An Illustrated History of Frank Lloyd Wright
A new book provides a brief but colorful look into the life and legacy of the...
More Women Entered the Architectural Profession in 2015
The number of individuals working toward licensure also reached an all-time high...
The Number of Architects in the U.S. Grew in 2015
Plus, NCARB reports that last year also saw the most individuals ever preparing...
Architecture Hiring Continues to Climb in January
The increases for the practice mirror national, industry-wide payroll gains for...
Negotiation 101: How To Sell Design Ideas To Skeptical Clients
Fast Company presents five persuasive tactics to get clients to buy in to your...
Formaldehyde Scandal Could Have Ripple Effects
The Lumber Liquidators case has put the national spotlight on the dangers of...
Architects considering product design have long looked to hardware as a starting point. These knobs and levers employ the formal and material signatures of their creators' work.
Modifying Pre-Drawn Plans Saves Money on a Custom Home
Rather than breaking the bank on ground-up architectural fees, this project serves as a great example of how a challenging lot situation can be handled by modifying a pre-drawn stock plan.
5 Insanely Creative Realty Videos
Mashable's Amy Mae Elliott circles the globe to find five clever case studies that...
Hanley Wood Appoints Katie Gerfen to Editor of ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME and Residential Architect
Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, has announced that Katie Gerfen has been promoted to serve as Editor of four prominent media brands: ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME, and Residential Architect.