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    Two Arquitectonica-designed residential buildings along Biscayne Bay, the Babylon and the Atlantis, have suffered from the overcrowding that accompanied Miami’s housing boom.

  • Brave New Codes

    Promoted by New Urbanists, form-based codes are gaining in popularity around the country. What do they mean for architects?

  • TGP Pilkington Profilit Hurricane Daylighting Glass

    TGP's Pilkington Profilit Hurricane impact channel glass accommodates daylighting designs in hurrican regions.

  • Miami Art Museum Reveals Herzog & de Meuron Design, Loses Director Riley

    On Oct. 21, the Miami Art Museum revealed the design for its new home. Within days, there was more news about the institution: director Terence Riley was stepping down.

  • USF Polytechnic Taps Calatrava

    The University of South Florida Polytechnic has commissioned Santiago Calatrava to design the first structure for its new campus in Lakeland, Fla., and to update the campus master plan.

  • Studio: University of Miami

    On a perfect October day on the palm-studded University of Miami campus, Jaime Correa's students can be found deep inside a Bauhaus-by-way-of-South Florida 1940s studio block, trawling Google Earth for promising sites for a zero-energy town—the eventual o

  • Lighting: Melting the Frost

    HOK's Yann Weymouth brings daylighting to a space normally preferred dark.

  • Builders' Show

    The population of Orlando, Fla., nearly doubled Feb. 7–10, when more than 103,000 building industry professionals arrived at the Orange County Convention Center to attend the 63rd annual International Builders' Show. The premiere stage for showcasing new residential product launches, the annual...

  • A Skyscraper for Southern Florida?

    Three distinct building proposals are in the running for the last undeveloped land in downtown West Palm Beach, Fla.

  • Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Sarasota, Fla.

    Arquitectonica takes a fresh approach to new headquarters for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.