Other stories by Shelley D. Hutchins

  • San Francisco Architecture Festival

    San Francisco residents and visitors alike can learn more about the history and architecture of this beautiful city as AIA San Francisco sponsors a month of architecture and design activities open to everyone.

  • A Monumental Living Room

    Autumn weekends spent strolling through Central Park just got better. Starting Sept. 20, New Yorkers and tourists will have the opportunity to experience the city’s famous statue of Christopher Columbus from an entirely different viewpoint thanks to artist Tatzu Nishi and the Public Art Fund.

  • NOAA Waterfront Smart Growth Website

    A few weeks ago, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) overhauled its website on coastal and waterfront smart growth.

  • Scholarships Awarded to Student Kitchen and Bath Designers

    The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) recently awarded its 2012 NKBA Outstanding Student Awards to 17 scholars who are studying kitchen and bath design at NKBA-accredited schools in North America.

  • Traveling Installation Highlights Modernist Landmarks

    Between now and Sept. 16, anyone who walks through the Neutra VDL Research House in Los Angeles will experience Architectones, a collection of site-specific sculptures designed in response to the iconic house and its owner/architect.

  • Window App for Homeowners and Pros

    A new iPad application from Marvin Windows and Doors allows contractors, architects, and homeowners to browse window and door options in 3D, view videos and photographs of completed projects, examine individual product specs, and have direct access to Marvin dealers or installers.

  • Students Create Exhibit on Washington, D.C., Neighborhood

    The National Building Museum (NBM) hosts a monthlong program that helps teens learn about the built environment by putting together an exhibition about a local neighborhood.

  • Residential Winners from AIA Honolulu

    Celebrating 54 years of great architecture, the annual AIA Honolulu Design Awards has been around longer than Hawaii has been a state. The program honors the best projects of any building type that are designed by AIA Honolulu members.

  • CRAN Symposium in September

    “Elevating the Art of Residential Design & Practice” is the theme for the 5th annual Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) Symposium taking place in Newport, R.I., Sept. 6-9.

  • NeoCon East in Baltimore

    NeoCon East shows off the latest in furnishings and interior design to architects, designers, real estate executives, building managers, and anyone else involved in creating sleek commercial or contemporary and industrial-style residential interiors.