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Hunter Douglas Architectural Window Shade Components Transformed into Fashion at IIDA's Stitch

Hunter Douglas Architectural Window Shade Components Transformed into Award-Winning Fashion at IIDA Stitch Runway Show

Unispace designers partner with Hunter Douglas Architectural to create a surreal fashion ensemble made of window shade elements By Zoë Zellers A team of designers from Unispace collaborated with Hunter Douglas Architectural to transform window shade components into a stunning,…
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Take an architectural tour of Palm Springs ahead of Modernism Week.

The Epicenter of Modern Design: Explore Palm Springs’ Midcentury Architecture Gems

Out + About in Palm Springs, the Mecca of Midcentury Cool Zoë Zellers Mark your calendars – from February 14-24, 2019, designers, architects and midcentury culture aficionados will gather to celebrate California’s annual Palm Springs Modernism Week. The action-packed event...
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Kwong Von Glinow exhibited at Parsons School of Design with fellow winners of the Architectural League Prize.

“Our Motto is, ‘Enjoy Architecture,’” Says Kwong Von Glinow, 2018’s Architectural League Prize Winners

Architects behind Chicago's Kwong Von Glinow, discuss eliminating apartment corridors + rethinking affordable housing design This is part six of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League Prize winners. Zoë Zellers Click here to review competition rules and...
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League Prize winner Anya Sirota investigates music, culture and history in Detroit to design spaces that are charged with dynamic programs for the public.

How a Detroit Shoeshine’s Speakeasy, Where Aretha Franklin Once Performed, Inspired an Architect’s Push for Urban Regeneration

Spotlight on Anya Sirota, the League Prize Winner Who Investigates Culture + Responds with Design Charged with Dynamic Programming This is part five of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League Prize winners. Hunter Douglas Architectural is thrilled to support...
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Architectural League Prize winners, Gabriel Cuéllar and Athar Mufreh, of Cadaster

What’s in a Name? Cadaster Explains: Spotlight on 2018’s Architectural League Prize Winners

Partners in work + love, Gabriel Cuéllar + Athar Mufreh, focus on architecture + property ownership in winning exhibit This is part four of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League Prize winners. Hunter Douglas Architectural is thrilled...
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League Prize Winner Explains Themes of Postcard Rack of Design Projects by Firm Coryn Kempster + Julia Jamrozik

League Prize Winner Explains Themes of Postcard Rack of Design Projects by Firm Coryn Kempster + Julia Jamrozik

Coryn Kempster used the Architectural League Prize competition's prompt to address the “Objective” within the portfolio of Coryn Kempster + Julia Jamrozik’s firm This is part three of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League Prize winners. Hunter...
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Dan Spiegel, a 2018 Architectural League Prize recipient: “Objectives are defined by how the work is viewed at a particular moment in time”

In the exhibit, Dan Spiegel cuts sectional abstract models in “unconventional” ways to isolate particular moments within spaces + projects light to draw memory-like reactions This is part two of a series of exclusive conversations with this year’s Architectural League...
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Bryony Roberts, a 2018 Architectural League Prize winner, focuses on the overlap of subjectivities

Bryony Roberts responds to existing architectural + urban conditions, creates transformative interactions + collaborations Bryony Roberts' installation at the Architectural League Prize exhibit at Parsons School of Design  Courtesy of Bryony Roberts Studio This is part one of a series of...
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Girl UNinterrupted was invited to share the results of a survey of emerging architects and designers at the Women in Design + Construction Conference.

Glass Ceiling-Breaking + Bonding: Key Themes from the Women in Design + Construction Conference

Girl UNinterrpted’s co-founders share key insights from WID+C By Zhanina Boyadzhieva + Juliet Chun, Co-Founders of Girl UNinterrupted Project Zhanina Boyadzhieva, Associate AIA, and Juliet Chun, AIA, are based out of Leers Weinzapfel Associates in Boston, and have recently been…
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DCBIA Community Improvement Day’s wide range of AEC volunteers a ‘testament’ to truly ‘partnered design’

Collaboration Drives Community Design-Build: Volunteers Update DC Neighborhood’s Favorite Soccer Field

DCBIA Community Improvement Day's wide range of AEC volunteers a ‘testament’ to truly ‘partnered design’ By Stephen Parker, AIA NCARB LEED AP BD+C, Architect + Planner, SmithGroup Editor’s Note: Architect and planner Stephen Parker, AIA NCARB LEED AP BD+C, based out...
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U. of Kansas’ Earth, Energy + Environment Center, Clad in Terracotta + Native Limestone, Bridges Natural History + Cutting-Edge Design

New Center for Earth, Energy + Environmental Departments ‘Puts Learning on Display’ with Materials that Reflect Areas of Study University of Kansas’s new Earth, Energy and Environment Center (EEEC) features a “rigorous design that follows its internal dialogue,” writes one…
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Emerging New York Architects Close Out Archtober With Festive Firm Crawl

New York firms treated ENYA members to after-hours tours during a Halloween Firm Crawl By Jake Frisbie, Edited by Zoë Zellers More than a trick, members of AIA New York’s Emerging New York Architects committee were in for a treat….
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