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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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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Could Lose Accreditation in 2017

Due to by-law changes established by the Higher Learning Commission in 2012, the school is exploring alternative options for remaking the school, which dates back to 1932. More

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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Could Lose Accreditation in 2017

Due to by-law changes established by the Higher Learning Commission in 2012, the school is exploring alternative options for remaking the school, which dates back to 1932. More

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Letter from Ground Zero: Delirious World Trade

Despite the opening of the Sept. 11 Museum, Ground Zero remains a site conflicted in its ambitions and execution. More

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First Regional Resilience Design Studio Slated For Newark

The AIA Foundation revealed the location for the first of five design studios that will eventually reach across the country. More

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Ai Weiwei Designing Installations for Alcatraz

A seven-piece exhibition in the former California prison will open in September. More

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Postcard from Venice: Parties, Dutch Dynamos, and a Hint of Revolution

Rem Koolhaas may find Venice "completely irrational," but the opening of the... More

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National September 11 Memorial Museum Set To Open

Two buildings at Ground Zero, an entry pavilion and a museum, will open tomorrow,... More

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Laurent House Opens as Museum in June

Wright's "little gem," which he considered one of his best designs, is the only... More

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Dover Street Market New York Makes a Serious Fashion Statement

The new Dover Street Market outpost in Manhattan was designed as a riotous... More

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