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Arch Madness: Here Are The Projects That Slid Into The Sweet Sixteen
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Arch Madness: Here Are The Projects That Slid Into The Sweet Sixteen

ARCHITECT magazine's first round of Arch Madness voting has closed, and 16 of the... More

U.S. Architecture Firms See a Near-Complete Recovery Since Great Recession
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U.S. Architecture Firms See a Near-Complete Recovery Since Great Recession

The AIA’s latest survey reports that growing profitability has allowed firms to... More

An Illustrated History of Frank Lloyd Wright
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An Illustrated History of Frank Lloyd Wright

A new book provides a brief but colorful look into the life and legacy of the... More

Did Frank Lloyd Wright Design Homes That Could Sustain the Ideal Suburban Model?
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Did Frank Lloyd Wright Design Homes That Could Sustain the Ideal Suburban Model?

ARCHITECT contributor Aaron Betsky visits Wright's 1893 residence for William... More

Where to List Modernist Real Estate
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Where to List Modernist Real Estate

These seven websites have the best listings for mid-century architecture. More

More Women Entered the Architectural Profession in 2015
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More Women Entered the Architectural Profession in 2015

The number of individuals working toward licensure also reached an all-time high... More

What Architects Create When They Play With Lego
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What Architects Create When They Play With Lego

Architects from Bjarke Ingels Group, HWKN, SHoP, and more put their Lego skills to... More

The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015
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The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015

Plus, NCARB reports that last year also saw the most individuals ever preparing... More

Stupid, Happy Homes
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Stupid, Happy Homes

The smart home is all the rage, but does it really make us happier? Architect... More

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The Resilient Home The Resilient Home

Residential design as a creative way to negotiate habitation and nature. More

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