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  • Historic and Rural Houses Rule the Day

    Three custom houses, campus apartments for medical researchers, and one cool barbecue pavilion may not seem to have a lot in common. These four projects, however, share two things.

  • Gehry Gifts Endowment to SCI-Arc

    SCI-Arc awarded the inaugural Gehry Prize on Sept. 9 thanks to a $100,000 donation by the eponymous architect and his wife, Berta.

  • Political Designs on Display

    Opening Sept. 12 and continuing through March 25, 9 + 1 Ways of Being Political: 50 Years of Political Stances in Architecture and Urban Design will be on display in the architecture and design galleries at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

  • San Francisco Architecture Festival

    San Francisco residents and visitors alike can learn more about the history and architecture of this beautiful city as AIA San Francisco sponsors a month of architecture and design activities open to everyone.

  • The Social Sell

    Social media platforms are putting new labels on an old-school marketing approach: finding the most efficient way to get information to unique audiences (think vendors, homeowner customers, and even employees).

  • Boston Architect Shows Off His Painting Skills

    Twice a year in Boston’s recently hip South End district—called “SoWa” for South of Washington Street—artists open their private studios to the public for the SoWa Art Walk.

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Releases Archives

    New partnership with MoMA and Columbia improves access Frank Lloyd Wright archive while ensuring longer-term funding and support.

  • Architecture’s Impact on Art at Carnegie Museum

    A nex ehibit Heinz Architectural Center, part of Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art, breaks down the monolithic classical design of museums and introduces six "gallery" spaces from across the globe.

  • Rome Prize Call for Entries

    Applications for the Rome Prize fellowship are due Nov. 1; winners will receive a six-month or 11-month fellowship.

  • A Monumental Living Room

    Autumn weekends spent strolling through Central Park just got better. Starting Sept. 20, New Yorkers and tourists will have the opportunity to experience the city’s famous statue of Christopher Columbus from an entirely different viewpoint thanks to artist Tatzu Nishi and the Public Art Fund.