Robert A.M. Stern

Robert A.M. Stern Wins 2017 AIA Topaz Medallion
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Robert A.M. Stern Wins 2017 AIA Topaz Medallion

The founder of his famous, eponymous New York-based firm, this man of tradition is... More

2016 Arthur Ross Award Recipients Announced
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2016 Arthur Ross Award Recipients Announced

The five winners received honors across five categories: architecture, civic... More

The Four Seasons: What to Preserve?
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The Four Seasons: What to Preserve?

Columnist Aaron Betsky tackles the question of the Four Seasons and its ongoing... More

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AIA|DC Reveals 2014 Design Award Winners AIA|DC Reveals 2014 Design Award Winners

An awards reception will celebrate the 30 most notable works from practitioners and projects across the D.C. region. More

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Up and Running: Be Smart in How You Staff Up and Running: Be Smart in How You Staff

An architecture firm is only as good as its people. Here are a few tips for attracting—and retaining—the best in the business. More

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Morning News Roundup: Nov. 17, 2014 Morning News Roundup: Nov. 17, 2014

The Golden Gate Bridge's upcoming closure will be its longest ever, and a New York City project proposes a 2.4 acre park over the Hudson River. More

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Tour Carpe Diem, Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects Tour Carpe Diem, Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

The New York-based architects have created a light-footed tower in La Défense, one of the most maligned modernist enclaves in Paris. More

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Morning News Roundup: Nov. 10, 2014 Morning News Roundup: Nov. 10, 2014

Glass walkways unveiled at London's Tower Bridge, light installation commemorates 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, and more news for Monday. More

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Judith Edelman, Pioneer of Women in Architecture, Dies at 91 Judith Edelman, Pioneer of Women in Architecture, Dies at 91

A fellow of the AIA, the architect designed affordable housing projects and residences that earned accolades. More

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Witold Rybczynski: Tata Hall and the Art of Adding to the Harvard Business School Campus Witold Rybczynski: Tata Hall and the Art of Adding to the Harvard Business School Campus

Over the years, the Harvard Business School campus has presented architects with a considerable challenge: How do you design for the future while respecting the past? More

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