The Great American Outdoors Act has been signed into law.
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.
A letter from Peter H. Miller, the new president of the WMA ICAA chapter.
Hinge Research Institute released the 2020 High Growth Study: Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Edition.
PCI Foundation grants $100,000 to MSU’s School of Architecture.
The Belden Brick Company has been honored with 10 Brick in Architecture (BIA) Awards for 2019.
Her ‘Field Guide to American Houses’ was a landmark in its own right.
In response to the impact COVID-19 has created on the shortages of medical supplies, Timberlane has mobilized and pivoted its business to serve our community by producing face and intubation shields for medical professionals.
Jamestown175 Series solid steel hurricane pivot doors adhere to Florida Building Code standards.
Opinion On Executive Order for the Classical Style in Federal Buildings
Acquisition provides capability to serve architects and general contractors nationally.
Voting results on the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) are in, and the approved proposals will bring an estimated 10% or more efficiency improvement for both residential and commercial buildings that follow the IECC.
The ICAA’s drawing and study courses are built around the tradition of field drawing in sketchbook using methods that have been deployed by practitioners of architecture and allied disciplines since the Renaissance. Then, as now, the objective is to expand one’s compendium of precedents as resources for reference in contemporary design.
Harrison Design is pleased to announce Daniel Romanoff has joined the firm as Director of Interiors, based in Los Angeles. The national firm's West coast interiors practice is headed by principal Barbara Lowenthal and has offices in Century City and Santa Barbara.