Architecture News

Academic Worker–Led Strikes Across American Architecture Schools Reveal Inequities Nationwide

Grappling with low wages and a high cost of living, academic workers across the University of California system staged a six-week strike that ranked as the largest of its kind in U.S. history.

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The Architectural League of New York Announces 2023 Emerging Voices

Established in 1982, the annual competition has showcased the work of more than 300 young practices throughout North America.

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Fifty Years After 'Learning from Las Vegas,' Denise Scott Brown Gets Her Due

An expansive new volume—the first collection of writings dedicated solely to Scott Brown—includes personal remembrances among other essays.

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Peter Eisenman's State Farm Stadium Set to Shine Again in the Super Bowl Spotlight

In advance of Sunday's big game at Arizona's Eisenman Archiects–designed State Farm Stadium, RECORD's Suzanne Stephen's talks with firm principal and self-described football nut Peter Eisenman.

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