• Cooper Union's Foundation in Drawing

    While recent news about The Cooper Union has swirled around the controversy of its new Morphosis building’s cost, Dean Tony Vidler maintains that students are much more focused on problems other than that of the school’s financial straits.

  • UCLA Arch Graduates Talk Up Post-Studies Anxiety

    UCLA graduates presenting their thesis works talk about leaving the comforts of the academic and entering the uncertainties of the market.

  • Harvard Says Housing Market Is Reviving

    According to Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, existing and new single-family home sales are significantly higher than last year’s figures.

  • Residential Design and Building Idea Exchange

    On June 19 the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) will be hosting a Residential Design Committee meeting open to any architects, designers, and builders interested in discussing current issues in residential architecture.

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    Being There

    Step out of the echo chamber and get involved.

  • App for the 2012 AIA National Convention

    The AIA’s 2012 National Convention app for the iPhone and iPad directs attendees through this week’s show with a suite of informational resources and services.

  • ICFF Exhibition Explores Fabric as Structure

    Design students will be taking fabric off the chair and forming it into a structural display at the 2012 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York next weekend.

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    People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Speakers Wanted on Innovative Materials

    The red dot institute of design wants presentations on original materials that make our built environment better.

  • New York Row House Wins Italian Tile Design Award

    All three winners of the 2012 Ceramics of Italy tile design competition are located in the U.S., including the 19th-century New York row house renovation that won the residential category.

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