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Doctor in the Haus

Oct 18 2016

Doctor in the {Haunted} Haus: Frozen in Fear

Dear Doctor, I’ve recently noticed that a number of my peers are being recognized by our profession, and have been accepted as Fellows to the American Institute of Architects. I feel that I’m at the appropriate stage of my career to be elevated to this honor, but when I looked into the application process found […]

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Oct 17 2016

The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) Opens Its Doors

The Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) located on the National Mall in Washington D.C., opened to the public on September 24th.

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Oct 11 2016

Architects, R.I.P.

While architects come and go, their edifices live on.

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Oct 7 2016

Team Hausman in Attendance at Biotrial Opening Ceremony

On September 30, the Hausman team was in the audience as our client, Francis Cauffman, celebrated the opening of its latest project, the 70,000-square-foot North American headquarters of Biotrial.

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Client Digest

Oct 4 2016

September 2016

We’re proud to share some of our clients’ stories that have appeared in the media in September.

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Sep 30 2016

Hausman Joins Architecture & Design Film Festival on Opening Night

The largest film festival celebrating architecture and design, Architecture & Design Film Festival (September 28-October 2) kicked off on in New York on Wednesday night! We were thrilled to catch up with our friends and be the first to see the short film, Pioneer: Stephen Talasknik  and Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future. Congratulations to Kyle Bergman on a roaring opening […]

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Sep 27 2016

Top of the Class: Award-Winning School Architecture

Our five favorites from the AIA’s Committee on Architecture for Education awards.

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Sep 20 2016

High Marks: Architecture on Campus

Time again for pencils, books, and teachers’ dirty looks: School’s back in session.

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Sep 13 2016

Feed Your Mind

You’re never too old or too wise to learn. For the time-pressed architectural professional, attending lectures and panels discussions are excellent ways to explore current and classic topics of interest. Here’s our picks for some of the best design-oriented presentations at schools and cultural institutions for the next few weeks.   9.13.16 District Architecture Center […]

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Sep 6 2016

Welcome Back

Back to school, back to work—September is the time we begin to reconnect with the various responsibilities of our lives, after (hopefully) enjoying the less-demanding pace of the mid-year. Before we completely surrender summer, here’s a selective list of coverage Hausman clients received in August. Next week, we’ll delve into educational opportunities offered by architecture […]

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Aug 31 2016

Hausman Toasts the End of Summer

The Hausman crew marked the almost-end of summer with its now-traditional outing to one of New York’s most unusual haunts: The Honorable William Wall, aka the Willy Wall, a bi-level barge which acts as the de facto floating clubhouse of the Manhattan Yacht Club. Moored within shouting distance of Ellis Island, we enjoyed a sunny […]

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Aug 30 2016

Learning from Olympics Logos

In addition to being a global sports spectacular, the Olympics (at least in the modern televison-era) is known as an arena for marketing and merchandising sponsorship. This commercial aspect of the Games is just as competitive as the athletic component. Swoops, arches, apples, and more: graphic logos abound on every surface, vying for attention. In […]

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