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    The design and fabrication studio, which fuses art, architecture, and industrial design, shows us its new home.

  • A Difficult Character

    When a leadership consultant reviewed the Myers-Briggs tests of 100 architects, he discovered there really is an “architect type.”

  • Design Camp

    Few high schoolers receive architecture lessons, so how can they know what studying for a B.Arch. is really like? To get an idea, they can attend one of the summer design programs held at a number of U.S. universities. We profile three.

  • Award: R-House

    Designed by two New York architecture firms, the compact R-House offers a prototype for low-energy housing that’s also affordable and adaptable.

  • Citation: Community Rowing Boathouse

    When the only public-access rowing club on the Charles River required a new facility, Anmahian Winton Architects saw a chance to update the vocabulary of local rowing structures.

  • Everyone's an Architect

    Software architects, enterprise architects, information architects: Can title creep be stopped?

  • Architect 50 methodology

    The methodology behind determining the rankings for the second-annual Architect 50.

  • Emerging Market: Architecture Jobs in Brazil

    Architecture jobs in Brazil could be increasing, as the fast-growing country holds opportunities for U.S. architects beyond the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics.

  • The 2nd Annual Architect 50

    2009 was a tough year for U.S. firms, but we found out who leads the pack in terms of profitability, design, and commitment to green.

  • Schools that Excel in Practice (including Work-Study)