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April 25,2014

The Architectural League Prize, created in 1981, "recognizes exemplary and provocative work by young practitioners and provides a public forum for...

LEGO Architecture has released a replica of the not-yet-built LEGO museum, desig
April 24,2014

LEGO Architecture has created a box set that customers can use to build replicas of the LEGO Museum, which is not yet built in real life. The...

B2 rendering, copyright SHoP
April 23,2014

At 32 stories, the B2 residential tower at Atlantic Yards has been widely lauded as a bellwether for modular construction. But only five floors...

Archibot, by Han Seok Nam courtesy ArchDaily
April 23,2014

The Archibot is intended to take technical data and translate it into full-scale physical markings on construction sites.

April 23,2014

The American Institute of Architects' Committee on the Environment has selected the top ten examples of sustainable architecture and ecological...

Photo: Albert Herring via Wikimedia Commons
April 23,2014

The March ABI score was 48.8, down sharply from a mark of 50.7 in February. This score reflects a decrease in design services.

April 22,2014

The new $44 million community is situated on eight acres, directly adjacent to the local Park-n-Ride, and a quick walk from a nearby light rail...

The terminal is expected to serve 150 million passengers per year. Renderings: c
April 22,2014

In partnership with the Nordic Office of Architecture and Haptic Architects, Grimshaw Architects has revealed its plans for the terminal of what...

According to DBIA's new report, design-build requires more than a good contract
April 21,2014

Design-build requires more than a good contract and appropriate risk allocation, says the DBIA. Everyone from the owner to the subcontractors must...

Embodying the theme “little mountains,” the 35,000-sf museum will be located in
April 18,2014
Embodying the theme “little mountains,” the 35,000-sf museum will be located in a former college laboratory building in the Studenski-grad...