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  • App for the 2012 AIA National Convention

    The AIA’s 2012 National Convention app for the iPhone and iPad directs attendees through this week’s show with a suite of informational resources and services.

  • ICFF Exhibition Explores Fabric as Structure

    Design students will be taking fabric off the chair and forming it into a structural display at the 2012 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York next weekend.

  • People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Speakers Wanted on Innovative Materials

    The red dot institute of design wants presentations on original materials that make our built environment better.

  • New York Row House Wins Italian Tile Design Award

    All three winners of the 2012 Ceramics of Italy tile design competition are located in the U.S., including the 19th-century New York row house renovation that won the residential category.

  • WaterSmart Innovations Conference

    The 2012 WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition takes place from Oct. 3-5, in a place appropriate to the topic—Las Vegas—and includes presentation of the EPA’s WaterSense Awards.

  • Getting Into Gear: 10 New Products, 5 Product Trends, and One Cool Exhibit at KBIS 2012

    The countdown to this year’s Kitchen and Bath Industry Show is now in the single digits. As an estimated 20,600 manufacturers, designers, dealers, and custom builders and remodelers prepare to descend on the city of Chicago, we asked the show’s managing director Jim Scott what trends attendees are...

  • Prominent Women in Architecture Interviews

    Architect Mark English launched his blog, The Architect’s Take, several months ago. A big concern on his mind was the lack of women in his profession, so he asked several prominent female architects who started their own firms to impart their views and advice.

  • Healthy Outlook

    Architects and healthcare providers agree that flexible design is crucial to controlling future costs for healthcare.

  • Back to the Future

    Koolhaas and Obrist's history of how postwar Japanese Metabolists looked to the future of architecture.