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  • People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Capital Partnership

    Connecting place and practice with Janet Bloomberg, AIA, and Richard Loosle-Ortega, RA.

  • The YAF Turns 20

    For two decades, the Young Architects Forum has helped emerging designers network and grow professionally.

  • Highlights From Georgetown House Tour

    On Saturday I took the Georgetown House Tour, an annual Washington, D.C., institution put on by St. John's Episcopal Church. Of particular interest to me were the three architects' own houses on the tour.

  • German Passive House Tours North America

    Das Haus’ passive model can be seen in action across the U.S. and Canada through November. Upcoming stops include Toronto, Cambridge, Mass., and Washington, D.C.

  • To House a Hermit: Students Design for a D.C. Monastery

    Catholic University of America’s School of Architecture and Planning is building a modern-day hermitage on its campus.

  • The Lacey, Washington, D.C.

    This condo building honors the community’s turbulent past while embracing its bright future.

  • Installation: 'SONG 1'

    The Hirshhorn in D.C. will get a video makeover by artist Doug Aitken this spring. Through May 13.

  • Residential Sessions at AIA

    The AIA National Convention in May will offer various sessions focused on residential architecture.

  • Where Are New-Home Sizes Going?

    Much has been made of the death of the McMansion, but new trends are questioning whether that pronouncement was made too early.