Earn Maximum AIA CEU Credits at The Architects Forum’s Glass+Performance at GlassBuild!

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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With an invaluable series of programs on the lineup at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo next month, there couldn’t possibly be another reason to attend, could there? As part of the expo, GlassBuild is collaborating with the National Glass Association’s (NGA) Glass Magazine and The Architect’s Newspaper, bringing over 150 architects to Atlanta for the opportunity to earn five (5) AIA CEU credits at Glass+Performance! Register now for a day of meaningful education and experience the cutting-edge technology and high-performance products the glass and glazing industry has to offer.

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New York’s Landscape Architects Toast The Architect’s Newspaper

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Friday, December 7, 2012
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ASLA NY president Laura Starr shows off AN‘s landscape issue. (Stephen Grande Jr. / W Studios)

Last week during the annual American Society of Landscape Architects’ New York Chapter’s President’s Dinner, The Architect’s Newspaper was honored for its continued coverage of landscape architecture. In tandem with the award, AN published our first issue devoted entirely to landscape architecture and urban design, in recognition of the discipline’s expanding civic role.

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Celebrating Sustainability at Chicago's Art Institute

Midwest
Monday, November 22, 2010
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Party-goers holding court at Chicago's Art Institute (photos: Andrew Hensley)

On November 17, The Architect’s Newspaper and Buro Happold, along with our other event partners Dow Building Solutions, Graphisoft, American Hydrotech, and Adaptive Building Initiative, celebrated GreenBuild at the Art Institute of Chicago’s Modern Wing. Renzo Piano’s LEED certified building proved to be a stylish venue for the hundreds of architects, engineers, designers, and other assorted revelers. Click through for pictures of some of the evening’s hundreds of party-goers. It was quite the green scene! Read More

Midwest Must Read

Midwest
Thursday, April 15, 2010
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Welcome AN Midwest.

Copies of AN‘s newest edition should be arriving in offices across the Midwest this week. With the mix of news, opinion, gossip, commentary, products, and projects that makes The Architect’s Newspaper a must read, the Midwest edition seeks to enrich the conversation within and across disciplines and showcase the talent in the eight state region. It’s free for architects and architectural designers in Illionois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin, so subscribe today.

We look forward to getting to know our new readers, so spread the word. As always we welcome your tips, compliments, and, yes, your occasional  gripes. Contact us at midwesteditor@archpaper.com.

High Line Reaches The Street

Other
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
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Today, The Wall Street Journal ran an article on the High Line, written by none other than AN‘s Executive Editor, Julie V. Iovine. Employing the same skill for observation and elegant phrasing that she applied to our own sneak peek of the elevated park back in April, Iovine has brought the wonders of this industrial-wreck-turned-lilly-scented-promenade to a whole new readership: the brokers and bankers of The Street. The Journal also put together this video on the High Line just before its opening. Enjoy!

ArrivederLa, Venezia

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Tuesday, September 16, 2008
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Martin Perrin-US Pavilion Graphic Designer

Martin Perrin-US Pavilion Graphic Designer

The AN crew has departed Venice and we are now all back and preparing our next vast issue which will cover all at the Biennale that we found to be firm, commodious, and delightful, or not. There were no untoward confrontations on the flight back as we sat amidst friends in steerage including Charles Renfro, LOT/EK’s Giuseppe Lignano and Ada Tolla, Andrea Blum, Chee Pearlman, Tucker Viemeister.  Laurie Beckelman, Liz Diller, Ric Scofidio, Mark Wigley and Beatriz Colomina were also on board but sat in Somewhere Else. Stay Tuned.

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