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  • Six New Year's Resolutions for Architecture Firms to Grow Their Businesses

    The beginning of the year is an ideal time to reflect on the past and look to the future. For many, that means making some resolutions about how this year will be different from last. Here are some ways to rethink how your architecture firm should function.

  • Seeking the Wright Path at Taliesin West

    As official plans to save Taliesin West are formalized, the remaining Legacy Fellows struggle to maintain the aging Arizona sanctuary in the spirit of their former master.

  • Up and Running: Be Smart in How You Staff

    An architecture firm is only as good as its people. Here are a few tips for attracting—and retaining—the best in the business.

  • Q+A: Ajaita Shah Gives Power to Those in Need

    The CEO and founder of Frontier Markets is behind India's thriving and localized economy based on solar-powered products.

  • Finding Success in Succession

    As the baby boomer generation approaches retirement, firms should strategize for smooth leadership transitions.

  • Up and Running: Financial Basics For Your New Firm

    Hanging out your shingle with high-minded design goals won’t mean much if you can’t stay in business. These simple suggestions can help you keep your firm financially afloat.

  • Lessons from the 2013 Solar Decathlon

    The Europeans enjoyed their day in the sun at the 2013 Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif. But does the competition need a reboot to maintain its influence on sustainable design?

  • Practice: The Rebound

    As we emerge from the worst economy in decades, architects are putting their rebuilding strategies in place.

  • A Virtuous Cycle

    Market Transformation chair Cliff Majersik says the drive to broader markets will be fueled by increased code compliance and the transformation of appraisal and finance processes.

  • Architecture Billings Index Dips in May

    A 5 percent drop to 45.8 for May’s Architecture Billings Index from a month ago upset a string of positive scores (anything at 50 or above represents an increase in billings) during the first quarter.