Other stories by ARCHITECT Staff

  • Exhibit: 'Judith Turner: The Flatness of Ambiguity'

    The University of Michigan Museum of Art has a new exhibition of photos by the acclaimed architectural photography of Judith Turner. Through Sept. 2.

  • Book: 'Vitamin G'

    A best-of compilation and sourcebook for lo-fi sustainable projects and green features includes small-scale and large-scale ideas alike.

  • Product: Carl Hansen & Søn Oculus Chair

    A plush reception chair designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960 that joined the company's production line in 2010.

  • Product: Ligne Roset Guggen

    Originally designed by Andre Kikoski for a restaurant in the Guggenheim Museum, the chair possesses universal appeal.

  • Games by Design

    The buildings that will host the London Olympics are notable not only for their responsible approach to high design, but also for how they will serve the city after the closing ceremonies

  • Steelcase Turns 100

    A look back at some landmark pieces by Steelcase, which was founded in March 1912.

  • Friends of Architecture

    The AIA’s political action committee, ArchiPAC, has donated $69,000 to congressional candidates and political committees so far this year. Here’s the list of recipients.

  • COTE Excellence Should Be the Rule

    The jury for the 2011 COTE awards discuss new advances in sustainability—and how much remains to be done.

  • Shedding a Little Light on Award-Winning Interiors

    Members of the jury for the 2011 AIA Institute Honor Awards for Interior Architecture explain the reasons for their 11 selections.

  • Design Barbie’s Dream House

    The AIA kicks off a contest to design a home office for the all-new Architect Barbie.