2011

 

January Issue

The Next Normal, Carnegie Mellon's Gates and Hillman centers, green industrial, Harry Weese, and more ...

 

February Issue

The 58th Annual P/A Awards, a chat with Robert Ivy, thin-film solar, influential members of Congress, and more

 
 

March Issue

Architectural education, DS+R's Granoff Center, Class A offices, digital fabrication, New Orleans streetcars, and more

 

April Issue

Healthcare architecture; tackling America's obesity woes; a NOLA artists battles lead contamination; hiring a photographer; and much more.

 
 

Spring Product Spec Guide

The future of plastic, Bok Modern, making LEDs, and over a hundred new products.

 

May Issue

Architect 50; AIA Honor Awards; Zaha Hadid; Orange Cube; Museo Soumaya; National Architecture Policies; and much, much more.

 
 

June Issue

Milan Furniture Fair, world’s biggest wood-and-glue structure, trampolines, and more …

 

July Issue

Emerging Talent, Columbia expands, the prospect of rail, BIG’s graphic novel, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Archtiects’s studio, and more.

 
 

August Issue

The fifth annual R+D Awards, attending the Ghost 13 conference, visiting with Lake|Flato at their studio, Colonial Revival, looking back at the Hancock Tower, and more …

 

September Issue

Architecture and natural disasters, design after 9/11, community colleges, the phaseout of incandescent light bulbs, lots of buildings, and more …

 
 

Fall Product Spec Guide

Check out this issue for 131 new products, green design, a precast modular rain garden system, and how they make gypsum wall.

 

October Issue

2011 AIA Compensation Report, the decline in licensed professionals, getting credit, utilizing the diagrid, and buildings by Murphy/Jahn, Studio 804, and Henning Larsen.

 
 

November Issue

The 2011 Solar Decathlon, SmithGroup updates Cranbrook, a green office tower in Australia, the DOD’s focus on sustainability, there was no housing boom, our visit with David Salmela, and more …

 

December Issue

The 2011 Annual Design Review awards, visiting the studio of Carlos Jimenez, deconstructing the meaning of Anish Kapoor’s tower for the London Olympics, Syracuse University’s developer dean, and more …