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How Is Student Debt Shaping Architecture?

A new survey tells us that almost half of architects who borrowed money for... More

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For Firms, Another Downturn to Manage in 2023

AIA’s chief economist weighs in on how firms can prepare for this year’s economic... More

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A Year of Flux in Architecture

Despite sometimes slow progress, the profession continued to move forward. More

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Growing the Missing Middle in Seattle

The city's innovative Oak & Alder development can serve as a model for other firms... More

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Rising Tides

Extreme weather events are growing in frequency and severity, but architects are... More

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Across the U.S., A Surge Toward Electrification

A smart, sustainable, and sudden shift is helping the country's buildings go... More

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Sleeping Beauties: Chicago's Adaptive Reuse

A wave of community-focused resurrections of former neighborhood anchors seeks to... More

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How to Accelerate Decarbonization in Three Easy Steps

Less is less, experts say, but that requires us all to do more. More

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Mental Health Design and the COVID Classroom

Research shows that students are struggling due to COVID-19-induced disruptions.... More

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A Rebound for Design and Construction

A new set of near- and long-term challenges, however, could complicate an... More

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