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  • Minnesota Looks to Fast-Track New Minneapolis Bridge

    As cleanup and investigation of I-35W collapse continue, debate over design and potential memorial begins

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  • Next Architect of the Capitol Could Be Architect in Name Only

    There is a chance that whoever becomes the next Architect of the Capitol won't be an architect at all, though presumably he or she will carry the title.

  • D.C.'s Eastern Market Suffers Major Fire Damage

    For now, the food vendors and others who set up shop inside Washington, D.C.'s famed Eastern Market are on the streets after the beloved 1873 building by Adoph Cluss lost its slate roof and much of its interior in a three-alarm fire on April 30.

  • New Orleans Recovery Plan Released

    City looks to feasible goals, targeted reinvestment to attract private development

  • Jeff Speck Departs NEA for Private Practice

    After nearly four years on the job, National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) director of design Jeff Speck announced in late March he would leave his post to return to private practice as a city planner.

  • Structural Steel

    We take steel beams for granted as the bones of new buildings, but how are they made? ARCHITECT walks you through the process.

  • America's First Cathedral

    John G. Waite Associates restores Baltimore's Basilica of the Assumption according to the intentions of architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe.

  • Now You See It…

    Like many U.S. cities, Washington, D.C., is booming. But capital expansion comes at a price. The city's library system may abandon its Mies-designed headquarters. The site is ripe for redevelopment, and the building's future is unclear.