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The Technology to Master in Architecture in 2017

Nine leaders in digital practice and design name the existing technologies that firms and individuals—including themselves—need to learn this year. Read More



"Architect" Goes to Jail, World Shrugs

Aaron Betsky asks: Does the arrest of an unlicensed architect make the profession better? Read More



The Winners of the 2017 AIA Housing Awards

This year, the Institute picked 14 winning projects that represent the best in housing design. Read More



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Material Trends to Watch in 2017

At the beginning of the year, Blaine Brownell explored what innovations in renewable energy and building materials you should be tracking. Read More



Alternate Path to Licensure for Experienced Professionals

Designers with more than five years of experience can now satisfy the NCARB Architectural Experience Program's requirements by completing an online portfolio of work. Read More



Michael Graves' First Commission Hits the Market

Designed before the late architect made a name for himself as a postmodern master, the Hanselmann House is listed for $265,000. Read More


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Netflix and Build: “Abstract: The Art of Design”

As part of a new documentary series on design, Bjarke Ingels dives into his firm’s projects and process. Read More



Six Products to Outfit Architects and Their Desks

This roundup of workplace gear provides form and function to studios that value simplicity. Read More



9 More Alternative Careers for Architects

For designers looking for a different profession without significant retraining or time off work, here are several opportunities and success stories. (A followup to our 2016 story.) Read More



Frank Lloyd Wright's Penfield House is Back on the Market

This 1,730-square-foot house in Ohio is one of the nine Usonian houses the architect designed in the state, and can be yours for $1.3 million. Read More



Buy This Private Island with Two Wright-Attributed Houses

Accessible by boat or aircraft, the 11-acre Petra Island, with a guest house designed by the late master and a residence inspired by him, is yours for $15 million. Read More



Days Before Hurricane Harvey Hit Texas, Trump Repealed Flood Planning Rules

In light of the effects of climate change, many architects were baffled by the decision to undo a key directive that modernized flood management policy. Read More



The Winners of the 64th Progressive Architecture Awards

The jury recognized 12 projects in the 2017 version of our long-running awards program that recognizes unbuilt (but commissioned) work. Read More




This house in Kerhonkson, N.Y., by Studio MM Architect uses shou sugi ban for an elegant exterior and a large cantilevered deck. Read More



Shifting Gears in Today’s Workforce

Architects share their attitudes about retirement, firm succession, and growing within their firms. Read More



The 2017 Institute Honor Awards for Architecture

Eleven projects were recognized this year in the architecture portion of the AIA's annual awards program. Read More



Studio Libeskind and Steven Holl Object to President Trump's Travel Ban

In their statements on the president's policy, both firms stressed how their employees speak more than a dozen languages. Read More



Criminal Investigation Following Reports of Banned Cladding on Grenfell Tower

U.K. prime minister Theresa May has also opened a public inquiry about safety following the deadly fire. Read More



The Six Affordable Veteran Housing

A winner of several awards this year, Brooks + Scarpa designed this modern multifamily residence as affordable housing for disabled veterans. Read More



Design Programs Targeted Under the New Administration

While the Pentagon squashed a report identifying $125 billion in bloat, Ned Cramer writes, the rumored template for the

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