An exemplar of innovation and sustainability, the University of Washington’s Life Sciences Building is a 2023 AIA Award winner.
The annual AIA national awards program celebrates the best of contemporary architecture and the many ways it improves lives.
The future of design equity might just be in today’s federal government architecture.
In a roundtable discussion, Amy Blonder, federal practice chair at Perkins&Will and Emily Grandstaff-Rice, president of the AIA—pictured right—lead a timely dialogue with Chuck Hardy, chief architect of the GSA.
It's not a moment. It's a mindset.
This March—and always—we honor the courageous women who’ve challenged norms, opened doors, and continue to blaze new trails. We celebrate (her)story in the making and the inspiring women who are designing a better, more beautiful world.
A small Canadian coffee chain shows its flower power
How innovative design transformed radiation cancer care
Breadth, poetry, expressiveness: A journey through Ralph Johnson’s process
Our global design director, Ralph Johnson, is a pure designer whose work is driven by program, human need, and an unwavering commitment to the just, resilient, and livable city.
Robots designing human places? It’s not sci-fi.
Move over, density: equity and livability are the new urban design drivers