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Criminal Investigation Following Reports of Banned Cladding on Grenfell Tower

U.K. prime minister Theresa May has also opened a public inquiry... Read more

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AIA Arizona Awards Two Protectors of Architecture

Columnist Aaron Betsky applauds the local chapter for recognizing Zach... Read more

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R.W. Glasner Studio and Edgar Miller's Arts and Crafts Legacy

Aaron Betsky visits the famed compound of artist studios started by... Read more

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Lake|Flato Designs a Not-So-Big-Box Home Improvement Store

For retailer TreeHouse's second location, in Dallas, the San... Read more

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Via 57 West and the Complexity of Compact Living

Aaron Betsky finds a pleasant escape in the atypical form of the latest... Read more

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How Affordable Housing is Driving Passive House Design

A grassroots effort started by Philadelphia-based design firm Onion... Read more

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MIT's Mediated Matter Group Builds a Synthetic Apiary to Help Save Bees

The research team directed by associate professor Neri Oxman documented... Read more

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The AEC Industry's Deadly Problem

Architecture and construction rank high on a recent report listing... 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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Redesigning Lathrop

The Chicago Housing Authority is transforming one of its oldest projects... Read more

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Zoning New York's Supertalls

Should the city's code be updated to better regulate aeries for 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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Jane Jacobs Was No Upstart

Robert Kanigel's biography, "Eyes on the Street," offers a vivid picture... 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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Greenbuild and ArchitectureBoston Expo Happening in November

Custom builders looking for ways to expand, improve, or green their business have two opportunities to take courses, view new products and technologies, and network with peers. Read more

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