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FEBRUARY 2018 TABLE OF CONTENTS

65TH PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

The Winners of the 65th Annual Progressive Architecture AwardsAwards The Winners of the 65th Annual Progressive Architecture AwardsThis year, the jury selected 10 projects that are wholly fleshed out and developed, but not yet realized in physical form.

Glitch HouseGlitch HouseYoung Projects

Malawi Library and Master PlanMalawi Library and Master PlanSteven Holl Architects

Pioneertown HousePioneertown HousePARA Project

Float LabFloat LabHöweler+Yoon Architecture

[Misfit]Fit[Misfit]FitBatay-Csorba Architects

Motherhouse, by Independent ArchitectureSingle Family Project Motherhouse, by Independent ArchitectureA single-family project in Denver that challenges the bounds of conventional, suburban architecture in the U.S.

Restaurant in Los AngelesRestaurant in Los AngelesThe Los Angeles Design Group

FEATURES

KieranTimberlake's London Embassy Was a Good DealCritique KieranTimberlake’s London Embassy Was a Good DealCatherine Slessor on why Trump was wrong to slam the project, and how a difficult commission got overshadowed in the process.

Anne Tyng and Her Remarkable HouseWomen in Architecture Anne Tyng and Her Remarkable HouseShe was known as Louis Kahn’s muse but never really escaped his shadow. What Tyng’s only surviving solo project says about her legacy.

TECH + PRACTICE

How to Prepare for Speaking EngagementsBest Practices How to Prepare for Speaking EngagementsArchitects including Moshe Safdie and conference organizers provide tips for a successful talk or presentation.

Detail: Oslo Skatehall's Elevated and Elegant Timber BowlInnovative Detail Detail: Oslo Skatehall’s Elevated and Elegant Timber BowlThe intricate and exposed lattice of the 7-foot-deep skate obstacle, designed by Dark Arkitekter and Glifberg-Lykke, is the product of CNC-milling and meticulous handcraft.

Cúre & PenabadNext Progressives Cúre & PenabadThis Miami duo rejects the adage that designers are not good business people: “If you lack a certain skill, acquire it.”

Five Textured Wood Panels Products Five Textured Wood PanelsIn styles ranging from rustic to modern, these panels add both interest and a sense of nature to any room.

New Technologies in Architectural Lighting for DesignersArchitectural Lighting New Technologies in Architectural Lighting for DesignersSeven leaders reveal the impact that the digital revolution has—or has not—had on the sector tasked with showing projects in their best light.

EntrepinosEntrepinosTaller Héctor Barroso designed this collection of five sculptural holiday dwellings “between the Pines” in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

EDITORIAL

Pick a WinnerAIA Honors Pick a WinnerFrustrated by the lack of a Twenty-Five Year Award this year? Do something about it.

AIA ARCHITECT

Being Creative is ComplicatedAIA Voices Being Creative is Complicated“Backwards thinking” and forward progress.

Jane Jacobs’ Greenwich VillageAIA Now Jane Jacobs’ Greenwich VillageAn A’18 tour led by Roberta Brandes Gratz uncovers what’s been hidden in plain sight.

Why Architecture?AIA Feature Why Architecture?Recent statistics show that the number of young people choosing architecture school is declining. What can be done?

Reimagining Learning SpacesAIA Practice Reimagining Learning SpacesHow a new AIA Contract Document can help architects become strategic partners in school planning and management.

Pipeline Diversity and Graduation RatesAIA Design Pipeline Diversity and Graduation RatesData from the ACSA show that there’s room for improvement in on-time graduation rates among minority students.

Invisible SustainabilityAIA Future Invisible SustainabilityUsing integrated passive design and advanced energy modeling, this small firm strives for simple methods and design freedom while meeting the 2030 Commitment.

Designing for DisruptionAIA Perspective Designing for DisruptionHow AIA and the profession responded to a disaster-heavy year.

FRONTS

Atlanta Architect John Portman Dies at 93Obituary Atlanta Architect John Portman Dies at 93Portman worked at Ketchum, Gina and Sharp, H.M. Heatley Associates, and Stevens & Wilkinson before founding his firm, today known as John Portman & Associates, in 1953.

Affordable Housing Scheme Wins First Prize at the RIBA Gasholder Bases National CompetitionCompetitions Affordable Housing Scheme Wins First Prize at the RIBA Gasholder Bases National CompetitionDesigned by London-based Outpost, the winning scheme addresses the U.K.’s affordable housing shortage.

Pit Stops of SafetyExhibitions Pit Stops of Safety“Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” runs through Aug. 12 at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.

National Building Museum Hosts D.C.'s First Architecture & Design Film FestivalFilm Festivals National Building Museum Hosts D.C.’s First Architecture & Design Film FestivalFeaturing more than 25 films, the ADFF: D.C. will focus on life and work of architects, designers, and activists including Bjarke Ingels, Rem Koolhaas, Frank Gehry, Richard Neutra, and Jane Jacobs.

SOS Brutalism is Fighting to Save the Concrete Monsters Books SOS Brutalism is Fighting to Save the Concrete MonstersThe organization has published a global survey of Brutalist buildings to rally support for béton brut.