How Acelab Reimagines Material Selection
Products How Acelab Reimagines Material Selection A software program designed by architects alleviates the headache of tirelessly searching for products. That means less finding, more designing. read more
Taming The Unruly Climate Beast
Climate Change Taming The Unruly Climate Beast From drastic CO2 reductions to surging solar investments, how the building sector is paving the path to a resilient, sustainable future. read more
Reality Check: Art Is Having Another Realist Moment; Is Architecture Next?
Architecture Reality Check: Art Is Having Another Realist Moment; Is Architecture Next? A reflective journey through the Venice's Art Biennale and New York’s Whitney Museum Biennial. read more
Building Against the Mold: A Climate-Resilient Approach
Sustainability Building Against the Mold: A Climate-Resilient Approach Miami's Caplow Manzano introduces 'hypostruction' to combat mold and enhance occupant health amid rising temperatures and severe weather. read more
Paper or Plastic?
Sustainable Materials Paper or Plastic? Discover why bio-based materials have become niche and expensive, and learn about efforts to reintroduce them into the construction industry. read more
Harvard Graduate School of Design Announces 2024 Wheelwright Prize
Cultural Projects Harvard Graduate School of Design Announces 2024 Wheelwright Prize Thandi Loewenson receives prestigious $100,000 fellowship for project exploring the ‘entanglement of Earth and Air’ in contemporary Africa. read more
U.S. Architecture  Firm Billings Slide Further, Signaling Economic Headwinds
Economic Conditions U.S. Architecture Firm Billings Slide Further, Signaling Economic Headwinds The AIA/Deltek Architecture Billings Index dips to its lowest since the pandemic, with signs of weakening demand across regions and sectors. read more
Tokyo Transformed: A Journey Through Urban Innovation
Sustainability Tokyo Transformed: A Journey Through Urban Innovation Exploring Azabudai Hills and beyond, Tokyo's metamorphosis into a vibrant urban... read more
Using Data to Design Great Cities
Design Using Data to Design Great Cities Learn how the latest geographic information systems (GIS) technology can help create happier, healthier, more prosperous cities. read more
Exhibit Examines D.C.’s Polarizing Brutalist Buildings
Exhibitions Exhibit Examines D.C.’s Polarizing Brutalist Buildings Capital Brutalism explores the controversy and potential of the prominent architectural style in the nation’s capital. read more
Rethinking Construction: The Rise of Wood as a Sustainable Material
Sustainability Rethinking Construction: The Rise of Wood as a Sustainable Material Innovations in wood reclamation and recycling promise to enhance environmental benefits. read more
Contest Seeks Fresh Ideas for the British Museum
Arts and Culture Contest Seeks Fresh Ideas for the British Museum The British Museum invites proposals to reimagine its Western Range galleries. read more
Architectural Revolution: AIA President Urges Industry's Courageous Leap Forward
Architecture Architectural Revolution: AIA President Urges Industry's Courageous Leap Forward In a stirring address, Kimberly Dowdell calls for bold action... read more
Introducing Your New Home for Continuing Ed
Education Introducing Your New Home for Continuing Ed Hanley Wood University is now ARCHITECT U, with 150-plus courses. read more
Shaping the Future of Architecture: AIA 2024 Conference Set to Inspire and Innovate
Sustainability Shaping the Future of Architecture: AIA 2024 Conference Set to Inspire and Innovate Join over 10,000 professionals in D.C. for stimulating talks on AI, net zero energy and adaptive reuse, and much more! read more
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Draws from Two Distinct Cultures for Luxury Resort
Architecture Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Draws from Two Distinct Cultures for Luxury Resort NOT A HOTEL Setouchi mirrors traditional Japanese architecture with a touch of Scandinavia. read more
The Latest Innovations in Designing the Smart Home of Tomorrow
Design The Latest Innovations in Designing the Smart Home of Tomorrow From fireplaces to fuel cell technology, explore five of the newest innovations in form and function for the smart home. read more
This is Depressing! Architecture Firm Billings Continue to Decline in April
Economic Conditions This is Depressing! Architecture Firm Billings Continue to Decline in April AIA Deltek Architecture Billings Index shows persistent decline despite increased client inquiries. read more
New Book Examines the Legacy of the Edith Farnsworth House
Architecture New Book Examines the Legacy of the Edith Farnsworth House Celebrating 20 years as a public site, the Edith Farnsworth House has a rich story to tell about architecture and preservation. read more
Building the Future with Snow: An Architectural Innovation in Greenland
Sustainability Building the Future with Snow: An Architectural Innovation in Greenland Virginia San Fratello merges 3D printing expertise with local culture... read more
AIANY + ASLA-NY Announce 2024 Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards
Design AIANY + ASLA-NY Announce 2024 Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards The program honors 10 projects based on sustainability, community engagement, and civic architecture. read more
Meet the Harvard GSD's 2025 Loeb Fellows
Carbon Footprint Meet the Harvard GSD's 2025 Loeb Fellows Harvard University Graduate School of Design names 10 innovators to join Loeb Fellows. read more
Student Design Challenge Could Help Build More Resilient Coastal Communities
Climate Change Student Design Challenge Could Help Build More Resilient Coastal Communities Multi-university initiative brings together academia and local... read more
The Beautifully Brutal Truths of B+
Sustainability The Beautifully Brutal Truths of B+ Arno Brandluber and his team are tough about reuse. read more
SO-IL and OSD to Transform Waterfront Destination in Detroit
Urban Design SO-IL and OSD to Transform Waterfront Destination in Detroit Stanton Yards at Little Village will provide public access to the city's riverfront within a developing arts campus. read more
A Paris Paradigm Shift
Climate Change A Paris Paradigm Shift Seventy countries commit to put buildings at the center of their climate roadmaps. read more
Reimagining Grandeur: The Digital Era Embraces Baroque Inspirations
Architecture Reimagining Grandeur: The Digital Era Embraces Baroque Inspirations Contemporary design meets historic complexity in the second digital turn. read more
A Pilgrimage to Red House
Historic Preservation A Pilgrimage to Red House Philip Webb’s and William Morris’ vision of Arts & Crafts. read more
Beyond Aesthetics: How Tech is Redefining Interior Design
Interior Design Beyond Aesthetics: How Tech is Redefining Interior Design David Taglione’s case for transforming spaces into experiences. read more
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