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Photo: Norma Gòmez via Wikimedia Commons
October 06,2014

The 76-year-old architect sees skyscrapers and the privatization of public space to be the most problematic parts of modern city design. 

Photo: Spacecaptain via Wikimedia Commons
October 06,2014

Houston has 19 million square feet of office space under construction, 54% more than a year ago, and its highest level since the booming 1980s,...

October 06,2014

Gross billings at architecture firms have increased by 20% since 2011, according to a new report by the AIA.

Illustration: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
October 06,2014

Women account for more than half of the U.S. population. But even with significant gains over the past 25 years, their numbers and positions among...

Photo: James G. Howes via Wikimedia Commons
October 03,2014

A record 10.7 billion rides were taken on public transit in the United States last year. And a national survey of Americans finds that the speed,...

The Sydney Opera House was 1,357% over budget and completed 10 years past deadli
October 02,2014

Montreal's Olympic Stadium and the Sydney Opera House are among the landmark projects to bust their budgets, according to a new interactive graph...

Rendering of new office for NAC|Architecture, Los Angeles. Courtesy of NAC|Archi
October 01,2014

The combined firm has offices in California, Colorado, and Washington, and offers a wide range of services, from landscape architecture and...

Renderings courtesy of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange
October 01,2014

Johnson Fain and Rios Clementi Hale Studios have been commissioned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange to upgrade the all-glass church in...

Katzen Arts Center, American University, Washington, D.C., designed by EYP. Phot
October 01,2014

The merger unites 530 professionals to better address some of the most critical issues facing our nation, namely education, healthcare, and energy...

Century Villages at Cabrillo in Long Beach, Calif., is one of 11 projects select
September 30,2014

Eleven projects have been selected for the 2014 Affordable Green Neighborhoods grant program. Each will receive $31,000 and an educational package...