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Austin is changing, but where’s it headed to next?

Anyone who keeps tabs on Austin, Texas's built environment on Twitter will be familiar with "#ATXrising." If its presence and frequency tell us anything, it's that Austin is on the up—literally. Is this a good thing? Tall buildings mean more density, which potentially means a more pedestrian-friendly city. In the…
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The Best of Products Awards deadline is approaching!

Want to have your product recognized by The Architect's Newspaper (AN), the publication architects, designers, and engineers say they trust the most to deliver the best architecture news in the United States? Applicants have until July 6 to submit their products, and this year is our biggest yet: there are…
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Miró Rivera talks about the symbiotic relationship between architects and engineers

Engineers and architects. It can be a fickle relationship at times, stemming back to university where the typical back and forth between students arguing for their own self-importance. But, in the adult world, the relationship is seldom so tumultuous. Ken Jones, principal at Austin studio Miró Rivera Architects, was on…
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President Trump renews calls for $1 trillion infrastructure plan

Speaking at the U.S. Department of Transportation, President Donald Trump has iterated his eagerness to swiftly implement a $1 trillion infrastructure plan. "One of the biggest obstacles to creating this new and desperately-needed infrastructure—and that is the painfully slow, costly and time-consuming process for getting permits and approvals to build,"…