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The Architect's Newspaper

The Architect's Newspaper speaks directly to architects with the news, developments, trends, resources, and updates when and how they want them. Short, direct, and lively, we are the essential read in the field.

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Could the Cornfield be Los Angeles’ High Line?
University of Missouri-Kansas City business school design seeks “generous pragmatism.”
 Sayigh + Duman and 2x4 rethink a flagship showroom in Manhattan with an emphasis on the design community.
This Buffalo research and architecture practice focuses its work on confronting issues in contemporary ecology.
Abandoned Kansas City mall site slated for tech campus.
 Newark facility takes inspiration from the city’s shifting street grid.