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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
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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.
His passing, at 96, occurs as the fate of two of his Brutalist buildings remains uncertain.
Only 16 percent of the AIA’s membership is female, and women make up only 17 percent of principals and partners. Would having more women on the other side of the client relationship help?