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    When a tornado devastated the seamier side of Nashville, AIA helped the town redefine its future.

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    Archimania likes to start new projects with a "visioning charrette." But these sessions aren't about architecture. They're about knowledge—and trust.

  • ACSA Announces 2009–10 Architectural Education Award Winners

    The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture has announced the 2009–10 winners of its annual awards for architectural education, which are given to college and university faculty for teaching, design, and research.

  • Architecture Viewfinder

    Michael Kaplan reclaims Fisher-Price's Viewfinder to show off Ralph Erskine's buildings.

  • HOK Sport Is a Free Agent

    The board of HOK Group and the managers of HOK Sport Venue Event, which has been a part of HOK for a quarter century and a wholly owned subsidiary since 2000, have agreed to a transfer of ownership, allowing HOK Sport to become an independent firm.

  • Field Operations Chosen to Shape Memphis Park

    Plans for 4,500-acre Shelby Farms include 12 landscapes, 1 million new trees

  • Stone's Pursuit of Sustainability

    The Natural Stone Council Committee on Sustainability is charged with identifying the implementing the best practices for sustainable manufacturing and quarrying of products branded with the Council's "Genuine Stone" mark.


    Urso Chappell was 15 when he visited his first world's fair. Held in Knoxville, Tenn., Expo '82 wasn't perfect: Its theme, “Energy Turns the World,” was a carryover from the cost-of-oil–conscious '70s, and attendance was low, historically speaking. But wi

  • U. Memphis to Offer Master of Architecture Degree

    Students at the University of Memphis no longer need to leave the school to seek a master's degree in architecture.

  • Classical Made New

    David Schwarz's Schermerhorn hall builds on Nashville's civic legacy.