U.S., Canada, and Mexico Announce Reciprocity of Architect Credentials
Following a decade of negotiations, architectural regulatory authorities in the...
Five Key Metrics from the 2014 AIA Firm Survey
The 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report shows how architecture firms have (and haven't) responded to the Great Recession.
Across the Institute: In New Orleans, Washington, D.C., Houston, Boston, Salvador da Bahia, San Francisco
New Orleans, Washington, D.C., Houston, Boston, Salvador da Bahia, San Francisco
Surveying global opportunities.
Notes on cosmopolitanism.
What does an "international region" mean these days, anyway?
American Architects Follow Work Overseas to China
With work to be done in China, American architects find themselves traversing a foreign landscape.
The Global Studio builds public service architecture into a sustainable business model.
The Seattle-based firm delivers architectural expertise to underserved communities at home and abroad.
U.S. Pavilion Theme Announced for Venice Architecture Biennale
The U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, which kicks off Aug. 29 and ends Nov. 25, will showcase more than 100 projects offering a glimpse of what’s ahead.
International Architecture Student Competition
The Hoop Cup 2012 invites architecture students worldwide to design a cultural complex consisting of engaging outdoor spaces.