May 4, 2007 Reed Kroloff Appointed Director of Cranbrook Academy of Art
April 30, 2007 The Field Paoli Forum: Roundtable with Author and Environmental Activist Hunter Lovins
April 18, 2007 Hudson World Bridge: An architect's proposal to span the Hudson River would be a gathering place like no other. By Fred Bernstein -- Eytan Kaufman [images]
March 27, 2007 NEA Director of Design Jeff Speck to Resign in May
City planner heading back to planning cities.
November 16, 2006 EPA 2006 National Awards for Smart Growth Achievement: Winners offer lessons for us all
September 29, 2006 U-R-E is O-U-T: Hanley Wood buys Architecture and Architectural Lighting magazines as it readies for launch of Architect
September 29, 2006 Report from IDSA 06: Elements of Change (and architecture)
Julie D. Taylor
August 17, 2006 Inflatable Architecture (and more!) On View in Anaheim August 19-27
July 17, 2006 Exhibition Review: "Portable" at Storefront for Art and Architecture through August 5
Three artists consider the nomadic impulse to brave the unknown and the sedentary urge to hoard and build
July 5, 2006 Resort Hotels of the Future: Students' Winning Designs Shine
February 14, 2006 Feb. '06 Build Business: The Other Side of the Table: An Inside View of the Selection Process
January 14, 2006 On View: "Santiago Calatrava: The Architect's Studio" at the University Art Museum, Santa Barbara, California
Buildings take wing and bulls stampede in an exhibit exploring the architect's design process
December 1, 2005 Dec. '05 Build Business: Why Hire a Marketing Staff?
No longer considered unethical and tacky, marketing has morphed into an essential tool for savvy A/E/C firms.
October 4, 2005 Oct. '05 Build Business: The International Development Scene: What's Hot for the A/E/C Industry?
September 27, 2005 The Rise of the Few: Key Ingredients for the World's Tallest Skyscrapers
Q&A with Ron Klemencic, Chairman, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
September 13, 2005 Op-Ed: Modern Ironies: Notes on Losing the Bunshaft's Travertine House (1963)
September 7, 2005 Sept. '05 Build Business: Marketing from the Inside Out
August 2, 2005 August '05 Build Business: PR Tips from Two Pros
July 6, 2005 July '05 Build Business: The Perfect Storm: Surviving through Succession Planning
July 6, 2005 Op-Ed: The 2012 New York Olympics is lost. Long live the 2014 New York World's Fair.
June 7, 2005 June '05 Build Business: Presentations Wanted: Alive, Not Dead
May 31, 2005 Sustainable Urbanism Tops the Agenda as World Environment Day Comes to the U.S. June 1-5
As sustainable design champions put the pedal to the scrap metal, they've got their eye on the distant prize - sustainable urbanism. They want your buy-in. They want it now.
May 5, 2005 May '05 Build Business: Client Loyalty -- What You Don't Know Could Hurt You
April 5, 2005 April '05 Build Business: Generating the Most Profitable Fees
March 1, 2005 March '05 Build Business: Diversity Is Harmony: Making Music Not Noise
February 8, 2005 Feb. '05 Build Business: Marketing Technology: Connecting, Communicating, and Collaborating
The first in an exclusive series focusing on marketing and business development best practices.
October 26, 2004 Exclusive Principal's Report Survey: Is Offshore Outsourcing an Idea Whose Time has Come?
October 14, 2004 Exhibition Review: "RED + WHITE: Canadians in Design" at Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London
The future of Canadian design on show in London features rocket suits, tea pots, leather boots, and more from Canada's hottest young talent.
October 1, 2004 New York Celebrates 2nd Annual Architecture Week 10/4-10/04
Events include exhibitions, parties, conferences, movies, a Design-In Marathon, and openhousenewyork - and marks the 1st anniversary of the Center for Architecture.
September 23, 2004 INSIGHT: Ticking the Right Boxes: In today's quest to add value at all costs, are we not losing sight of the most important aspect of all - the architecture itself?
