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Holiday shopping? Check out our gift guide for architects

It’s officially the holiday season, and you know what that means? It’s shopping time! Whether you’re looking for yourself, a loved one, a friend, a Shopping for holiday gifts for those architects in your life? Or making a wish list of your own? Check out picks from editors at The...
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Shelby Thorner / Courtesy Autodesk Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost led Autodesk University 2018's main stage keynote.

Autodesk University 2018 Challenges the Future of Work, Again

The annual conference showcased recent technologies to approximately 11,000 AEC professionals with hardly a pause to reflect on lingering issues, such as data sharing. By Terri Peters From Nov. 13–15, approximately 11,000 architects, designers, builders, and CAD users attended...
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Breuer is best known for his furniture, including the Wassily Chair. Image is courtesy of Knoll

Marcel Breuer: Bauhaus furniture master with a passion for architecture

Marcel Breuer is famous for tubular steel furniture, yet his real interest was architecture. We profile the Hungarian designer in our Bauhaus 100 series Jon Astbury Marcel Breuer is famous for his tubular steel furniture, yet his real interest was architecture. For our Bauhaus...
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The Living Light project is a permanent installation in Seoul, South Korea, that reacts to the city’s air quality in real time. The interactive pavilion demonstrates how architecture can be used to disseminate information, particularly as it relates to the health of the population. Photo: Courtesy of The Living

How Biology Will Impact the Future of Architecture | Architectural Digest

For centuries, designers have looked to nature for inspiration—but recent strides in the practice of combining the two fields are stunning Text by Stefanie Waldek The concept of architecture being inspired by biology isn’t new, whether that’s the ancient Greeks and Romans...
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