• Design for Decades: Civic Buildings

    Civic buildings highlight the intersection of city government, community interaction, and public education. This slide show from the American Institute of Architects features a wide range of civic design projects by its members, including courthouses, federal office buildings, children's shelter...

     
  • Robert Ivy to Become AIA Executive Vice President/CEO

    The AIA has announced that Robert Ivy, the editor-in-chief of Architectural Record since 1996, will become the institute’s new executive vice president and CEO.

     
  • Design for Decades: Residential Projects

    From single-family homes and condominium high-rises to multifamily projects and a meditation hut, this slideshow from the American Institute of Architects' Design for Decades initiative features some of the talented works of AIA members.

     
  • Design for Decades: Cultural Facilities

    The American Institute of Architects’ Design for Decades initiative showcases the design work of its members, practicing architects nationwide. This slide show features some of the AIA’s members’ designs for cultural facilities. Each facility references its community's history and reflects its...

     
  • Design for Decades: Educational Facilities

    The American Institute of Architects’ Design for Decades initiative showcases the design work of its members, practicing architects nationwide. This slide show features some of the AIA’s members’ designs for educational facilities.

     
  • Robert A.M. Stern Receives 2011 Driehaus Prize

    New York–based architect and Yale architecture dean Robert A.M. Stern is the 2011 winner of the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture.

     
  • View from the northeast

    Weekend House on Lake Superior

    Annual Design Review 2010: Live: Award

     
  • Wall murals by Carmen Lomas Garza depict papel picado, a Mexican cut-paper folk art, as well as provide decoration for the 500-foot sound wall.

    New Hope Housing at Brays Crossing

    Annual Design Review 2010: Live: Award

     
  • Gwynne Pugh Departs Pugh + Scarpa to Focus on Urban Design

    Award-winning Pugh + Scarpa Architects will no longer practice with its two named partners at the helm: Gwynne Pugh has left the firm to start Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio.

     
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    Award: RUBBiSH (Recycled Rubber Sinks)

    In the world of green, worth is usually measured in acronyms—VOCs, IAQ, FSC, etc. Minarc's rubber sink, however, has a pedigree so pure, no acronyms are necessary.

     
  • The G-List

    Lance Hosey surveyed 150 sustainability experts about the best green buildings of the past 30 years. What did he learn?

     
  • Bill Moggridge and Caroline Baumann

    Bill Moggridge and Caroline Baumann

    The new director and the associate director of the Cooper-Hewitt offer a glimpse of galleries to come.

     
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    10 for ’20

    Ten ideas—from technology to culture—about changes that could (or should) occur in green building.

     
  • Less = The New More

    We asked 1,000 architects what they're making. The answer: less than last year, on average.