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  • Julia Morgan Posthumously Awarded the AIA 2014 Gold Medal

    More than a half century after her death, Morgan becomes the first woman architect to win the honor. Karrie Jacobs reports on the historic announcement.

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    The Dante Ferretti exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City captures the changing art of movie-set design.

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    Interface Studio Architects in Philadelphia is building on the legacy of its 100K House with new projects that are transforming urban-house design.

  • Coastal Resurgence

    With a resilient focus, John and Allison Anderson helped Mississippi towns rebuild post-Katrina.

  • Inside Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

    Tod Williams and Billie Tsien have built their Architecture Firm Award-winning practice not on a signature style, but on signature values.

  • The Art of Business

    Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg founded their firm SO-IL to be streamlined and selective. As Karrie Jacobs discovers, it's a strategy that has the firm on the verge of landing big-budget projects.

  • Should Architects Design Prisons?

    Raphael Sperry wants to ban architects from designing death chambers and solitary confinement cells. Karrie Jacobs covers whether the architect's campaign can help create a more humane prison system.