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  • University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Allied Works Architecture, New York and Portland, Ore.

  • AIA Announces 2011 Institute Honor Awards

    The AIA has named the winners of the 2011 Institute Honor Awards for architecture, interior architecture, and urban and regional design, and the Twenty-Five Year Award winner.

  • Continuing Education: Terra-Cotta Rainscreens

    Terra-cotta rainscreen systems present designers with a broad palette of cost-effective possibilities.

  • Publication: "Evil People in Modernist Homes in Popular Films"

    Yale graphic design student Benjamin Critton considers a curious aspect of cinematic history.

  • Award: Digital Steam-Bending

    A University of Michigan research group has revisited the 19th century technique of bending wood through steam with 21st century tools.

  • Award: Shadow Pavilion

    The surface of PLY Architecture's Shadow Pavilion consists of 100-plus laser-cut cones that test the limits of sheet aluminum while funneling in light, moisture, and sound.

  • At Play in the Product Sandbox

    Manufacturers and researchers aren't the only ones capable of developing new products and construction materials. Architects, too, are conducting their own R&D efforts.

  • Traverwood Branch Library

    Inform Studio incorporated the fallen ash trees killed by the invasive emerald ash borer beetle into its sustainable design for this library branch in Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Weekly Federal Update: March 2-9, 2009

    In a sour economy, the Obama administration's focus on urban and national transportation solutions could be a boon to architects and planners, says development guru Christopher Leinberger.

  • 54th Annual P/A Awards

    Every year, five respected members of the design community sit down in a room for two days to determine the current meaning of the words “progressive architecture” and select projects that fit their definition.