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Oct 25 2016

Anatomy of a Haunted House: Frightening Facades

There’s a design formula to the traditional haunted house.

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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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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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Aug 23 2016

An Olympic Review: Record-Setting Architecture

The Rio games may be over, but we’re happy to help wean sports fans off their recent diet of swimming, gymnastics, and track and field [to say nothing of badminton and water polo], with a survey of some memorable Olympic architecture.   Golf Venue Rio de Janeiro 2016 Rua Arquitetos Golf is a sport of […]

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Jul 21 2016

Five Weekend Diversions for Architects and Designers

If your summer days aren’t quite as lazy as you’d like, and taking a full-fledged vacation is not in the picture, don’t worry—we’ve compiled a short list of simple day-trip destinations that can refresh you just as much as a week on the beach. All of our suggested sites are homes and/or studios of artists, […]

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Jul 6 2016

Away From It All

July is the month when vacation season starts in earnest. Temperatures climb, work weeks shorten (if you’re lucky), and the beach beckons. We’ve rounded up some architecturally auspicious summer homes by the shore (perhaps you’ll recognize a few of them) where we’d be very happy to while away a few days.   Designed by John […]

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Jun 24 2016

A Modern Affair 2016

It’s not often we have the opportunity to be a witness to history, a fact that made last week’s Docomomo New York/Tri-State event at the Four Seasons restaurant both momentous and bittersweet. With the modernist landmark closing permanently on July 16, design community luminaries gathered to honor architect and philanthropist Phyllis Lambert, whose support for […]

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Jun 15 2016

Hausman: Still the Champ

At last month’s National AIA Convention in Philadelphia, Hausman president and PR champion Tami Hausman delivered another powerhouse presentation on fusing traditional and digital marketing tools. Sharing the stage with Brien McDaniel (FXFOWLE) and David Roccosalva (EverGreene Architectural Arts), she coached the audience of architects on crafting winning strategies for effective integrated communications. If you missed […]

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May 17 2016

Architecture in Bloom

In an extension—logical or otherwise—of last week’s post on green architecture, today we’re taking a look at buildings that cite nature as a design influence, as well as at a few structures whose purpose is to provide shelter for collections of exotic fauna.   An abstracted lotus blossom gives form to the ArtScience Musuem in […]

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May 11 2016

Going for the Green

The showers of April have continued—all too vigorously, for some tastes—into May. While this soggy state of affairs can dampen the human spirit, it’s great weather for green architecture. Here’s a mix of built and conceptual projects that we find particularly uplifting on rainy spring days.   The Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects features […]

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Apr 5 2016

Meaningful Contributions

  It’s April, and thoughts turn to taxes—and charitable giving. While it’s too late to reap the benefits of a deduction to eligible organizations in the current filing season, supporting worthy causes throughout 2016 will pay off in both fiscal and feel-good ways. Here, we share a few design-oriented non-profit entities that are deserving of […]

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