April 7, 2004 Obituary: Pierre Koenig, 78, Architect, Modernist, Teacher
March 1, 2004 Hopes are Ever Higher: Friends of the High Line and NYC Issue Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for High Line Master Plan
February 10, 2004 And the Winners Are: New Housing New York Competition Winners
Inspiring designs for affordable, sustainable housing on view through March at NYC's Center for Architecture.
December 8, 2003 Modernism for Sale: Richard Mandel House by Edward Durell Stone
November 14, 2003 INSIGHT: The Might-Have-Been Memorial
September 29, 2003 Survival of the Fittest
Efficient and effective support staff adds dollars to your bottom line.
July 15, 2003 The Noguchi Room at Keio University: Saved or Destroyed?
April 14, 2003 2003 Call For Submissions for Architectural Graphic Standards First Annual: "Architectural Entries, Openings, and Doorways"
March 17, 2003 Fox Departs Fox & Fowle
January 31, 2003 WTC Proposals: Who's Saying What Worldwide (updated 04/18/03)
January 2, 2003 INSIGHT: Hunkering Down While Gearing Up for the New Year
10 questions firm leaders should ask themselves as they move into 2003.
December 23, 2002 A Brief Note From the Editor
December 13, 2002 PointOfView: Future of the World Trade Center Site: It's the Chessboard, Not the Chess Pieces, that Matter Now - By the Van Alen Institute
December 12, 2002 ArchNewsNow Scoop: World Architecture Magazine Scaling Back from Monthly to Annual
December 10, 2002 ArchNewsNow Editor Wears Two Hats: AIA New York Chapter Launches Recast OCULUS Magazine; Names Kristen Richards Editor
December 2, 2002 Inspiring Design: Winners of Architecture for Humanity's Mobile HIV/AIDS Health Clinic Design Competition
A select group of entries from 50 countries will be part of an international traveling exhibition launching this week in New York City.
November 21, 2002 The Multi Purpose Platform (MPP) Bunker: Portable, Watertight, Bombproof - and then some
Though not-yet priced for Home Depot shelves, this clever pod has multiple applications.
November 14, 2002 Standing Room Only: Promosedia: 26th International Chair Exhibition
Udine, Italy: Despite a shaky global economy, thousands turned out to wander acres of seating products ranging from museum classics to the futuristic.
October 31, 2002 Who What When - 10/31/02: dates & deadlines, noteworthy, on the boards, names and faces
October 30, 2002 Philadelphia Waterfront Revival: Liberty Landing by Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates
October 18, 2002 Finalists Selected for Pentagon Memorial
October 17, 2002 And the Winners Are: AIA Chicago Design Excellence Awards
October 14, 2002 Dhaka Apollo Hospital in Bangladesh by SmithGroup
October 4, 2002 Exhibition: Me, Myself and Infrastructure: Private Lives and Public Works in America at the National Building Museum
October 3, 2002 A New Shortlist after Holl and Cornell Part Ways
September 30, 2002 Who What When - 9/30/02: deadlines, of interest, on the boards, and people on the move
September 27, 2002 Dream Teams No Longer Just a Dream for Ground Zero
Lower Manhattan Development Corporation announces shortlist of international architects and planners who will help shape the future of Lower Manhattan.
September 25, 2002 The Real Thing: Arne Jacobsen: A Centenary Exhibition at Scandinavia House, New York City, September 27 - November 9
September 18, 2002 Something Old is New Again: Avaya Communications Headquarters by Fox & Fowle Architects
Basking Ridge, New Jersey: A dated corporate campus building takes on a new identity for a new company.
September 11, 2002 9/11: A Reflection
September 10, 2002 Exhibition: "Gio Ponti: A World" at the Design Museum in London
September 6, 2002 Who What When - 9/6/02: deadlines, of interest, on the boards, and people on the move
September 3, 2002 Natural Resources Defense Council Santa Monica Office by Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists
Santa Monica, California: Urban adaptive re-use and green design are combined to provide a model that both an environmental organization and an architect hope will inspire others.
August 15, 2002 It's Official: Ground Zero Design Study Underway, and Architects and Planners Around the World Are (finally) Invited
People spoke, and the powers-that-be listened (what took them so long?).
