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Call for Entries: ARCHITECT's Ninth Annual R+D Awards  Call for Entries: ARCHITECT's Ninth Annual R+D Awards

Enter your innovative, ingenious, and compelling design strategies, digital tools, and building products in our R+D Awards program. Winners are published in the July issue of ARCHITECT. Read more

This Week in Tech: Self-Assembling Furniture
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This Week in Tech: Self-Assembling Furniture

We roundup the latest in materials and architectural research and technology from... Read more

How Big Data is Transforming Architecture
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How Big Data is Transforming Architecture

The phenomenon presents huge opportunities for the built environment and the firms... Read more

Designing the Post-Natural Built Environment
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Designing the Post-Natural Built Environment

Columnist Blaine Brownell, AIA, argues that the architecture discipline must break... Read more

Atlanta Passes Ordinance to Benchmark Energy Use in Commercial Buildings
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Atlanta Passes Ordinance to Benchmark Energy Use in Commercial...

The 12th city in the U.S. to enact benchmarking legislation, Atlanta aims to... Read more

Four Designers Share Their Go-To Hardware
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Four Designers Share Their Go-To Hardware

Flashy software and apps would be nothing without the workhorse equipment that... Read more

Product Picks from the 2015 Salone: Day Four
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Product Picks from the 2015 Salone: Day Four

Plenty of works in wood, fiberglass, and more on our final day at the show. Read more

Product Picks from the 2015 Salone: Day Three
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Product Picks from the 2015 Salone: Day Three

A reflective glass wall, flat-packed furniture, and tableware inspired by the... Read more

This Week in Tech: A Robot Chef for Kitchens of the Future
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This Week in Tech: A Robot Chef for Kitchens of the Future

We round up the latest in materials and architectural research and technology. Read more

This Shape-Changing Display Brings Data to Life
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This Shape-Changing Display Brings Data to Life

Researchers in the U.K. have developed a dynamic device that turns 2D charts into... Read more

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