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Q+A: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO Sean Malone Q+A: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO Sean Malone

Following last week's announcement that the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture faces accreditation loss in 2017, Malone gives a deeper insight into the school's relationship with Wright's foundation. More

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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Could Lose Accreditation in 2017 Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Could Lose Accreditation in 2017

Due to by-law changes established by the Higher Learning Commission in 2012, the school is exploring alternative options for remaking the school, which dates back to 1932. More

2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Revealed
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2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Revealed

Designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, the pavilion will open to the public... More

This Plan Could Add Micro-Apartments to the Historic Patterson Mansion
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This Plan Could Add Micro-Apartments to the Historic Patterson Mansion

A development scheme for this 1903 mansion in Washington, D.C., would create 92... More

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Practice: Beyond the House Practice: Beyond the House

How do residential architects break into new building types? More

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Second Looks Second Looks

When design-bid-build won't cut it. More

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Hall of Fame: George Suyama 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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Across the Institute: Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City Across the Institute: Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City

Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City More

Alternative Eisenhower Memorial Design Revealed by Latest Graphic
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Alternative Eisenhower Memorial Design Revealed by Latest Graphic

Several changes for the design of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial were on view... More

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splitting hairs

If architects get 25 percent of the work they go after, that's a good percentage, but that also means that for 75 percent of the work, someone is calling to say they didn't get it,” says David Hollenberg, AIA. Since June 2006, when he became university ar More

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