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Prosperous Conditions
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Prosperous Conditions

Business is an art and a science. Read more

The 2015 Architect 50: A Deeper Dive Into the Data
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The 2015 Architect 50: A Deeper Dive Into the Data

Discover what it takes to make the top 50. Read more

Best Practices: Closing the Gender Gap
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Best Practices: Closing the Gender Gap

Female architects identify ways that women can push through the traditional career... Read more

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London's Sky Garden: The More You Pay, the Worse the View London's Sky Garden: The More You Pay, the Worse the View

It was meant to be a free public space with the most spectacular views of London. But it feels like you're trapped in an airport, you can barely see the city because of a steel cage – and the more money you shell out, the worse it gets. Read more

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London's Sky Garden: The More You Pay, The Worse The View London's Sky Garden: The More You Pay, The Worse The View

It was meant to be a free public space with the most spectacular views of London. But it feels like you're trapped in an airport, you can barely see the city because of a steel cage – and the more money you shell out, the worse it gets. Read more

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The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What? The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What?

The detailed outcomes of the grassroots study were released today during the third annual symposium organized by the AIA San Francisco committee. Read more

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Here Are Five Key Metrics from the 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report, With Interactive Charts Here Are Five Key Metrics from the 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report, With Interactive Charts

The 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report shows how architecture firms have (and haven't) responded to the Great Recession. Read more

Mastering the Post-Loss Debrief
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Mastering the Post-Loss Debrief

There’s nothing worse than losing a competition that you thought your firm would... Read more

Q+A: Rosa Sheng Wants to Know Why Women Leave Architecture
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Q+A: Rosa Sheng Wants to Know Why Women Leave Architecture

The chairperson of The Missing 32% Project wants to know why women comprise half... Read more

Making the Case for Higher Fees
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Making the Case for Higher Fees

Architects have been slow to champion the return on investment that their work can... Read more

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Bajalta California Bajalta California

SHoP Architects

2016 Venice Biennale: Australian Pavilion 2016 Venice Biennale: Australian Pavilion

Denton Corker Marshall, Aileen Sage Architects (Isabelle Toland and Amelia...

Lake Michigan Beach Cottage Lake Michigan Beach Cottage

Ramsey Jones Architects

Mountain House Mountain House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee Art Museum

HGA Architects and Engineers

WTS Paradigm WTS Paradigm

Eppstein Uhen Architects

Guest House Garden Pavilion Guest House Garden Pavilion

Vetter Denk Architecture

Redux House Redux House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Linear Cabin Linear Cabin

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

685 First Avenue 685 First Avenue

Richard Meier & Partners Architects

Thamesmead Civic Quarter Thamesmead Civic Quarter

Proctor and Matthews, Mecanoo

The Nord Family Greenway The Nord Family Greenway

Sasaki Associates

Halifax Central Library Halifax Central Library

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

2016 Venice Biennale: Irish Pavilion, "Losing Myself" 2016 Venice Biennale: Irish Pavilion, "Losing Myself"

Níall McLaughlin and Yeoryia Manolopoulou

UNIC UNIC

MAD Architects

Biesbosch Museum Biesbosch Museum

Studio Marco Vermeulen

Dijon Concrete Housings Dijon Concrete Housings

Ateliers O-S Architectes

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