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  • Book: Star Product Designers

    Steal your favorite designers’ sketch pads and watch their projects come alive.

  • 2013 Designs of the Year Nominees

    From a flower-shaped, solar-powered LED to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, the best in design for this past year is now being honored at the Design Museum in London.

  • Watch the Bay Bridge Light Up

    Can't make it to San Francisco to see 'Bay Lights' yourself? We've rounded up three videos that will make you feel as if you were there, plus a link to a live stream.

  • The Skyscraper Museum Celebrates the Woolworth's 100th

    A fortune was invested in the creation of New York's Woolworth Building 100 years ago. The Skyscraper Museum looks back on the building's past with an exhibition just at a time when new fortunes are turning the top floors into luxury apartments.

  • Posthumous Exhibition on Lebbeus Woods Focuses on Architecture's Potential

    Co-curator Joseph Becker of 'Lebbeus Woods, Architect' at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art talks about putting together a show before and after the subject's death.

  • Examples of City-Saving Design in AIA Seattle Exhibition

    Examples of recession and post-recession urban interventions are on exhibition in Seattle, with the goal of inspiring Pacific Northwest designers to greater moments of tactical urbanism. Through Feb. 22.

  • Through the Lens of Ezra Stoller

    See Modernism as its birthed, through the camera of photographer Ezra Stoller in one of ARCHITECT's best books of 2012.

  • The Man Behind Palladio's Villas

    Guido Beltramini, director of the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio, reveals charming details about the life and times of Andrea Palladio in his book, 'The Private Palladio.'

  • A Photo-Sharing Site for Architecture

    Keep track of the landmarks you've seen and share your photos of them with others, with a new social site for architecture called Look Up More.

  • Architectural Photographer Captures Temporary Communities

    Based on shared pastimes or lifestyle desires, people who leave behind high-rises and houses create temporary communities for themselves in domes, RVs, tents, houseboats, and more. Architectural photographer Maxwell MacKenzie captures their alternate residences.