A look at some of the nonprofit programs that support young architects, and some of the talent.
Vital infrastructure improvement is a surefire way to get more Americans on the payrolls and invest in the future.
News, profiles, announcements, and other information provided by the American Institute of Architects.
Miami Beach, Fla./Rene Gonzalez Architect
New York/Rafael Moneo with Moneo Brock Studio
Etoy, Switzerland/Westlake Reed Leskosky
Louisville, Ky./Why Architecture
Yes Is More' is no typical monograph—but BIG is no typical firm.
Their personal and professional relationship has come to define the studio's familial culture.
Bringing design and construction together under one roof.
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A small, but growing city, Spokane has an economy closer to northern Idaho than...
Four plug-ins for better performance with building information modeling tools.
Three new projects show how sound shapes design and vice versa.
Bernard Tschumi’s scheme for the Parc de la Villette presented a new, controversial paradigm for urban parks.
Experts see green surfaces as functional components of building systems, with evolving standards, clearer metrics, and definable benefits.
Graffiti is high art at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles; through Aug. 8.
A composer and an animator put buildings to music in an extended music video.
Turns out, many architects are car junkies, including Le Corbusier who designed the Voiture Minimum.
At Atlanta's High Museum, a robot named Abby constructs a console table using metal blocks. Through Aug. 21.
Matias del Campo and Sandra Manninger use technology to make organic-geometric architectural elements; through Sept. 11.
At Sir John Soane's Museum in London, see the collector's 20 plaster models of classical antiquity. Through Sept. 24.
Add this blog to your list for inspirational photos of all things architectural, from a French student of architectural history.
The design-icons-on-stamps trend continues with William Morris's Arts and Crafts patterns on stamps for the Royal Mail.
A new collection of lounge and guest seating for commercial and residential.
A series of occasional tables designed by Emilia Borgthorsdottir.
A new, 100% recycled content polymer used in the Alto Chroma carpet-fiber line.
A tabletop videoconference unit with an HD display and mounted camera.
Collection of contract upholstery that complements neutral tones with bright colors.
Multiple profiles and finishes help this collection of conference furniture integrate with existing furnishings.
High-performance fabric collection for commercial applications.
A new modular seating element in the Gather Collection.
A modular carpet collection that translates songs into visual displays.
Modular nylon carpet tiles that come in three patterns.
A decorative cast-stone bollard for use in dividing patios or lawns.
The SP-010 is available in black, dark bronze, and platinum silver.
Forms+Surfaces’ Knight Bollard has a light source positioned above quadrant casting.
This ornamental bollard can be used as a security post cover.
The Sierra family includes light columns and bollards with a square profile.
Check out these stories, which take a close look at innovative projects that are using wood in creative ways. Proudly sponsored by reThink Wood.
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