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October 15,2014

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Labour announced that they will start using drones to help inspectors record when construction sites are...

Renderings courtesy Macklowe Properties
October 15,2014

Concrete has been poured for the final floors of the residential high-rise at 432 Park Avenue in New York City, making it the city’s second-...

October 14,2014

Taiwan will soon have its first Richard Meier building, a 535-foot apartment tower in Taichung City, the country’s third-largest city.

Renderings courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects
October 10,2014

The project sees a departure from Hadid’s well-known use of concrete, fiberglass, and resin. Instead, the primary material will be timber, curved...

September 24,2014

Plans for a new hotel in the Persian Gulf are taking Dubai’s Palm Islands concept to a whole new level—underwater, that is.

Images courtesy Biomuseo. Photo: ©Fernando Alda
September 24,2014

Gehry's design for the Biomuseo, or Museum of Biodiversity, draws inspiration from the site's natural and cultural surroundings, including local...

September 11,2014

For the 13th consecutive year, Cintas Corporation is back with its popular America’s Best Restroom Contest. A team of survey editors once again...

Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright School at risk of losing accreditation
August 27,2014

The Frank Lloyd School of Architecture may be stripped of its ability to confer Master of Architects students based on a revised by-law of the...

Photo: Zaha Hadid Architects
August 22,2014

Hadid claims the reviewer falsely implied her indifference toward the plight of migrant workers in the Middle East, including those working on her...

August 12,2014

The city of St. Petersburg, Fla., invites firms to submit their ideas for a new and improved pier for Florida's fifth largest city.