Whether they’re the market of the future, an answer to the affordable housing crisis or a passing fad made for reality television shows and hipster Instagram feeds, the tiny home movement is getting renewed interest in the age of the coronavirus.
In honor of Black History Month, the Architrends blog takes a look at four Black architects – two from the past and two visionaries of today – who are among the many worth celebrating.
With the dust barely settled on last week’s inauguration, some early actions by President Joe Biden are having impacts on the construction industry.
Operators of healthcare institutions may feel they’ve been in a constant state of assessing and adapting since the beginning of COVID-19. Some of these changes could lead to a future with better care.
It’s a fun time of the year, where some of the most popular architecture and design publications release their lists of top-ranking architecture projects from the past year.
With the dark days of 2020 behind us, there is some optimism ahead for the construction industry in 2021.