12.23.2014: Take a look back at the year's top stories with The Architect's Newspaper.
12.22.2014: Architects speculate on the future of East Lansing and Michigan State University.
12.22.2014: Philip Berger reviews The City Lost and Found, a survey of representations of Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York at the Art Institute of Chicago.
12.19.2014: Framework is made of 260 unique steel boxes, laser-cut and sculpted on an 18-axis metal forming machine.
12.19.2014: Jake Gorst remembers the granddaughter of E. Stewart Williams.
12.19.2014: STL designs a new home for Chicago's premier French school.
12.18.2014: Downtown Los Angeles' South Park neighborhood experiencing a tower renaissance.
12.18.2014: Without more detail, is Chicago's Lucas Museum dead on arrival?
12.18.2014: Lower Manhattan gets a scrumptious taste of sexy British high-tech.
12.18.2014: The facade's stainless steel panels form a wave pattern, cutting down on glare and heat loads while representing the contribution computing has made to design.
12.16.2014: Insightful apps for engineers and architects.
12.16.2014: William Menking draws our attention to New York City under the reign of Mayor John Lindsay.
12.16.2014: Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects designs two 350-foot-tall towers in Hollywood.