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  • Morning News Roundup: Feb. 24, 2015

    A video look into architect Daniel Libeskind's Manhattan residence, AIA chief economist Kermit Baker discusses home remodeling trends, and more news for your Tuesday.

  • RRI Points to Speedup in Remodeling Activity in 2015

    Every metropolitan statistical area in the United States can look forward to increasing remodeling activity this year, with growth averaging 4% and the nation as a whole set to reach an unprecedented level of activity by the third quarter. Those are the economic signals emanating today from the...

  • Morning News Roundup: Oct. 27, 2014

    The Picasso museum opens after five years of renovations, illegal construction projects harm Native American burial sites, and more news to start your week.

  • Architects Rally with Boston

    After two bombs were detonated at the finish line of last year’s Boston Marathon, a group of New England architects, suppliers, and manufacturers are teaming up to make the victims’ homes accessible.

  • A 1960s box in San Francisco receives a green makeover

    Terry & Terry Architecture remodels a nondescript 1960s house into a handsome—and sustainable—urban residence.

  • Old School, New School: Yale University

    Gwathmey Siegel renovates and expands Paul Rudolph's legendary, controversial A&A building.

  • As Kahn Intended

    After a major renovation, the Yale University Art Gallery finally looks and functions the way its architect, Louis Kahn, wanted.