Architecture News

January 2022 Editor's Letter: The Good News and the Bad News About Diversity in Architecture

The results of an AIA-commissioned survey reveal significant gender and racial bias in architecture firms.

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Analog House by Olson Kundig & Faulkner Architects

Tom Kundig and Gregory Faulkner collaborate on the design of Faulkner’s house in Lake Tahoe.

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President Biden Outlines Federal Decarbonization Plan

Agencies must reduce facility emissions 50% below 2008 levels by 2032, and have a net-zero operating carbon emission building portfolio by 2045.

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San Francisco’s Luxurious New Skyscraper Is Tilting 26 Inches

The 645-foot-tall Millennium Tower will continue tilting at a rate of three inches per year, and has already sunk between 17 and 18 inches into the ground

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