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Architecture Billings Index: Back Into Negative Territory in April
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Architecture Billings Index: Back Into Negative Territory in April

Thus far, 2015 has experienced two months of growth and two months of contractions... Read more

Video Interview with 2015 AIA Gold Medal Winner Moshe Safdie
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Video Interview with 2015 AIA Gold Medal Winner Moshe Safdie

Last week at the AIA Convention, ARCHITECT editor Katie Gerfen spoke with Safdie... Read more

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What We Learn from Student Shelters at Taliesen West
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What We Learn from Student Shelters at Taliesen West

Columnist Aaron Betsky explores how two of the latest desert shelters at the... Read more

Countdown to the 2015 AIA Convention
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Countdown to the 2015 AIA Convention

As the AIA's annual event draws closer, we're sharing ideas for you to maximize... Read more

All Grown up and Nowhere to Go
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All Grown up and Nowhere to Go

Millennials are finally entering the housing market. Unfortunately, inventory is... Read more

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36SML Beach House, Designed by LevenBetts 36SML Beach House, Designed by LevenBetts

The New York firm designed the 8,000-square-foot beach house in three spokes to separate but not isolate the family's activities. Read more

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

Enter your innovative, ingenious, and compelling design strategies, digital tools, and building products in our R+D Awards program. New this year: an online submission process (finally)! Winners are published in the July issue of ARCHITECT. Read more

5 Trends Shaping The Future Of Architecture
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5 Trends Shaping The Future Of Architecture

Architects from 2015's most innovative companies look into their crystal balls and... Read more

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Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture

The Syracuse University professor and architect is organizing a two-day symposium on what he hopes is the next movement in architecture. Read more

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2015 Boston Blizzard Takes Its Toll on Region's Buildings 2015 Boston Blizzard Takes Its Toll on Region's Buildings

Record-breaking winter storms have dumped several feet of snow and ice on the city, causing buildings to buckle under the accumulated weight. Read more

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