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Amanda Kolson Hurley

Amanda Kolson Hurley

Amanda Kolson Hurley is a freelance writer in the Washington, D.C. area. A former editor at ARCHITECT, she has contributed to The Atlantic's CityLab, Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, and many other publications. 

Amanda Kolson Hurley's Posts

The 2016 Residential Architect Design Awards The 2016 Residential Architect Design Awards

The jury selected 24 projects across 11 categories for recognition. Read more

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Best Practices: Revamp Your Firms' Website Best Practices: Revamp Your Firms' Website

Architects' sites tend to suffer from the same set of problems. Here's a guide to avoiding those mistakes and ensuring that your practice puts its best face forward online. Read more

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Finding Success in Succession Finding Success in Succession

As the baby boomer generation approaches retirement, firms should strategize for smooth leadership transitions. Read more

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June Williamson's New Book Revisits the Future of Suburbia June Williamson's New Book Revisits the Future of Suburbia

The global age of the city is upon us. But as June Williamson reminds us, architects and designers shouldn’t give up on the quest to retrofit suburbia. Read more

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Remembering John Johansen, the last of the Harvard Five Architects Remembering John Johansen, the last of the Harvard Five Architects

His passing, at 96, occurs as the fate of two of his Brutalist buildings remains uncertain. Read more

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