Aging in Place

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The AIA and Architecture for Humanity Partner to Offer Disaster Assistance Grants

The recipients of the partnership’s new Disaster Grant Program will receive five grants that total $10,000 and go toward programs that offer architects education, advocacy, and training to assist their communities following a disaster. More

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Sleeper House Revamped for the Digital Age

The home where Woody Allen shot his sci-fi comedy has once again been brought into the future. More

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A New SUNY School for Sustainable Interiors

SUNY's Fashion Institute of Technology launches a Master's program in sustainable interior environments. More

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A New SUNY School for Sustainable Interiors

SUNY's Fashion Institute of Technology launches a Master's program in sustainable interior environments. More

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Aging in (Which?) Place

Having grown up in a suburb, I've chosen as an adult to live only in cities and small towns. More

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2010 Young Architect Award Winner Christopher Kelley Dies

Architect Christopher Shawn Kelley, AIA, passed away on Saturday May 26 at the age of 39. More

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2010 Young Architect Award Winner Christopher Kelley Dies

Architect Christopher Shawn Kelley, AIA, passed away on Saturday May 26 at the age of 39. More

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Debating the Role of Architecture in Future Cities

As city living continues to grow trendier by the day, new philosophies are emerging in the age-old debate about the importance and role of architecture in urbanism. More

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In Defense of the ‘60s and the Era’s Architectural Designs

Mark Lamster defends the concrete and dynamic styles of the 1960s following news that several signature buildings from that time period will soon fall prey to the wrecking ball. More

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Baby Boomers Ready to Remodel

The baby boomer generation is again poised to impact the housing market, this time with the full thrust of its punch intertwined with the financial solvency of its members’ kids. More

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