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  • Bloomberg Businessweek to Host Design Conference

    Bloomberg Businessweek's first-annual design conference, which will feature architects, designers, tech executives, and more, is coming to the deYoung Museum in San Francisco in 2013.

  • Morning Roundup: November 29, 2012

    John King says that the Golden State Warriors should think carefully about their priorities for a new arena by Snøhetta and AECOM, Amphibianarc proposes a twisted dark fantasy, plus architecture news from New Orleans, Austin, Miami, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 28, 2012

    A theater critic reviews a new Studio Gang design, tiny houses arrive in the nation's capital, and a landscape architect speaks out on an architectural rumble in Dallas, plus architecture news from Ohio, Kentucky, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 27, 2012

    Google Maps goes indoors, Toronto loses its bum mayor, and a Minneapolis-based firm updates a classic shed by Venturi and Scott Brown, plus architecture news from Baltimore, San Francisco, and beyond.

  • Portable Pop-Up Architecture

    The style of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí is easily recognizable for its organic forms and whimsical references to nature. What better way to convey this exuberant architecture than with a pop-up book?

  • Morning Roundup: November 26, 2012

    Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates will build a large new tower for Midtown, China taught Zaha Hadid how to love nature, architects are still working to restore the East Coast after Sandy, plus architecture news from Philadelphia, Austin, Los Angeles, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 16, 2012

    Greenbuild 2012 wraps up in San Francisco, the latest James Bond film glimpses an architectural marvel, Paul Goldberger comes out for height limits in D.C., plus architecture news from San Francisco and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 26, 2012

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  • Morning Roundup: November 15, 2012

    Camille Paglia tells artists to be more like architects, President Clinton and Staten Island architects work to save New York, Cleveland gets a coloring book, plus architecture news from Philadelphia, Vatican City, and beyond.

  • Kazuyo Sejima Picks Yang Zhao for Rolex Initiative

    SANAA architect Kazuyo Sejima has picked Chinese architect Yang Zho to be her protégé for the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, the first architecture pairing in creative-collaboration mentorship program.