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A Methodical Examination of the Houses by Josef Frank

The late architect once wrote, “We should design our surroundings as if they... More

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Jane Jacobs Was No Upstart

Robert Kanigel's biography, "Eyes on the Street," offers a vivid picture of the... More

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National Institute of Building Sciences Council Outlines New Priorities for AEC Industryweaetxdyvaydzcwq

The council provides policy recommendations to the White House and Congress, focusing on the industry's workforce, resilient construction, and code enforcement. More

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Seven Awesome Connected Home Products Displayed at CES

Smarter thermostats, connected kitchen displays, and multi-tasking light bulbs are just a few of the household innovations awaiting consumers. More

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Housing In 2015: Four Reasons For Optimism (And One For Worry)

Increased hiring and high rents could make this a banner year for homebuying. But a looming decision by the Federal Reserve could scare off potential buyers and disrupt the housing recovery. More

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Steven Holl wins 2014 Praemium Imperiale Award

The Japan Art Association has awarded laureates in five artistic fields not recognized by the Nobel Prize; Holl is the 26th recipient in architecture. More

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Hall of Fame: George Suyama

Since opening his firm in 1971, George Suyama has become known for tranquil houses that blend seamlessly with nature and the land. More

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Book: Star Product Designers

Steal your favorite designers’ sketch pads and watch their projects come alive. More

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Book Review: The Greenest Home

A new book on superinsulated and passive house design, by Julie Torres Moskovitz. More

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June Williamson's New Book Revisits the Future of Suburbia

The global age of the city is upon us. But as June Williamson reminds us, architects and designers shouldn’t give up on the quest to retrofit suburbia. More

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