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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

NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to Discontinue the Use of “Intern”
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NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to...

The organization’s Future Title Task Force recommended restricting regulatory... Read more

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Q+A: Aaron Betsky and a New Era for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Q+A: Aaron Betsky and a New Era for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

The ARCHITECT contributor talks about the school's path to autonomy, its fundraising efforts, and the goal of expansion. 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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Kate Orff Named Director of Columbia University's Graduate Urban Design Program Kate Orff Named Director of Columbia University's Graduate Urban Design Program

The founder and partner of New York–based landscape architecture studio SCAPE has been named director of the Urban Design Program for the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Read more

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Architectural League of New York Names 2015 Emerging Voices Winners Architectural League of New York Names 2015 Emerging Voices Winners

The program recognizes eight rising firms and individuals hailing from across North America and whose work impacts the disciplines of architecture, landscape design, and urbanism. Read more

Architecture Schools Indicate Interest in NCARB's New Licensure Proposal
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Architecture Schools Indicate Interest in NCARB's New...

Thirty-eight schools responded to the National Council of Architectural... Read more

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Seeking the Wright Path at Taliesin West Seeking the Wright Path at Taliesin West

As official plans to save Taliesin West are formalized, the remaining Legacy Fellows struggle to maintain the aging Arizona sanctuary in the spirit of their former master. Read more

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The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What? The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What?

The detailed outcomes of the grassroots study were released today during the third annual symposium organized by the AIA San Francisco committee. Read more

Cards Against Urbanity: Getting Snarky About Cities
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Cards Against Urbanity: Getting Snarky About Cities

“The card game for horrible places” brings together gamers and a new generation... Read more

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