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This Week in Tech & Culture: Sweden Slated to Build the World's Largest Wooden City

Plus, higher taxes on luxury goods and reduced carbon emissions, the architectural... More

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Create Your Own Path Forward—and Perhaps Away from Architecture

If that feeling of burnout isn’t going away, Evelyn Lee has suggestions for... More

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The IAC Names Seven Top Firms for Interns

The practices are recognized in the annual Intern Development Program Firm Awards... More

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Architects Need to Start Making Nonsense

Columnist Aaron Betsky argues that architects need to think a little weirder to... More

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Barlett Architecture Students Fabricate a Bio Skin that Rethinks Structure and Surface

These wood-reinforced concrete modules, fabricated by students at University... More

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Efraín Recinos' Teatro Nacional and the Search for Cultural Expression

The 1978 civic project in Guatemala City is an example of architecture whose forms reflect and celebrate local history. More

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2014 Hanley Award Winner: Bob Berkebile

A rebel with a cause, architect Bob Berkebile’s ultimate vision is of a sustainable model so powerful that it justifies itself. More

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SCI-Arc Keeps Us Wondering

Thesis presentations at the Southern California Institute of Architecture showcase... More

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Four Questions Beyond Buildings

Here are some of the hottest topics up for debate concerning the discipline and... More

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