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Geoffrey von Oeyen Design
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Geoffrey von Oeyen Design

The Los Angeles-based designer merges Modernism with naval architecture. Read more

Snarkitecture
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Snarkitecture

The New York firm of Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham injects humor (and removes... Read more

Brillhart Architecture
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Brillhart Architecture

The Miami-based duo are inspired by the landscape and vernacular conditions of the... Read more

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Adam Nathaniel Furman
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Adam Nathaniel Furman

The winner of the British School in Rome's Rome Prize for Architecture discusses... Read more

ARCHITECT Visits: Eric Owen Moss Architects
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ARCHITECT Visits: Eric Owen Moss Architects

In this segment, we pay a visit to the studio of Eric Owen Moss, FAIA, in Culver... Read more

ARCHITECT Visits: Practice Space
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ARCHITECT Visits: Practice Space

Detroit is a city with plenty of opportunity for development. However, getting a... Read more

Synthesis DNA: The DNA of Digital Craft
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Synthesis DNA: The DNA of Digital Craft

Alvin Huang's multilayered, computer-generated designs are merging applied... Read more

ARCHITECT Visits: Stanley Tigerman & Margaret McCurry
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ARCHITECT Visits: Stanley Tigerman & Margaret McCurry

In this segment we visit the home of Chicago legends Stanley Tigerman, FAIA, and... Read more

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Tod Williams, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects Tod Williams, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Tod WIlliams, FAIA, principal at Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, says that design is the easiest thing about architecture, and organization is the hardest part."What's Next" is an ongoing discussion about the ways technology, the economy, and other factors are transforming architects relationships with their jobs. Each week, different thought leaders in and around the profession will share their insights about the future of the architecture workplace. Read more

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Billie Tsien, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects Billie Tsien, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Billie Tsien, AIA, principal of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, describes one of her favorite spaces, the interior of the Pantheon, and the moving experience she had there that brought tears to her eyes."What's Next" is an ongoing discussion about the ways technology, the economy, and other factors are transforming architects relationships with their jobs. Each week, different thought leaders in and around the profession will share their insights about the future of the architecture workplace. Read more

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Projects

West Pavilion at Nippert Stadium West Pavilion at Nippert Stadium

Architecture Research Office (ARO)

2015 Solar Decathlon: Nest Home 2015 Solar Decathlon: Nest Home

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Artes Amant Artes Amant

SO – IL

Queensland University of Technology Education Precinct Queensland University of Technology Education Precinct

Henning Larsen Architects, Wilson Architects

Blackbird House Blackbird House

Will Bruder Architects

Patterson Mansion Renovation Patterson Mansion Renovation

Hartman-Cox Architects

8150 Sunset Boulevard 8150 Sunset Boulevard

Gehry Partners

2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House 2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House

Stevens Institute of Technology

NIHERST Science City NIHERST Science City

ArquitectonicaGEO

Zartosht Zartosht

Kamvari Architects

Folds Folds

Bureau de Change

CHS Field CHS Field

Snow Kreilich Architects, Inc., AECOM, Ryan Companies

Cultural Corridor Chapultepec Cultural Corridor Chapultepec

FREE Fernando Romero Enterprise, Frente Arquitectura, RVDG Arquitectura + Urbanismo

Heroes' Green Heroes' Green

Counts Studio

The Weight of Sacrifice The Weight of Sacrifice

Joseph Weishaar

Plaza to the Forgotten War Plaza to the Forgotten War

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Smith Residence Smith Residence

Archipelago Hawaii, Mokulua High Performance Builder

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