The Harvard Graduate School of Design is offering a new free online course in architectural history.

Harvard GSD set to launch free online architecture course
In a glorious example of architecture parlante, this 56-foot-tall stylized steel chicken—with its ruddy plumage and bright animated beak—seduces would-be diners from its perch at a busy crossroads.

Georgia's famous Big Chicken slated for major revamp
Jersey City's latest tower—from Urby—will feature 762 apartments, comprising studio and one and two-bedroom units.

Climbing to 713 feet, Urby’s second development rises in Jersey City
See the works of Archigram on display at the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning.

University of Michigan exhibits the work of Archigram
Located in a 1929 building officially locally known as the Coyote Building, the 12-story art deco Therobeychicago is the tallest building by far in the neighborhood.

A newly remodeled 1920s building adds to Chicago’s growing list of boutique tower hotels
From the Circuit of The Americas to LifeWorks Austin, see the diverse projects of Miró Rivera Architects.

No two projects from Austin-based Miró Rivera Architects look alike
“Today we are finally rediscovering this side of modern architecture. This exhibit on Aaron Green… is just the tip of the iceberg in opening up a tremendous catalog of California's wide-ranging midcentury and late modern architectural heritage." —Historian Alan Hess on Frank Lloyd Wright collaborator Aaron G. Green

Alan Hess organizes first exhibition of Wright collaborator and California architect Aaron G. Green
Want to help shape Barak Obama's Presidential library and center? Here's your chance.

Michelle and Barack Obama ask for input on Presidential Center
This week David Chipperfield went back to the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission for a second time, hoping to get approval for his heavily revised design for 11 Jane St.—with no such luck.

David Chipperfield’s West Village condo totally misses the mark, says LPC
Both the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities may be history.

Trump proposes eliminating The National Endowment for the Arts
See Michael Van Valkenburgh's design for a 4.5-acre park on the Brooklyn waterfront.

Images of Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 5 finally revealed
As a new generation stands to form 14 million new households over the next decade, the suburbs are poised for major changes.

Changing demographics and new technologies promise to reshape American suburbs
These Lake Tahoe homes by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson reinterpret the chalet with sustainability in mind—they're built to achieve LEED Gold certification.

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson reinterprets the chalet for Lake Tahoe
Explore G TECTS' interiors and full identity package design for The Bridge Golf Foundation, located on West 117th Street in Harlem.

STEM learning and golf—yes, golf—come together in this Manhattan youth and education center
Where Meriden, Connecticut's old mall once stood, there's now a park, amphitheater, flood-control pond, and even drivable turf to accommodate food trucks and farmers markets.

One Connecticut town swaps a derelict mall for a 14.4-acre, community-centered green space
This latest wave of NYC affordable housing will include 440 units for seniors, the homeless, and extremely-low income New Yorkers.

NYC unveils new affordable housing developed by women and people of color
The Los Angeles Football Club and architects Gensler have revealed new renderings for the $250-million LAFC stadium in Los Angeles’s Exposition Park.

New renderings revealed for Los Angeles Football Club stadium
Chris Cornelius, founder of Studio:indigenous, is a member of the Oneida Nation and the stories and traditions of native peoples are a key part of his identity.

studio:indigenous wants to design architecture rooted in Native American worldviews
“The whole building is about light.” —José Luis Palacios, design director at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

SOM’s new L.A. courthouse needs almost no artificial lighting during the day