A beloved Puget Sound beach emerges from a $6.3 million redesign that brings resiliency to the forefront

Climate change has ushered in a summer of farewells and reintroductions at Point Defiance Park, the 760-acre crown jewel of Tacoma, Washington’s municipal park system. On May 20, motorized vehicles […]

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A new substation in San Francisco by Tatiana Bilbao Estudio and TEF Design powers a more hopeful future for Hunters Point

A new proposal by Mexico City–based firm Tatiana Bilbao Estudio and San Francisco–based studio TEF Design will overhaul the site of a former power plant in San Francisco’s Hunters Point […]

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How to respond to both population growth and climate change? High-density, low-rise housing plus current technologies offer one solution.

Today, Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine. But in my view it is not NATO’s expansion that has enabled Putin’s criminality; it is the expansion of our houses and cars. […]

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National Architecture Accrediting Board elects UMass Amherst professor Stephen Schreiber as its new president

Who said a town council member can’t one day become president? Architect and University of Massachusetts professor Stephen Schreiber, served as local council member in the town of Amherst, Massachusetts […]

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Daily digest: Flood-ravaged Seoul wants to eliminate its subterranean housing stock, pickleball comes to the Seagram Building, and more

Closing out what’s been an, umm, eventful week, here are just a few notable news items to peruse before another summer weekend begins. Stay safe and hydrated, and we’ll see […]

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Artificial intelligence can now make convincing images of buildings. Is that a good thing?

There is a new craze in town. Recently, designers have been typing prompts into a diffusion-based artificial intelligence (AI) platform and waiting for images of never-before-seen buildings, logos, products, and […]

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Leroy Street Studio works with students to design a facade for affordable housing in the Lower East Side

Brought to you by: Architect Leroy Street Studio Location New York, New York Completion Date July, 2022 Developer Asian Americans for Equality Community Partners Grand Street Settlement, AmeriCorps Stucco/EIFS Parex […]

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