Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and SHoP Architects recently created new positions to develop in-house content creation.Read More
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There’s nothing worse than losing a competition that you thought your firm would win. Except for failing to find out why.Read More
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Chasing every project may seem wise in a tight economy. But smart firms specialize. ARCHITECT asked leading practitioners and management experts to share their perspectives.Read More
The lack of diversity in architecture isn’t a simple problem, but there are better and worse ways to approach the issue. Architect and Yale University professor Deborah Berke outlines ways forward.Read More
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