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  • Morning Roundup: November 13, 2012

    The end of the 90s-era building boom for museums, a political writer adopts "brutalism" to describe the Obama era, Texans debate preservation of the courts and the Union, plus architecture news from New York, Houston, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 8, 2012

    A closer look at the Clemson Architecture Center, more details on Architecture for Humanity's efforts in Sandy-struck New Jersey, and Philly's glass-blocks fever, plus architecture news from Texas, South Carolina, and beyond.

  • AIA Releases Statement on Election

    The AIA, which does not endorse presidential candidates or other politicians, urges winners of the 2012 election to work together to pursue sound budgetary footing for the nation.

  • Morning Roundup: November 7, 2012

    President Barack Obama is re-elected, Curbed finds the most ridiculous architecture hype video on the Internet, Brad Pitt is designing furniture if you haven't heard, plus architecture news from Tokyo, Beijing, Dallas, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 6, 2012

    Election Day arrives, plus architecture news from Brooklyn, Tokyo, the Northeast rail corridor and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 5, 2012

    Behind the scenes and above the fray with Iwan Baan, making do without light at New York's Storefront for Art and Architecture, landscape architecture Sandy postmortem, plus architecture news from Milan, Japan, the European Union, and beyond.

  • Stanley Tigerman on the Prentice Women's Hospital

    Stanley Tigerman, the unofficial alderman of Chicago architecture, pens a letter on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's statement of support for replacing the Prentice Women's Hospital.

  • Photographer Noah Kalina Shoots a Darkened Manhattan Skyline

    ARCHITECT photographer Noah Kalina shoots a darkened Manhattan skyline from a perch in Brooklyn.

  • Morning Roundup: October 31, 2012

    Sandy troubles persist for the Northeast, while Soviet design enjoys its moment, plus architecture news from Canada, Honolulu, and Raleigh, N.C.

  • Architect and Draughtsman Lebbeus Woods Dies at 72

    The legendary draughtsman and experimental designer, loved by many for his fantastical and dystopian drawings, died at age 72, before the opening of a major show of his work at SFMOMA.