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A Cooper Hewitt Exhibition Showcases Designs to Better America

The museum will present 60 design projects that improve social issues like limited access to health care, transportation, and affordable housing. → Read More

Five Winning Designs Reimagine Philip Johnson's New York State Pavilion

The New York State Pavilion Ideas Competition was an open call to redesign the decrepit but iconic structure as a historical landmark of Queens, N.Y., and a community center. → Read More

A Look at Some of Olympic Host Rio de Janeiro’s Most Influential Architecture

To mark the 2016 Summer Games, ARCHITECT rounded up some of the Brazilian city’s iconic sites. → Read More

See the Engineering Feats Shortlisted for the 2016 Structural Awards

The annual program recognizes the structural engineers that make some of the world's most renowned new designs possible. → Read More

Eastside Human Services

The Eastside Human Services facility, designed for the Denver Department of Human Services is an architecture that is responsible to more than itself. Housing numerous services for the city’s poorest families and most vulnerable foster children, the project creates a dynamic, welcoming atmosphere and point of civic pride within one of Denver’s historically underserved neighborhoods. By… → Read More

AIA Colorado's 2016 Young Architects Awards Gala Highlights Emerging AEC Professionals

The program honors architects and designers who've worked in the industry for fewer than ten years. → Read More

A Modular House Built with Chicken Wire and Cement Mortar

Indian architect Anupama Kundoo designed the Full Fill Home prototype, currently on display at the Venice Architecture Biennale, to be built quickly, withstand seismic loads, and require minimal furniture. → Read More

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Names the Winners of its 2016 Tall Building Awards

The Chicago-based nonprofit recognizes towers and components globally for their contributions to design, building performance, and urban planning. → Read More

Six Events to Check Out This Week at the London Festival of Architecture

The 2016 line-up features more than 200 events, including exhibitions, talks, and more throughout London. Here are six happenings that you shouldn't miss. → Read More

Six Proposals Shortlisted to Design the New Museum of London Location

The winning design will be announced by the end of the summer, and the museum is scheduled to open by 2021. → Read More

Artist Katharina Grosse Converts a Deteriorating Structure into Vibrant Sculptural Art

The "Rockaway!" outdoor installation, a collaboration between MoMA PS1 and Rockaway Artists Alliance, opens in July. → Read More

AK360: The Albright-Knox Art Gallery Expansion Plan

OMA is announced as the firm that will enhance the museum and further the resurgence of the surrounding community. → Read More

Now You Too Can Own an AIA Gold Medal ... Coin

The American Institute of Architects is teaming up with the U.S. Mint to put one half of the AIA Gold Medal on a new palladium collector coin. → Read More

SFMOMA Reopens to the Public

The highly anticipated Snøhetta-designed expansion opened over the weekend. → Read More