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  • Paul Rand's Work Exhibited at the Museum of the City of New York

    Everything is Design: The Work of Paul Rand exhibits the designer's nearly six decades' worth of work, a career earning him the nickname as the "Picasso of graphic design."

  • Bjarke Ingels Group Reveals a Danish Villa Designed for a Car Collector

    An innovative design by BIG re-imagines a client’s automobile collection as a permanent installation.

  • For Sale: Jackie Kennedy’s Dreams of The Perfect Home

    A 400-piece archive, including firsthand sketches and letters from Jackie Kennedy, detailing the three-year process of building the family’s dream home in Middleburg, Va. will be part of a live auction in Cambridge, Mass.

  • MoMA PS1 Picks Andrés Jaque for the 2015 Young Architects Program

    Spanish architect Andrés Jaque will install his "COSMO" installation this summer at the Museum of Modern Art's Long Island City extension.

  • Design Council Names 70 Rising Designers in the U.K.

    Marking the organization's 70th anniversary, the lineup includes 70 architects, urban planners, and furniture designers whose products and concepts represent the latest innovations that push the boundaries of design and provide solutions for modern-day design and planningchallenges.

  • Brad Hunter on Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study

    Within Metrostudy's national footprint, housing starts rose 2.5% between the fourth quarter of 2013 and the fourth quarter of 2014. This was a very uninspiring "top line" number, but beneath that number there is a great deal of regional variation, with some areas going up and others going down.

  • Up + Running: The Potential of Partnerships

    Collaborating with established firms, universities, and nonprofit organizations can lend legitimacy to rookie firms—and with that comes more clients, projects, and opportunities.

  • The 2015 AIA Young Architects Awards

    This year, the institute recognized 14 architects across the U.S. for their leadership and contributions to the profession.

  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House to Reopen in February

    Built in 1921—but never fully realized—for an oil heiress with a taste for avant-garde theater, the iconic architect’s first Los Angeles project will reopen to the public after six years of renovations to restore it to its original form and intent.

  • Architecture for Humanity Files for Bankruptcy

    Though the non-profit organization is closing due to a lack of funding, chapters around the world have expressed their desire to continue to stay active.