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  • A Goodwill Pop-Up Rethinks Retail Thrifting

    A Goodwill pop-up designed by Gensler is doing the unthinkable: making thrifty retail profitable in downtown Washington, D.C., where commercial rents soar.

  • Morning Roundup: December 13, 2012

    Bing Thom celebrates his birthday by winning his dream commission (an opera house), shortlisted firms for M+ in Hong Kong announced, and Sarah Williams Goldhagen doubts Oscar Niemeyer's legacy is everything that everyone says it is.

  • AIA Names 2013 Topaz Medallion and Edward C. Kemper Award Winners

    Robert Greenstreet, Intl. Assoc. AIA, is the 2013 Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education winner, while John D. Anderson, FAIA, has won the Edward C. Kemper Award for Service to the Profession.

  • Morning Roundup: December 12, 2012

    The Tijuana architect arrested for smuggling cocaine over the U.S. border receives a light sentence, the Louvre Lens Museum opens in France, and The Atlantic looks at a new way of recording buildings in time and space.

  • Postcard From Miami: Design Roundup

    While European design dominated at Design Miami, there was no suppressing American design—neither at the design fair itself nor in other Miami venues where contemporary art could be seen.

  • Architect Presents: Gifts For Environmentalists

    Architect's advice for buying presents for the environmentalist design fan: Minimalist gifts don't have to be minimally fun or maximally expensive.

  • Architect Presents: Gifts For Environmentalists

    Architect's advice for buying presents for the environmentalist design fan: Minimalist gifts don't have to be minimally fun or maximally expensive.

  • Morning Roundup: December 11, 2012

    Populous will design another World Cup 2018 stadium for Russia, a Tijuana architect gets sentenced for smuggling cocaine (!), and a sci-fi brand remembers Oscar Niemeyer, plus architecture news from Virginia, Germany, and beyond.

  • Architect Presents: Gifts For Minimalists

    Architect's advice for buying presents for the minimalist design fan: Minimalist gifts don't have to be minimally fun or maximally expensive.

  • Norman Foster Remembers Oscar Niemeyer

    Norman Foster, Hon. FAIA, describes his impressions of Oscar Niemeyer after a visit to Brasília and Rio—and after a lifetime of thinking about the Brazilian master's work.