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    Steven A. Moore, Ph.D., told the audience that "we architects are too often seen as self-congratulatory artists" who are only "interested in self-expression."

  • green, then and now

    Thirty years ago, when 2009 Top Firm Leadership Award winners David Miller, FAIA, and Robert Hull, FAIA, founded The Miller|Hull Partnership, it wasn't terribly unusual for architects to concern themselves with the principles of what would come to be call

  • partnering with allied professions to bring new ideas to market

    This panel discussion, "Partnering With Allied Professions to Bring New Ideas to Market," brought together three building industry professionals who have accomplished significant things by combining the forces of diverse fields.

  • "beyond the building: the architect's best hope for greater relevance"

    Andrés Duany, FAIA, possesses a unique perspective on how designers can have a greater effect on the built environment.

  • starvation diet

    Why live on chips and salsa, when you can have the whole enchilada?

  • a disservice to the house

    Everyone is lamenting the deflation of the housing bubble. But there''s at least one bright side to its departure.

  • living large

    How small a space do you think you could live in—happily and for a long period of time?

  • back to the bauhaus box

    Given the country's dire economic state, many pundits are predicting a shift from the conspicuous consumption of luxury products to more humble displays.

  • the new, new reality

    Looking back reveals many similarities to previous downturns—and one big difference.

  • special summit: can green and affordable coexist?

    Can affordable and green co-exist?

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