Newsmaker: Natascha Drabbe, Founder of the Iconic Houses Network

In November, the organization will hold its biggest meeting yet, in Barcelona.

A Sagrada Familia Exhibition Opens at CCNY: Gaudi Isn’t the Focus, and That’s the Point

George Ranalli, dean of the City University of New York’s Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, worked tirelessly to bring a show on the Sagrada to the Rafael Viñoly-designed exhibition space in his school’s Upper Manhattan building, where it will remain on view through May 8.

Dean of Princeton Architecture School Abruptly Resigns

On October 1, Alejandro Zaera-Polo stepped down as dean of the Princeton University School of Architecture.

Standouts: London Design Festival 2014

In over 12 years the London Design Festival, held this year from September 13 to September 21, has grown to become one of the city’s calendar events.

Chicago Spire Tries to Rise Again

The recession halted the construction of Santiago Calatrava's 2,000-foot tower in 2008.

Spiral stair is sleek and “sustainable”.

Norwegian architect Tron Meyer cuts a stair out of solid engineered wood.

La Brea Housing, Designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects

Tighe_LaBrea_Exterior_HERO.jpg This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., packs a lot of design bang for the buck.

Sefaira Releases Energy Analysis Plug-in for Revit

Sefaira has released a revamped plug-in for Autodesk’s Revit that offers both daylighting and energy analysis in real-time within the native modeling environment.

Future of Denver’s Boettcher Concert Hall Uncertain

Designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates, the once-lauded Boettcher Concert Hall now faces an uncertain future.

A walk around my new “active office” with standing desk

Because standing desks cannot stand alone.

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