Architect Teddy Cruz shares his philosophy on architectural and urban planning solutions for the problems that proliferate in international border zones.
Jul 12, 2006 Architecture Radio
Architects, artists, urban planners, developers, designers and historians comment on the world's formerly most livable city, why it's lost the title and how to can reclaim it.
Jul 11, 2006 The Age
National Public Radio's Chris Arnold tracks how the green building movement is sweeping the construction industry in the United States.
Jul 11, 2006 Weekend Edition Sunday, National Public Radio
The wealthy, reclusive owner of the Santa Barbara News-Press rebukes editors for coverage of an article about actor Rob Lowe's petition to build a mega-mansion. It's the latest in a series of problems that leads to an 'editorial bloodbath'.
Jul 10, 2006 The Santa Barbara Independent
Say goodbye to garish golden arches. McDonald is transforming its cookie-cutter architecture to catch-up with a broader cultural shift.
Jul 9, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
A visionary development plan promises transit villages, solar energy, local farms, water recycling, sensitive architecture, and walkable neighborhoods. Will it be a model for other communities seeking eco-friendly development?
Jul 6, 2006 The San Francisco Chronicle
A farmworker advocacy group is working with Virginia farmers to provide housing for the seasonal workers that tend their fields. Houses made of hay are the affordable and energy-efficient solution to this need for seasonal housing.
Jul 6, 2006 Richmond Times-Dispatch
<p>Architects and builders are rushing to design and build new simple but cozy homes for storm victims living in FEMA trailers.</p>
Jul 5, 2006 Associated Press
With a history of bulldozing older buildings to accommodate the new, it is not surprising that many modernist structures are threatened by Atlanta's growth. The question remains, are these buildings people want to save?
Jul 5, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
As one of the few remaining public spaces in cities, libraries are a popular means for the architect and urban designer to contribute positively to their communities. ArchNewsNow talks to two architects about the latest trends in library design.
Jul 3, 2006 ArchNewsNow