ArchitectChats Ep. 11: Dissecting the Code, Part 1 – Raising Expectations

By ARCHITECT Staff Can—and should—regulation raise the bar for building performance nationwide? Code experts Cindy Davis and Steven Orlowski discuss the obstacles and strategies. In the cutthroat world of development, architects are often asked to qualify and quantify the merits...
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Igor Reyes reflects on the local architect’s experience with the Grove at Grand Bay for Facades+ Miami

NBWW principal Igor Reyes spoke at the Facades+ Conference in Miami on Thursday, reflecting on his experience as the local architect for the Grove at Grand Bay project. Reyes prepared a video for the session, giving a humorous introduction to his talk.
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The Need for a Smart City Platform – Q+A: Totem CEO Brian Lakamp

The umbrella-like energy platform has the capacity to collect, store, and dispense energy for large-scale city or smaller residential applications. By SELIN ASHABOGLU Smart energy startup Totem Powerwants to change the way cities and residences function. In collaboration with...
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Artist in Conversation: Frank Gehry – A Video Interview from LACMA

The Frank Gehry exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of art presents a comprehensive examination of the architect’s extraordinary body of work from the early 1960s—he established his firm in Los Angeles in 1962—to the present, featuring over 200 drawings, many of...
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A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond. (Courtesy MoMA)

Curator Martino Stierli on the future of MoMA’s architecture and design galleries

By William Menking In The Architect’s Newspaper April East edition, editor in chief William Menking broke the news that MoMA will be closing its architecture and design galleries. To continue the conversation, Menking sat down with Martino Stierli, the museum’s Philip Johnson...
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ArchitectChats: Episode 5 with Frank Gehry on Practice and the Profession

We caught up with the Pritzker laureate to get his thoughts on architectural practice today and advice for the next generation of architects. You’ve seen ARCHITECT in print and online, but have you heard us? You can now, loud and clear, with our new podcast, ArchitectChats....
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A model of the Vue Sarasota Bay condominium proposed at U.S. 41 and Gulfstream Ave. in Sarasota is on display at the Michael Saunders & Co. gallery at 100 S. Washington Blvd. in Sarasota. The Sarasota Architectural Foundation hosted a reception there May 8 in which the architects, Don Wolfe and Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Inc. in Miami, spoke about the building's roots in the Sarasota school of architecture. Staff photo / Harold Bubil; 5-8-2014.

Q&A with Gretchen Schneider on NBWW designed project, VUE Sarasota

By Harold Bubil – Herald Tribune A question-and-answer interview with Gretchen Schneider, general manager of the City of Sarasota’s planning and development department, regarding the zoning code as it relates to the Vue Sarasota Bay condominium and the adjoining...
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Animated video features interview with Frank Lloyd Wright

Brooklyn creative agency Quoted Studios has produced an animated video using audio excerpts from an interview with legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, recorded two years before his death (+ movie). The conversation with Wright aired in September 1957 on the American...
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Deane Simpson’s “Young-Old”: the evolution and sociology of retirement communities.

Simpson discusses his new book on the evolution and sociology of retirement communities. By Amanda Kolson Hurley In his new book, Deane Simpson, an architect who teaches at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, chronicles the rise of communities built for older...
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Q+A: Author Peter Hendee Brown on How Real Estate Developers Think | Architect Magazine

The former president of AIA Philadelphia discusses best practices for architects and developers to work together in his latest book, “How Real Estate Developers Think: Design, Profits, and Community.” By Caroline Massie Peter Hendee Brown, AIA, has worked in several...
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