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P/A Awards Past Winner Spotlight: Forward-Looking Multifamily Projects

ARCHITECT traces the evolution of the multifamily housing typology... Read more

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Call for Entries: ARCHITECT's 11th Annual R+D Awards

One final deadline extension! You now have until May 3 to submit your... Read more

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A Promising Future for Ice Architecture

Colder winters and 3D manufacturing technology could mean a new market... Read more

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vision: customize modular typologies

It all started with a loft. Dozens of lofts, actually. For 15 years, the New York City firm Resolution: 4 Architecture has relied on a steady diet of loft renovations. “Doing a lot of high-end... Read more

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Bright and Bold Seating from ICFF 2016

These statement pieces, showcased at this year's fair in the Javits... Read more

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Practice: Beyond the House

How do residential architects break into new building types? Read more

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Exhibit: 'The Outdoor Office'

With studies proving the benefits of natural light and exposure to... Read more

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Elliott and Elliott's Maine Houses, Where Modern Meets Vernacular

In Maine, a house on a meadow, a hill, the water, all reference local... Read more

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housing prototypes

housing prototypes is a cross-referenced database of multifamily projects around the world. Read more

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city rhythms

Urban infill is perhaps the most important housing typology an architect... Read more

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Exhibit: 'Stadia: Sport and Vision in Architecture'

Just in time for the Summer Olympics, Sir John Soane's Museum in London... Read more

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Book: 'The Bubble Houses of Wallace Neff'

Only one of architect Wallace Neff's bubble houses survives, in Pasadena... Read more

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Film: 'John Portman: A Life of Building'

Because of John Portman, soaring atriums and water fountains are... Read more

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Regional Design at AIA 2012

The AIA 2012 session "Connect to the World and Community: Region-Based Design and Its Connection to Culture, Community, and Place" on Thursday, May 17, was packed. Read more

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Dattner Architects and Grimshaw Architects Complete Via Verde

Gardening becomes a way of life for residents of the newly opened Via... Read more

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