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Up and Running: Words for Advice for Young Firms Up and Running: Words for Advice for Young Firms

To close out this series, we asked firm leaders to think back to the early days of their practices to offer some tips to architects thinking about starting their own businesses. Read more

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Best Practices: Time Management Best Practices: Time Management

A mixture of meticulous planning and some simple tech tools can help manage the workflow of your team so the firm can stay on pace with its projects without its employees working excessive overtime. Read more

Behnisch Architekten Completes Geneva's United Nations Conference Hall
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Behnisch Architekten Completes Geneva's United Nations...

Behnisch Architekten announced the completion of the new conference hall for the... Read more

Elevated Pods Proposal Reinvents Paris Architecture
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Elevated Pods Proposal Reinvents Paris Architecture

Parisian mayor Anne Hidalgo launched a design initiative in Nov. 2014 asking firms... Read more

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Morning News Roundup: Feb. 10, 2015 Morning News Roundup: Feb. 10, 2015

A hotel staffed by robots and humans alike will open in Japan this summer, a history of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello since his death in 1826, critic Joan Altabe writes an open letter to Frank Gehry, and more news for your Tuesday. Read more

The London Underline Could Be City's Next Great Project
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The London Underline Could Be City's Next Great Project

Gensler won Best Conceptual Award at London's Planning Awards on Tuesday for a... Read more

The Van Alen Institute Explores Impulsive Behavior in Cities
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The Van Alen Institute Explores Impulsive Behavior in Cities

The interdisciplinary project, "Ecologies of Addiction," will use personal and... Read more

Fondazione Prada by AMO to Open in Milan
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Fondazione Prada by AMO to Open in Milan

The research, branding, and publication branch Dutch firm of OMA designed the... Read more

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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Unveils Redevelopment Plans by Steven Holl Architects The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Unveils Redevelopment Plans by Steven Holl Architects

New York–based firm Steven Holl Architects will create 14 acres of pedestrian-friendly campus grounds, providing an improved setting for three new structures—a school, a gallery, and a conservation center—adding to the earlier buildings by William Ward Watkin, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Rafael Moneo. Read more

D.C. Historic Preservation Board to Review MLK Memorial Library Renovation Project
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D.C. Historic Preservation Board to Review MLK Memorial...

Next week, Mecanoo Architecten and Martinez+Johnson Architecture will present... Read more

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