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Free tours will be offered, starting in May. Photo: Jack E. Boucher, August, 196
March 24,2014

The 14-story tower, one of only two Wright-designed high-rises to be built, has been off limits to the public since its construction in 1950.

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March 21,2014

The Singapore Bamboo Skyscraper competition invited design teams to explore the possibilities of using bamboo as the dominant material in a high-...

March 21,2014

Established in 2003 by the Notre Dame School of Architecture, the $200,000 Richard H. Driehaus Prize is awarded to a living architect whose work...

All renderings: Perkins Eastman
March 20,2014

When complete, the Wharf will feature approximately 3 million sf of new residential, office, hotel, retail, cultural, and public uses, including...

Designed by Centerbrook Architects and Planners, the Hotchkiss School's new Biom
March 20,2014

From bold structural glulam designs to striking textured wall and ceiling schemes, these award-winning building projects showcase the design...

March 19,2014

 The American Institute of Architects (AIA) reported that the February ABI score was 50.7, up slightly from a mark of 50.4 in January.

The competition is Fast Company's take on March Madness. Image: courtesy Fast Co
March 19,2014
Fast Company's Bracket Madness tournament pits 32 designers against each other to see who truly is the world's greatest living designer. ...
Charles Dalluge will be part of the firm’s executive leadership team and respons
March 18,2014

CEO Griff Davenport announces addition of Dalluge to executive leadership team

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March 17,2014

China's goal, according to Koolhaas, is to de-incentivize migration into already overcrowded cities. 

March 13,2014

The 58-story DC Tower 1 is the first of two high-rises designed by Dominique Perrault Architecture for Vienna's skyline.