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The Housing Deficit

If Ben Carson survives the Jan. 12 confirmation hearings and becomes HUD... Read more

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AIA Reworks Governing Structure

At the 2014 AIA National Convention in Chicago this week, the American Institute of Architects created new governing structure, which shrinks the current board and adds a new Strategic Council. Read more

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AIA Signs Letter Opposing the Proposed Repeal of the Federal Government's 2030 Targets

The letter, which was signed by nearly 500 businesses, argues that the... Read more

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The Ambitious But Flawed "House Housing"

An exhibit at the Center for Architecture in New York explores the... Read more

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How Trump Plans to Fix the Nation's Infrastructure

The President-elect's ambitious proposal relies on private financing,... Read more

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Ben Carson Questioned in HUD Secretary Confirmation Hearing

The former neurosurgeon discussed the connection between health and our... Read more

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Scaling Up Sustainability from Buildings to Cities

A new era of programs aims to apply high-performance design practices... Read more

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President-Elect Donald Trump Picks Ben Carson to Head HUD

"I feel that I can make a significant contribution particularly by... Read more

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64th Annual P/A Awards: Deadlines Extended

Enter your unbuilt and ongoing projects in the Progressive Architecture... Read more

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How Trump's Potential Budget Cuts to the EPA Could Affect the Building Industry

The administration is eyeing a 24 percent reduction in the Environmental... Read more

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The AIA's Eight Climate Change Principles for Architects and Policymakers

Climate change is "one of the biggest global crises of the 21st century." Read more

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How to Avoid Employee Burnout

Practitioners and psychologists weigh in on tactics to promote a healthy... Read more

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Is Columbus's Modernist Legacy at Risk?

Columbus, Ind., has one of the most celebrated concentrations of... Read more

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Rethinking the Refugee Camp

Architects have long been celebrated for their innovative designs for... Read more

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council of state governments adopts energy-efficient buildings legislation

During the recently held annual conference of The Council of State Governments (CSG), the organization voted on a bill that not only aligns with the goals of Architecture 2030 and The American... Read more

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