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    The consolidation of architecture firms continues with the announcement that Edmonton, Alberta–based Stantec will acquire San Francisco–based Anshen + Allen, a leading healthcare design firm with 200 employees in four locations in the U.S. and the U.K.

  • Award: Green-Zip Tape

    It’s hard to get simpler in conception and execution than Green-Zip Tape, a substitute for the joint-compound tape that's been used between gypsum board panels since the 1930s.

  • Citation: HelioTrace Façade System

    SOM combines kinetic shades, the building envelope, and internal mechanicals into an adaptive façade that minimizes energy use while maximizing user comfort.

  • The Career Reboot

    Starting a company is one thing. Making it successful takes the right combination of timing, industry savvy, and business connections.

  • AIA in the Hunt for a New Executive Vice President/CEO

    ARCHITECT spoke with AIA president George Miller about the institute's search for a new chief executive.

  • Architect Günter Behnisch Dies At 88

    The architect of Munich's 1972 Olympic Stadium, Günter Behnisch, died July 12 in Stuttgart, Germany.

  • Don't Forget: Architecture Is a Service Industry

    If you offer thoughtful service in addition to good design, not only will customers return for more, they'll be your firm's best advocates, too.

  • Architect Stephen Kanner Dies at 54

    Architect Stephen H. Kanner, principal of Los Angeles-based Kanner Architects and founder and president of the city's Architecture + Design Museum, died of pancreatic cancer on July 2.

  • Former MIT Architecture Dean William Mitchell Dies at 65

    William J. Mitchell, longtime dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning and generally known as "Bill," died on June 11.

  • Architecture Critic David Dillon Dies at 68

    Dillon, who wrote for "The Dallas Morning News" for a quarter-century, died of a heart attack on June 3 in Amherst, Mass.