Senior Editor, Design
The daughter of an architect and a native of San Francisco, Katie enjoys eating Dungeness crab at Christmastime. A degree in art history with a concentration in architectural history from the University of Pennsylvania prepped Katie for a job as assistant editor at Architecture magazine. She joined the ARCHITECTstaff as design editor in 2007. Her cat, Mochi, and associate art director Marcy Ryan’s cat, Scoots Magoo, are siblings. Katie is a classic overachiever, yet she still has not gotten her driver’s license.
The East River Blueway Plan will redevelop a 4-mile stretch along the East River to increase waterfront access and mitigate storm surge, and a $3.5 million pledge from the City will fund wetlands prototyping.Read More
The Architectural League of New York honored eight emerging practitioners with 2013 Emerging Voices awards.
Rosario, Argentina / P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and MSARead More
Renzo Piano's first American project, the 1987 Menil Collection in Houston, won the 2013 AIA 25-Year Award.Read More
Kansas City, Mo. / El DoradoRead More
Halaula, Hawaii / Ruhl Walker ArchitectsRead More
Dallas / Cooper Joseph StudioRead More
Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz. / Debartolo ArchitectsRead More
Minneapolis / HGA Architects and EngineersRead More
Brooklyn, N.Y. / Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Lanscape/UrbanismRead More
With 21 winners across six categories, this year's Annual Design Review provides a snapshot of the current state of the design industry in the United States.Read More
The designer of the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas was once better known for his iconoclasm. No less provocative today, the winner of the 2013 AIA Gold Medal has done some of his best work for the federal government's Design Excellence Program. Read More
Built into a hillside in one of Minneapolis’s most historic cemeteries, this glass-and-granite structure fuses with the landscape in a respectful, yet uncoventional, take on this building type.Read More
Freecell has released new pictures of the award-winning U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.Read More
The London-based architect’s contribution to David Chipperfield’s "Common Ground" exhibition looks at how collective research can inform the larger conversation of design.Read More
Urban-Think Tank also takes home gold, Grafton Architects receives silver, and the U.S. Pavilion and three others are awarded special mentions from the jury.Read More
Though the 13th International Architecture Exhibition doesn’t officially open until Wednesday, "Spontaneous Interventions" opened to the press and other visitors today.Read More
Sustainability-focused Washington, D.C., practice, led by Ken Wilson and Diana Horvat and known for its workplace interiors, becomes a part of Perkins+Will effective today.Read More
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