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Best Practices: Revamp Your Firms' Website

Architects' sites tend to suffer from the same set of problems. Here's a guide to avoiding those mistakes and ensuring that your practice puts its best face forward online. More

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USGBC Announces 2014 Leadership Award Winners

The winners of this year’s awards represent sustainable design and construction in... More

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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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Batman's Latest: Death by Cliché

In Chip Kidd’s latest graphic novel, “Batman: Death by Design,” the Caped Crusader and the Joker are joined by a cast of architectural archetypes. The result, sadly, is one big cliché. More

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Swale Tale

Rogers Marvel Architects recently parlayed overburdened sewers into a pivotal design for a mixed-income, mixed-use housing development on a brownfield site bordering Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Gowanus Canal. More

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an eye for detail

Robert C. Lautman's first photography job was as an Army shutterbug in World War II. After the war, he discovered architectural photography and over the subsequent decades became one of its top practitioners. More

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character studies

Kevin Defreitas Architects, AIA: Ribbon font from Gemini Signs. More

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peripheral vision

An increasing number of architects, it seems, are getting paid to design Web sites and product packaging and to invent brand identities. More

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painting on fridays

Jeremiah Eck started his residential practice in Boston with $30 in his pocket and little more than a pencil to draw with. Twenty-eight years later, the firm is thriving and Eck, FAIA, has taken up a paintbrush, retreating to his backyard studio each Friday to work on his landscape canvases. More

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Picture Perfect

Leland Roth's Shingle Styles and Ann Wall Frank's Northwest Style will look nice on a table in your office. More

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