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Past articles by Chelsea:

Professor and Architect Diane Lewis Dies at 65

Known for her teaching practices and architecture career, the New York design figure leaves behind a legacy of advocacy. → Read More

The Winners of the 2017 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers

This year, the Architectural League of New York selected six young architecture and design practices, whose work will be exhibited over the summer and via a lecture series. → Read More

Manhattan Districts 1/2/5 Garage & Spring Street Salt Shed

Dattner Architects, WXY Architecture + Urban Design → Read More

Michael Hansmeyer's Dizzying Piece for the Centre Pompidou

The detail-obsessed architect and programmer has churned out an installation so complex that he needed a supercomputer to pull it off. → Read More

AIA Announces 2017 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects

Each year for more than two decades, the AIA's Committee on the Environment has honored the best in sustainable architecture and ecological design. → Read More

AIA and American Library Assocation Announce 2017 Library Building Awards

The annual awards recognized eight projects—seven domestic and one international—for reflecting their local communities. → Read More

Michelle Obama to Speak at AIA's Conference on Architecture

A champion of several initiatives aimed at improving the well-being of communities, the former first lady, writer, and lawyer will talk on the first day of the annual architecture gathering. → Read More

The Met Breuer

Project Description FROM DOCOMOMO US: The jury awards a Citation of Merit for the restoration of The Met Breuer. Speaking for the jury, Deborah Dietsch and Joan Blumenfeld, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED, ID+C stated, “For decades, Marcel Breuer’s Whitney Museum was threatened with insensitive additions and alterations. A once reviled building that has become a familiar and well-loved icon is one of the… → Read More

Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center

Project Description FROM THE ARCHITECTS: The Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center is a community resource that promotes and celebrates dance education in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Located in a former industrial building, Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture developed a series of dramatic interventions that transform the exterior and create bright and airy dance studios, offices, a library, and… → Read More

Voices from Women in Architecture on 'A Day Without A Woman'

Architects and designers explain why and how they are participating in the demonstration, which aims to highlight the economic and social inequities women face worldwide. → Read More

The Winners of the 2017 AIA Young Architects Awards

The American Institute of Architects picked 14 architects for the annual award, which recognizes individuals who have made significant strides early on in their career. → Read More

BIG Wins Contest to Design S. Pellegrino’s New Headquarters

The Danish firm beat out three others with a proposal that celebrates the Italian bottling factory’s industrial history. → Read More

Denise Scott Brown Wins Jane Drew Prize

The AIA Gold Medalist won the annual prize that highlights the work of a female architect that has encouraged diversity and inclusiveness within the practice. → Read More

Christo Walks Away from “Over the River” Battle

After over 20 years of trying to realize the installation over a Midwest river, the artist has abandoned one of his most prolific projects due to his disapproval of President Donald Trump. → Read More

ARCOM Purchases BIM-to-Specification InterSpec

The merger between the two will allow architects, engineers, and the construction industry to access leading specification content and technology tools. → Read More

Oscar Niemeyer’s Hotel Nacional Gets a Second Life

After its 20-year retirement, the Rio de Janeiro hotel has been revived and is preparing for business. → Read More

Antarctic Research Center Has to Move Due to Chasms in Ice Shelf

After five years at its current location, the Halley VI Antarctic Research Center will relocate inland to avoid being stranded on an iceberg. → Read More

AIA’s Board Appoints Two New Public Directors

Ron Miller and Katharine Weymouth will advise and supplement the AIA Board with their respective expertise in engineering, marketing, management, and media. → Read More

Ceren Bingol Named Interim Architect-in-Residence at Cranbrook Academy of Art

The former OMA senior architect will succeed Bill Massie. → Read More

Rubell Family Collection Will Move to New Miami Campus

In December 2018, the massive contemporary art collection will move from its original 40,000-square-foot location to a new 2.5-acre site designed by Selldorf Architects. → Read More