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The Architect’s Newspaper presents its 4th annual TimberCon

TimberCon, presented by The Architect’s Newspaper in partnership with the Mass Timber Institute, returns virtually on September 28. This year’s edition features...

Daily digest: Houston’s Orange Show Monument bolstered by preservation grant, Taller Capital wins 2022 MCHAP.emerge Award, and more

With fall now officially upon us (and delightfully brisk temps to show for it in the Northeast), it’s been an active week...

Three experts discuss Midjourney’s promise and pitfalls

This summer, text-to-image AIs have captured the imagination of architects. The software is a powerful tool, but one that should be integrated...

Architects will present the faces of Denver’s rapid growth at Facades+ on September 21–22

Facades+ returns to Denver on September 21-22 for its annual gathering of AEC professionals for an event featuring the latest in building...

Daily digest: Studio Gang tapped for Women’s Leadership Center in Wisconsin, Maya Lin goes to the National Portrait Gallery, and more

Happy Friday! Albeit a short workweek for many American AN readers, it’s been a markedly busy past few days in terms of...

MiMo razzle-dazzle, architectural zines, and more take center stage in these must-see late-summer exhibitions

With the autumnal equinox less than two weeks away, gallery spaces and cultural venues will soon start switching out their summer exhibitions...

10 book recommendations from AN editors to read before summer ends

Happy Labor Day (the unofficial end to summer)! To celebrate the occasion The Editors of AN have put together a list of...

Daily digest: She-Hulk bench condemned for anti-homeless architecture, fire destroys building at fabled Catskills resort, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to another recap of the day’s happenings, including stolen artifacts photoshopped out of an Architectural Digest feature,...

Daily digest: Flood-ravaged Seoul wants to eliminate its subterranean housing stock, pickleball comes to the Seagram Building, and more

Closing out what’s been an, umm, eventful week, here are just a few notable news items to peruse before another summer weekend...

Daily digest: Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin closes for a cleaning, a Putin statue lands in Central Park, and more

Happy Wednesday! As we battle another week of heat here are a few stories curated by AN’s editors to keep you cool...

Daily digest: Studio Gang unveils new exhibition, Keanu Reeves lands Daniel Burnham role, and more

Happy Friday! As we enter another summer weekend (a sweltering and unsettled one across much of the country, including in the Northeast),...

Daily digest: Jean Dubuffet sculpture to depart Chicago’s Thompson Center, inaugural Design Miami/Paris fair nixed, and more

It’s a Monday and, also—believe it or not—the first day of August. (Where did the summer go?) To kickstart the week, here...

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