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The winning proposal would create a green space in place of an existing concrete
February 22,2013

 A proposal by atelierWHY to create a heavily wooded park on the downtown riverfront has taken first place in the juried ...

Hub airport for southeastern England would take pressure off overburdened Heathr
February 22,2013

The Mayor of London has appointed Zaha Hadid Architects to help create a major new airport in southeastern England.

The City of 7 Billion
February 21,2013

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows has awarded the 2013 Latrobe Prize of $100,000 for the proposal, “The City of 7...

Sliced Porosity Block combines concrete and glass towers with public plazas.
February 21,2013

Architect Steven Holl has released two short films describing the development of Sliced Porosity Block in Chengdu, China...

At more than 1 km, Kingdom Tower will be the world's tallest building.
February 21,2013

Construction team chosen for world's tallest building in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Stephen C. Wright joins Leo A Daly as Managing Principal in D.C.
February 21,2013

International architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm LEO A DALY welcomes Stephen C. Wright, AIA, as the...

Architecture Billings Index sees strongest growth since 2007
February 20,2013

The American Institute of Architects reported the January ABI score was 54.2, up sharply from 51.2 in December. This score reflects a strong...

A movable shell would create temporary exhibition/performance space for NYC.
February 19,2013

The Culture Shed, a proposed 170,000-sf project for New York City's Hudson Yards development, could be the ultimate in "pop-up" facilities....

Photo: Jackson Design & Remodeling (JDR); winner of a San Diego National Kitchen
February 18,2013

Gray color schemes and transitional styles are among the top trends identified by more than 300 kitchen and bath design experts surveyed by the...

Suffolk University’s $62 million academic building gets the go-ahead
February 17,2013

The Boston Redevelopment Authority board yesterday unanimously approved Suffolk University’s plans to move forward with a new campus building at...