new addition to the state’s list of accepted renewable energy sources may help reduce costs of heating and cooling large buildings. Read More
Phillip Kennicott of 'The Washington Post' reviews Martin Moeller’s latest edition of the AIA Washington, D.C., architecture guidebook. Read More
DJ and animal rights advocate Moby talks about his latest interest: architecture.Read More
The 2013 AIA National Convention & Design Exposition will take place in Denver, Co., from June 20–22. Read More
Nai Publishers and 010 Publishers are combining forces to create a Dutch architecture and design publishing powerhouse.Read More
The American military, known for its ‘Army green’ uniforms, is extending its green tradition by overhauling its bases to be more environmentally friendly. Read More
Architectural critic Blair Kamin is taking a one-year leave from the post he’s held for two decades at the 'Chicago Tribune' to study at Harvard University, where he was selected as the 2013 Arts and Culture Nieman Fellow for Journalism. Read More
The new Wilmington Riverfront certainly spruces up the waterfront, but not all area residents are pleased with the city’s use of public funds to develop the land.Read More
Just south of Ann Arbor, Mich., and close to the University of Michigan, development plans for a small town are slowly brewing. This won’t be your typical American town, though.Read More
In honor of Jason Pettigrew, Assoc. AIA, nine AIA members will receive scholarships to cover the full cost of taking the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). Read More
What would you do if you thought you saw a ghost in your office building? In a newly completed New York City office, that’s the norm.Read More
Amid the heated debate over the new Barnes Foundation building, discussions of how a museum’s design impacts the art housed inside it are timely— and this is exactly what Paul Goldberger takes up in his latest 'Vanity Fair' article.Read More
The people of Philadelphia weigh in on the battle over parking structures in American cities. Read More
‘ECO-STRUCTURE’ magazine is accepting submissions to its Evergreen Awards competition through June 1. Read More
First a brewery, now a cinema, next a shopping center. This is how the story of the Bradford Odeon cinema goes. But influential British artist David Hockney is looking to change that.
Dutch Architects asked to draw up plans for a cycling store spared no space in the design by adding a bicycle track to the venue’s rooftop.Read More
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