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NCARB Launches ARE 4.0 Resource
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NCARB Launches ARE 4.0 Resource

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards rolled out a new tool to... Read more

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Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015 Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015

J. Thomas Regan, the former dean of the Texas A&M College of Architecture died; architect Ole Scheeren designed a Beijing auction house; critic John King reviews the new Google headquarters; and more news to start your week. Read more

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Aaron Betsky Heads to Taliesin West Aaron Betsky Heads to Taliesin West

Columnist Aaron Betsky writes about his appointment as dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. Read more

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Q+A: Aaron Betsky and a New Era for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Q+A: Aaron Betsky and a New Era for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

The ARCHITECT contributor talks about the school's path to autonomy, its fundraising efforts, and the goal of expansion. Read more

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Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture

The Syracuse University professor and architect is organizing a two-day symposium on what he hopes is the next movement in architecture. Read more

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Supermachine Studio Designs Stacked Labyrinth in Thailand Supermachine Studio Designs Stacked Labyrinth in Thailand

Celebrating 100 years, Siam Cement Group asked three studios to each create a building to encourage engagement in the coastal community of Bangsaen. The playground designed by Supermachine is a series of staircases that lead to nowhere. Read more

SO-IL and Freaks Freearchitects Selected to Redesign French Glassmaking Center
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SO-IL and Freaks Freearchitects Selected to Redesign French...

The Franco-American duo is hoping to bring back the Site Verrier's cultural... Read more

Morning News Roundup: Feb. 20, 2015
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Morning News Roundup: Feb. 20, 2015

A Florida architect designed a wearable building outfit for a race, a judge ruled... Read more

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A Kickstarter Inititiave to Digitally Transfer Bertoia’s Sonambient Recordings A Kickstarter Inititiave to Digitally Transfer Bertoia’s Sonambient Recordings

Led by The Harry Bertoia Foundation, Bertoia Studios, and Important Records, this project aims to fund the transfer for more than 350 unreleased tapes of sound sculpture recordings by Harry Bertoia to a digital archive. Read more

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Kate Orff Named Director of Columbia University's Graduate Urban Design Program Kate Orff Named Director of Columbia University's Graduate Urban Design Program

The founder and partner of New York–based landscape architecture studio SCAPE has been named director of the Urban Design Program for the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Read more

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