• Loan Me A Dime (x 250,000)

    Student loans at a crossroads.

  • People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Up to the Challenge?

    Architecture 2030's Francesca Desmarais explains the goals of reducing carbon emissions through the 2030 Challenge for Products

  • On the MLK Memorial: Yolande Daniels

    Daniels discusses the experience and significance of visiting the MLK Memorial.

  • Exhibit: 'Art in the Streets'

    Graffiti is high art at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles; through Aug. 8.

  • Typology: Class A Office

    Rising profits, LEED, and sluggish hiring create a mixed picture for Class A space.


    An offshoot of premier building space-accounting firm Stevenson Systems, the Drawing Vault takes the headache out of construction document management.

  • Hardware in a Soft Market

    The recession has put a hurting on technology budgets, but architecture firms can't afford to work with obsolete equipment. We find out how five are coping.

  • Can You Pay My Bills?

    Elyse Engelhardt is neither an architect nor an accountant, but that didn't stop her from becoming the chief financial officer of high-flying New York firm Fox & Fowle Architects (FXFowle Architects since 2005).

  • L.A.'s Learning Curve

    Challenge: How does one district build 132 new schools—and update some 800 more—without sacrificing design quality? (Hint: Get architects involved at the beginning.)



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