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The AN 2021 gift guide has everything for the architects in your life

Believe it or not, it’s that time of year again. As the holiday season comes upon us at the end of a...

Daily digest: Toronto could eliminate single-family zoning, Bernard Judge passes away, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to the last daily digest roundup of the week. After this, AN will go on vacation until...

Daily digest: Why Notre Dame can’t be rebuilt with Assassin’s Creed models, a new artistic director at Storm King, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to the start of a new week—and if you’re an American reader, one that’s likely truncated by...

Daily digest: Boston expands fare-free bus service, smog lockdowns in New Delhi, and more

Good morning and welcome back to yet another roundup of what’s going on in the world today. Here’s the architecture, transportation, and...

Daily digest: New York is bullish on outdoor dining sheds, the world’s largest floating solar farm opens in Thailand, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to even more happenings around the country (and world). Here’s what’s going on today: ...

Daily digest: New York nixes rent relief, scholarships for aspiring Black architects, and more

Good afternoon and happy Monday. As Thanksgiving and even lower temperatures loom, it’s the perfect time to hunker down and read more...

Daily digest: M+ finally opens in Hong Kong, Roman and Williams opens its own gallery, and more

Good afternoon and welcome to another end-of-the-week roundup. As we roll into the weekend, there’s plenty of news and longer reads to...

Daily digest: A museum in the Korean Demilitarized Zone, SOM proposes an “Urban Sequoia” tower at COP26, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to another recap of the day’s goings-on. There’s a lot to tackle, so here’s what you need...

Daily digest: Harvard Divinity School’s Swartz Hall expands, an interim GSAPP dean is named, and more

Good afternoon and welcome to another roundup to get you out of the midweek slump. Here’s what you need to know today:...

Lopsided elections leave us with winners who've made only vague commitments

If there is not a great saying about how elections showcase the conversations we have about democracy, then someone should come up with...

Daily digest: The world’s first K-pop-only concert hall breaks ground, the Aspen Art Museum will get a monumental facade installation, and more

Good afternoon and happy Friday. With another Daylight Saving’s adjustment ahead this Sunday, here’s your requisite friendly reminder to manually set any...

Daily digest: An Eames Office retrospective in Tokyo, Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street tower is for sale, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to another aggregation of the day’s happenings. Here’s what you need to know today: ...

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