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  • Morning Roundup: December 27, 2012

    DesignLab explains how the firm approached the renovation of a Paul Rudolph project, Toronto and Los Angeles newspapers talk about the year in architecture that was, plus architecture news from all around.

  • Morning Roundup: December 26, 2012

    Architecture gags past and present on "The Simpsons," a new church for Chicago's historic Michigan Avenue by Gensler, plus other architecture news from all around.

  • Morning Roundup: December 21, 2012

    Architecture gags past and present on "The Simpsons," a new church for Chicago's historic Michigan Avenue by Gensler, plus other architecture news from all around.

  • Emergency Disaster Housing Designs for New York City Before and After Sandy

    New York City officials sought post-disaster housing solutions long before Sandy struck. If the city can make a prototype stick this time, it could be a solution used all over the country.

  • Emergency Disaster Housing Designs for New York City Before and After Sandy

    New York City officials sought post-disaster housing solutions long before Sandy struck. If the city can make a prototype stick this time, it could be a solution used all over the country.

  • Marianne McKenna Named an Officer of the Order of Canada

    Marianne McKenna, founding partner of Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg, was invested as an Officer of the Order of Canada, one of the nation's highest honors.

  • Morning Roundup: December 20, 2012

    Architecture gags past and present on "The Simpsons," a new church for Chicago's historic Michigan Avenue by Gensler, plus other architecture news from all around.

  • Morning Roundup: December 19, 2012

    Bjarke Ingels is architecture's chief bro, Zaha Hadid gives a holiday gift to Michigan State University, and more architecture news from all around.

  • Do Housing Starts Reveal a Jobless Recovery?

    How is the country losing construction jobs while housing starts are rising? Increased productivity on construction sites, economies of scale in multifamily-housing construction, and the surveys themselves may all be to blame.

  • Morning Roundup: December 18, 2012

    The Association for Robots in Architecture, which is hosting a robot architecture conference in Vienna today, is not facilitating a robot uprising—yet. In Midtown, a different kind of uprising is taking place: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is planning a skyscraper taller than the Empire...