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  • Exhibit: 'The Outdoor Office'

    With studies proving the benefits of natural light and exposure to nature, Jonathan Olivares proposes a new typology: the outdoor office. Through July 15.

  • App: Paper

    For architects looking for that sketchbook experience on an iPad, look no further than the Paper app.

  • Book: 'Tradition and Invention in Architecture'

    Robert A.M. Stern publishes a collection of 26 essays written over the past 43 years.

  • Podcast: Place Matters

    Taking urban architecture to the airwaves, Katherine Loflin delivers a weekly podcast on placemaking.

  • Installation: Sun Pavilion

    Design firm Generator Studio builds a photovoltaic installation for the 'World's Fair' exhibit at the Nelson-Atkins. Through Aug. 19.

  • Installation: The Avenue

    Last year's Avenue, displayed at the AIA National Convention, is now being put together as a house in New Orleans.

  • Book: 'Freedom's Cap'

    In the 1850s, the political climate was just as partisan as now, when politicians helped design and construct the U.S. Capitol Building.

  • Exhibit: 'Chinese American Architects in Los Angeles'

    As part of the Pacific Standard Time consortium of exhibits, the Chinese American Museum highlights four architects who helped build L.A. Through June 3.

  • Unbuilt Washington

    The Architect of the Capitol surveys the city of Washington that almost was, in an exhibit at the National Building Museum.

  • Q&A With Martin Moeller

    The National Building Museum curator talks about the influence of the P/A Awards.