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Architecture Billings Index Closes 2015 in Positive Territory
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Architecture Billings Index Closes 2015 in Positive Territory

The December report marks the eighth month of growing demand for design services... Read more

Q+A: Marvin Malecha on Architecture and Architectural Education
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Q+A: Marvin Malecha on Architecture and Architectural Education

The NewSchool of Architecture & Design president and chief academic officer... Read more

Three Trends to Expect in Architectural Practice in 2016
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Three Trends to Expect in Architectural Practice in 2016

This year saw changes in firm ownership, the licensure process, and the need for... Read more

Architecture Adds 2,200 Jobs in October
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Architecture Adds 2,200 Jobs in October

Jobs in engineering and drafting services increased by 5,300, and landscape... Read more

A Crisis of Conscience
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A Crisis of Conscience

What role can architects play in helping agencies and countries struggling to... Read more

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Splacer Brings Commercial Space into the Sharing Economy Splacer Brings Commercial Space into the Sharing Economy

The curated list of homes, offices, galleries, and more aims to improve access to top-tier urban real estate for events in New York and beyond. Read more

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October Architecture Billings Index Reflects Sustained Growth in Design Market October Architecture Billings Index Reflects Sustained Growth in Design Market

AIA chief economist Kermit Baker predicts healthy business conditions going into 2016. Read more

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Prosperous Conditions Prosperous Conditions

Business is an art and a science according to Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA, 2015 AIA President, who discusses the economic factors influencing the future prosperity of architecture in the latest AIA Perspective. Read more

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Architecture Billings Index Bounces Back into Positive Territory in September Architecture Billings Index Bounces Back into Positive Territory in September

Though the latest report reflects improvements in the design market, AIA chief economist Kermit Baker warns of impending supply issues, fluctuating costs in building materials, and a lack of contractors and professionals to keep up with the demand. Read more

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Takeaways from the Guggenheim’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Women in Architecture Takeaways from the Guggenheim’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Women in Architecture

Participants took to social media to share their experiences at the day-long Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, which aimed to write notable female architects back into history. Here, Architect's Caroline Massie presents some takeaways from the event. Read more

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