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The Well Building Standard Wants to Green Your Occupants

A new sustainability credential from the International Well Building Institute—and... More

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Li Xiaodong Wins the First Moriyama RAIC International Prize

The Liyuan Library was recognized for its modesty and community role in a hillside village outside of Beijing. More

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Site Visit: R+D Award Winner Afterhouse is Revitalizing Detroit One Lot at a Time

ARCHITECT checks out Archolab’s initiative to convert unsalvageable homes into productive urban greenhouses. More

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Site Visit: R+D Award Winner Afterhouse is Revitalizing Detroit One Lot at a Time

ARCHITECT checks out Archolab’s initiative to convert unsalvageable homes into... More

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Report Proposes New Infrastructure to Combat Sea-Level Rise in Boston

The Urban Land Institute's Boston/New England chapter partnered with local stakeholders to envision updates to the city's built environment that include canals, building podiums, and raised seawalls. More

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Ai Weiwei Designs Exhibition for Alcatraz Island

The installations in the former Bay Area prison open to the public on Saturday. More

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Morning News Roundup: Public Space in Washington, D.C.

Philip Kennicott argues against further restrictions on public space in the nation's capital, Mark Lamster reviews a new Thomas Heatherwick exhibition, and more news for Tuesday. More

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Q+A: Frank Lloyd Wright School Board of Governors Member Jerry van Eyck

A rift has split the leadership of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture,... More

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Q+A: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO Sean Malone

Following last week's announcement that the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture faces accreditation loss in 2017, Malone gives a deeper insight into the school's relationship with Wright's foundation. More

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