Design Fees

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Call for Entries for the 2015 AIA COTE Top Ten Awards and Top Ten + Award Call for Entries for the 2015 AIA COTE Top Ten Awards and Top Ten + Award

The awards program recognizes projects that exemplify excellence in sustainable design. Read more

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Florida Polytechnic University, Designed by Santiago Calatrava Florida Polytechnic University, Designed by Santiago Calatrava

The architect's Innovation, Science and Technology Building will be the focal point of a campus being built around his vision. 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

A New Open-Source Platform Offers Free Blueprints
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A New Open-Source Platform Offers Free Blueprints

Paperhouses founder, Joana Pacheco, wants to provide an alternative in a market... 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

A Better Value
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A Better Value

Two infamous Justice Department consent decrees, from 1971 and 1990, prohibit... Read more

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Follow the Money Follow the Money

Looking for a way to increase your billings? Green construction can put more green in your pocket. Read more

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Design Camp Design Camp

Few high schoolers receive architecture lessons, so how can they know what studying for a B.Arch. is really like? To get an idea, they can attend one of the summer design programs held at a number of U.S. universities. We profile three. Read more

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Risk vs. Reward Risk vs. Reward

To get new business, firms are devoting more resources to upfront design work. It's a calculated gamble that doesn't always pay off. Read more

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Bargain-Basement Bids: Necessary Evil or Necessary for Survival? Bargain-Basement Bids: Necessary Evil or Necessary for Survival?

The second installment of our series on architectural fees finds that increased competition for even the smallest of projects is leading firms to slash rates. But have things gone too far? Read more

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Cardiff Interchange Cardiff Interchange

Foster + Partners

Second HomeSecond Home

SelgasCano

Art in the CityArt in the City

Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition, Moreau Kusunoki

COSMO at MoMA PS1COSMO at MoMA PS1

Office for Political Innovation

Indefinite HangarIndefinite Hangar

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux

Herzog & de Meuron

8600 Wilshire8600 Wilshire

MAD Architects

Tor di Valle RomaTor di Valle Roma

Studio Libeskind

Garage Museum of Contemporary ArtGarage Museum of Contemporary Art

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

La Casa Supportive Housing ProjectLa Casa Supportive Housing Project

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, LEO A DALY

Principal Riverwalk Hub SpotPrincipal Riverwalk Hub Spot

Substance Architecture

Pleated HousePleated House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Centennial ChromographCentennial Chromograph

Variable Projects

Quonochontaug HouseQuonochontaug House

Bernheimer Architecture

The Lawn on DThe Lawn on D

Sasaki Associates

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