• State Department Opens Competition for U.S. Presence at Venice Architecture Biennale

    The State Department is now accepting applications for groups interested in organizing the U.S. presence at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale, which takes place in 2014.

  • 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.

  • Best Architecture Exhibits in 2013

    In 2013, architectural photographers past and present get their due while New York hosts its biggest Le Corbusier show ever. These exhibits and others mark the most promising shows of the coming year.

  • 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.

  • Vintage Collection of Neon Signs Unveiled at the Nevada Museum of Art

    After finding and restoring vintage neon signs for years, collector Will Durham unveils an integral part of Nevada's history for a new audience at the Nevada Art Museum. Through Feb. 10.

  • Classic Building Toys at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture

    Philadelphia gets its own exhibition on play, just in time for the holidays. 'Constructing Play' exhibits building toys, miniature buildings, and even explains the engineering of a standing building to visitors. Through Jan. 24.

  • Architecture Through A Child's Eyes

    Children have built fantasy towers and buildings for ages using variations of the block. Some grew up to be architects and builders, some didn't. Either way, a new exhibition at the Dallas Center for Architecture will spark the imagination of the builder-child in us all. Through Jan. 4.

  • City4People: Tactical Urbanism Hits Moscow

    A group of young designers and activists introduces tactical urbanism to Russia, proposing improved sidewalks, urban gardening, and community advertisement walls.

  • Victor Horta and the Story of Art Nouveau

    Many of Brussels’ UNESCO World Heritage List–recognized architectural masterpieces by architect Victor Horta, now on display in Washington, D.C., tell the story of one of the greatest architects of Art Nouveau as well as the story of Art Nouveau itself.

  • Bringing Up Builders Through Play

    An exhibition at the National Building Museum aims to foster future design pros.

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