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  • AIA Names Nine for 2010 Young Architects Award

    The AIA has announced the recipients of the 2010 Young Architects Award, given to those who have been licensed for 10 years or fewer and have made significant contributions to the profession early in their careers.

  • Past Progressives: Providence Train Station, SOM

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  • New Practice/Un-Practice

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  • 2009 R+D Awards

    Introducing the third annual ARCHITECT magazine R+D Awards.

  • Harboe Architects Preserve More Than Facades and Interiors

    For Chicago architect Gunny Harboe, the preservation and restoration of buildings is about much more than just aesthetics or materials. It's also about culture.

  • The Academic Shuffle

    Leadership moves at four U.S. schools of architecture and design.

  • Providence, R.I.

    Providence is steeped in history, but a state budget deficit scrapped the historic tax credit, putting preservation-minded developers in a bind.

  • MIT Digital Media Guru Maeda Tapped to Lead RISD

    When the Rhode Island School Of Design (RISD) announced in December that John Maeda, guru of technology and design at MIT, would be its 16th president, there was reason to anticipate an infusion of geek consciousness at the 130-year-old fine arts school.