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All Grown up and Nowhere to Go
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All Grown up and Nowhere to Go

Millennials are finally entering the housing market. Unfortunately, inventory is... Read more

The Hand That Wrecks the Cradle
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The Hand That Wrecks the Cradle

ISIS and other radical groups in the Middle East are devastating the region's... Read more

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Oh, the Humanity: Recovering From a Nonprofit's Demise Oh, the Humanity: Recovering From a Nonprofit's Demise

The bankruptcy of Architecture for Humanity has been demoralizing for many architects and advocates of public-interest architecture. But the profession must carry on. Read more

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A Renewed Purpose for ARCHITECT in Print A Renewed Purpose for ARCHITECT in Print

The official print publication of the American Institute of Architects gets a new lease on life, in a digital age. Read more

Dear Santa: A Wish List for Architecture
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Dear Santa: A Wish List for Architecture

Editor-in-chief Ned Cramer takes you through the things that he's hoping the... Read more

Transportation: The Little Engine That Might
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Transportation: The Little Engine That Might

Years after three states noisily rejected billions of dollars in federal funds for... Read more

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Monuments: An Eisenhower Impasse Monuments: An Eisenhower Impasse

Nobody seems to like Frank Gehry's design for Ike's memorial on the National Mall. Where's the disconnect? Read more

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Urbanism: Must Geography Be Destiny? Urbanism: Must Geography Be Destiny?

In my hometown of St. Louis, segregation remains a tragic fact of life, thanks in part to its racially and economically divisive patchwork of 115 local governments. Read more

Embassy Design: Chocolate and Peanut Butter
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Embassy Design: Chocolate and Peanut Butter

Congress is questioning the State Department’s Excellence in Diplomatic Facilities... Read more

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The New AIA: Not Your Father's Institute

The American Institute of Architects is revamping its board, shrinking the roster from about 50 people to no more than 16. And that’s just the beginning. Read more

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