All the latest industry news from the world of traditional building, architecture and design.
The Great American Outdoors Act has been signed into law.
On October 24, 2020, the Association for Preservation Technology International released a special publication marking the 10th anniversary of the Building Technology Heritage Library.
Lauren Levine Media, in cooperation with Unity Temple Restoration Foundation (UTRF), is proud to announce the release of the new documentary, “Unity Temple: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Modern Masterpiece.”
The Zoom conversation will be held Wednesday, October 14th, 6:00pm–7:00pm.
While AIA will launch a new data collection platform next month, the current report "amalgamates predicted energy use data in buildings from 311 companies participating in the 2030 Commitment."
In Celebration of More Than Four Decades Practicing Architecture, 15-Session Master Class is Now Offered Without Charge
Seven Generations A+E Marks Sovereignty Day with Land Acknowledgement
Designer Barbara Eberlein and photographer Susan Unterberg will be honored with Visionary Woman Awards this fall.
Rohlf's Studio is an established stained glass firm which is celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2020.
St. Cloud Window Inc., a leading manufacturer of a complete line of aluminum high-performance fenestration products for commercial buildings, announces a new SCW4000 Series window.
The first large-scale expansion and upgrade to the building that houses the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg since they were first joined under one roof in 2007 is complete.
A ton of lead dust may have been deposited near the cathedral.
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards' annual survey found a 1% increase in the number of licensed architects from 2018 and a 10% increase from that in 2010.
In an effort to use its platform to support anti-racist teaching for the coming academic year, GAHTC is reaching out to colleagues who have taught on race and architecture.
The National Trust supports the removal of Confederate monuments from our public spaces when they continue to serve the purposes for which many were built—to glorify, promote, and reinforce white supremacy, overtly or implicitly.