Table of Contents February 2007
David Schwarz's Schermerhorn hall builds on Nashville's civic legacy.
In November and December last year, The History Channel convened design teams from three U.S. cities—Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York—and asked them to imagine the architectural and engineering marvels that will define their cities a hundred years from now.
John G. Waite Associates restores Baltimore's Basilica of the Assumption according to the intentions of architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe.
Meet Les Shepherd, new chief architect of the U.S. General Services Administration.
Co-founder of KPF leaves legacy as organizational leader
Yale-trained architect and urban planner Jaquelin T. Robertson has been awarded the fifth annual Richard H. Driehaus Prize by the School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, in Indiana.
In August, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) announced the creation of a grant program that will give a total of $10,000 each academic year to architecture schools to assist in the creation and implementation of new ideas and methods of integrating practice and...
Architects and directors at UNC-Charlotte explore the possibilities of performance
Copyright case highlights subjective aspect of calculating damages
News briefs from around the world of architecture.
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