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  • Studio on Steroids

    The University of Oklahoma architecture school tests a plugged-in classroom prototype.

  • Astroturf, Anyone?

    The National Mall may need fixing, but why is that an excuse to prohibit the Solar Decathlon from being held there?

  • Solar Decathlon Seeking New Location

    The biennial solar-powered home competition is moving from its location on the National Mall—but to where?

  • Design Camp

    Few high schoolers receive architecture lessons, so how can they know what studying for a B.Arch. is really like? To get an idea, they can attend one of the summer design programs held at a number of U.S. universities. We profile three.

  • The G-List

    Lance Hosey surveyed 150 sustainability experts about the best green buildings of the past 30 years. What did he learn?

  • AIA Announces 2010 COTE Award Winners

    The American Institute of Architects and its Committee on the Environment selects this year's top 10 examples of sustainable architecture and design.

  • A Stimulus for Architecture Students

    We need to do something to make sure that the talent found in the current generation of architecture school graduates doesn't go to waste.

  • Shaky Foundation: Why the U.S. Lags Behind in Building Science Research

    Energy efficiency is the next frontier of design and construction, but due to underinvestment and the lack of a national agenda, America isn't leading the way to high performance building.

  • Nonprofit Architectural Organizations Weathering the Recession

    Nonprofits aren't insulated from for-profit problems, especially in a recession like this one.

  • an unsentimental education

    As an undergraduate at Auburn University in 1994, Jonathan Tate, a white suburban kid from Huntsville, Ala., signed up for Rural Studio, where he helped to design one-of-a-kind “charity houses” on a shoestring budget.