August 15, 2002 Who What When - 8/15/02: of interest, on the boards, firm news, and people on the move
August 5, 2002 Respecting and Renewing History: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art by UN Studio and Fox & Fowle Architects
Changing and re-arranging (and eliminating) decades of architectural additions will give an astonishing collection - and visitors - room to breathe.
July 26, 2002 Six Teams Named Finalists in the Public Plaza Design Competition for 55 Water Street in Downtown Manhattan
July 25, 2002 Who What When - 7/25/02: of interest, on the boards, firm news, and people on the move
July 24, 2002 Developers Embrace AIACC's New Certified Development Strategist Designation
Architects who expand their skills to include all aspects of the development process find expanded business opportunities.
July 18, 2002 Who What When - 7/18/02: honors, firm news, on the boards, and people on the move
July 15, 2002 Ground Zero: A Week for Unveilings, Exhibitions, Discussions, and Debates
July 11, 2002 Unveiled Vintage: Le Clos Jordan Winery by Frank O. Gehry & Associates
Lincoln, Ontario: A new winery will seem to float above the vineyard.
June 28, 2002 Timely Pairing: Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative Pairs a Pritzker Prize Winner with a Young Jordanian Architect: Álvaro Siza and Sahel Al-Hiyari
June 19, 2002 Who What When - 06/19/02
A little bit of everything: deadlines, firm news, on the boards, exhibition alerts, and honors
June 12, 2002 Who What When - 06/12/02
A little bit of everything: deadlines, upcoming events, honors, firm news, on the boards, and people on the move
June 11, 2002 ArchNewsNow listed by Crain's Detroit as 2002 Best National Internet Site in Architecture
June 6, 2002 Under Construction: Bard College Performing Arts Center by Frank O. Gehry & Associates
June 5, 2002 All Ameri-CAN Winners of the 6th Annual International CANSTRUCTION® Competition
May 31, 2002 Big Doings for the Big Apple: Starting tomorrow, and over the next two weeks, there's a wealth of events surrounding the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan
Special programs offered by The Municipal Art Society, Van Alen Institute, the Center for Architecture, and the NYU Real Estate Institute.
May 30, 2002 Commentary: Shared Values By Robert Fielden, ArchD, FAIA
May 24, 2002 So Much to Learn: Canadian Centre for Architecture 2002 - 2003 Research Fellowships Awarded
Scholars from five countries take on research projects; applications for next year are due in November.
May 17, 2002 HOK Selected as Master Designer for $939 million Midfield Terminal at Indianapolis International Airport
May 8, 2002 Switch-On: Huawei Technologies Corporate Data and Command Center by RTKL
Shenzhen, China: A world class data/command center is under construction in China's first free trade zone.
April 30, 2002 Cheung Kong Center Footbridge by Leo A Daly and Ove Arup & Partners Receives Special Award from the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
April 23, 2002 The AIA California Council Offers Certification Program for Development Strategists: New CDS designation reflects global role of architects - and new business development opportunities.
April 16, 2002 Book Review: SOM Journal 1: An Outside Jury of Architects, Artists, and Critics Judge Offers Objective Assessments of In-house Entries for the Debut of a Unique Monograph Series
April 10, 2002 Semper Fi[delis]: National Museum of the Marine Corps by Fentress Bradburn Architects
Quantico, Virginia: A new museum honoring US Marine Corps history will include an architectural metaphor that recalls the flag raisers at Iwo Jima.
April 8, 2002 George Mason National Memorial by Rhodeside & Harwell Incorporated
A new memorial on the National Mall honors an American patriot and restores historic park grounds.
April 1, 2002 A New Office Tower in Shenzhen, China, by Brennan Beer Gorman/Architects
Office building will be a landmark in China's first economic free trade zone.
March 29, 2002 Lecture Series: Spaceship EARTH: Three 20th Century Minds Who Inspire 21st Century Visions
Fuller, Soleri, and Turrell highlight a lecture series at the Municipal Art Society's Urban Center.
March 26, 2002 ArchNewsNow Exclusive: A Changing of the Guard at Architecture Magazine
An industry stalwart is shifting direction - to what, no one will say exactly, but we hope another industry voice is not silenced.