Caroline Massie, ARCHITECT Magazine

Caroline Massie


Gilroy, CA, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

The Top 10 States for LEED Per Capita in 2015

Last year saw the highest average among the top 10 states since 2010. → Read More

NCARB Renames the Intern Development Program

Starting in June, the requirement for aspiring architects will be called the Architectural Experience Program. → Read More

ADP Workforce Vitality Index Climbs in Q4 2015

The construction industry grew by 8.4 percent from the same period a year ago. → Read More

The Weight of Sacrifice

The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission announced on Jan. 26, 2016, that "The Weight of Sacrifice" is the winning design for the National World War I Memorial. This entry was one of five finalists in the design competition announced on Aug. 19, 2015. Read more about the competition here. Read ARCHITECT's coverage of the National WWI Memorial. → Read More

Q+A: Marvin Malecha on Architecture and Architectural Education

The NewSchool of Architecture & Design president and chief academic officer discusses the future of the profession. → Read More

Architect Scott Merrill Wins University of Notre Dame's 2016 Richard H. Driehaus Prize

The award recognizes living architects who have made significant contributions to traditional, classical, and sustainable architecture and urbanism. → Read More

Architecture Billings Index Closes 2015 in Positive Territory

The December report marks the eighth month of growing demand for design services in 2015. → Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Names Stuart Graff Its President and CEO

A Chicago native inspired by Wright's innovation, Graff will focus on improving the organization's financial stability. → Read More

Worldwide Total of Supertall Buildings Reaches 100

That number doubled over the last five years, reflecting rapid growth in the demand for skyscrapers. → Read More

AIA Responds to President Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address

The Institute outlines its legislative priorities, including reducing energy consumption in the construction industry, alleviating student debt, and supporting historic preservation. → Read More

New Richard Levy Gallery Exhibitions Feature Works by Richard Estes, James Turrell

The Albuquerque, N.M., gallery will display paintings and silkscreen prints by Estes, and a print edition of a site-specific installation that Turrell displayed at the Guggenheim Museum. → Read More

ADP: 257,000 Jobs Added in December

The year ended on a high note, with the largest employment gains reported in the last month of 2015. → Read More

The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Meets Its $2 Million Fundraising Goal

The M.Arch. program will apply to become an independent subsidiary of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in order to maintain its accreditation. → Read More

Three Trends to Expect in Architectural Practice in 2016

Last year, the profession saw a few key changes in how it does business, which will affect how it will do business in the new year. → Read More

Architecture Billings Index Fell in November

Fluctuations in billings do not reflect weakness in the construction industry, but could indicate apprehension in moving projects forward, says AIA chief economist Kermit Baker. → Read More

New Proposed Tokyo National Stadium Renderings Revealed

After scrapping Zaha Hadid’s designs in the summer, Japan is now considering two new plans for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Architects Foundation Releases Progress Report on Design and Health Research, Adds New Schools

Six academic programs join the network's 11 charter members. → Read More

ACSA Survey Reveals Increases in Architecture School Applications and Enrollments

However, more schools are reporting budget cuts compared to prior years. → Read More

The IAC Names Seven Top Firms for Interns

The practices are recognized in the annual Intern Development Program Firm Awards Program. → Read More

Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction Launches at the UN Climate Change Conference

More than 60 organizations and 18 countries pledge to limit carbon emissions from the built environment. → Read More