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    Allan Greenberg architect and KSS architects rework a forgotten building by an American master on the Princeton university campus.

  • Salaries Are Rising?

    More and more, as architecture commands ever higher visibility, architects at all levels are finding that the profession can pay well and offer wealth-generating business opportunities, too. Entry-level and midcareer professionals are increasingly respect

  • Home to a Thousand Souls

  • Southern Lights

    The 515-foot-tall atrium of the Atlanta Marriot Marquis is a dramatic space in a city known for its dramatic interiors.

  • In Philadelphia, Broken Deal Ends in Demolition

    Convention center expansion claims a 1915 building and its noted 1962 addition, both on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Renzo Piano to Add to Le Corbusier's Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut

    Chapel owners tapped renowned architect, but if the Fondation Le Corbusier has its way, the additions could be derailed.

  • Swedish Lantern

    Given the current state of world affairs, one might conclude that a new embassy should be designed with a fortress mentality—that is, as a massive and inward-focused building providing safe haven from unpredictable attacks. Not so at the new House of Swed

  • 3555 Hayden

    The research-intensive firm of Eric Owen Moss Architects layers a swelling rooftop addition onto a warehouse.

  • The Top Graduate Architecture Programs in the U.S.

    Top 10: top graduate architecture programs in the United States.

  • On The Circuit Boards

    It's taken until the last decade for LEDs to develop to the point where architects can exploit their technological and aesthetic advantages at a large scale.



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