Since D.C. can't build up, downtown is building in.
D.C. put the rails before the plan for its streetcar system.
The unpopularity of the Mayor's pitch for a football facility in the city hints at why...
The Architect of the Capitol surveys the city of Washington that almost was, in an exhibit at the National Building Museum.
The National Building Museum curator talks about the influence of the P/A Awards.
Federal design chief Casey Jones explains what you can do for your country—and how you go about doing it.
With projects across the city, Washington, D.C.'s ever-present Core has participated in building the District from the ground up.
For two decades, the Young Architects Forum has helped emerging designers network and grow professionally.
With architects still reeling from the recession, it is critical that they influence policy in their favor. Here’s how the profession is...
The Hirshhorn in D.C. will get a video makeover by artist Doug Aitken this spring. Through May 13.
The tales of GSA conference excess simply don’t jibe with Robert Peck’s reputation, and they run counter to my own experiences with the...
Former GSA officials ousted over excessive spending on a 2010 conference in Las Vegas will testify before the House Committee on Oversight...
Amid reports of excessive spending at an employee training conference, GSA administrator Martha Johnson has resigned and Public Buildings...
Weiss/Manfredi Architecture speaks about its winning design for the National Mall.
The Trust for the National Mall in Washington, D.C. announced stage one finalists for a Mall redesign.
The Trust for the National Mall is exhibiting the final designs by the teams selected as finalists in the National Mall design competition.
Amid the controversy over the Eisenhower Memorial design, it is both heartening and a bit frightening to see the designs produced by the...
The National Park Service announced the short lists for firms competing to redesign portions of the National Mall.
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The memorial’s design bring the culture wars are at architecture's doorstep.
The debate over the memorial has caught the attention of Congress.
Despite mounting criticism, the Eisenhower Memorial Commission is sticking with Frank Gehry’s memorial design.
The commission dismisses the claim of "lost minutes."
Monuments should be controversial, but the discussion about the proposed Eisenhower Memorial has quickly descended into the kind of...
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