Fayetteville and Hillsborough Streets have two things in common. Both streets start, or end, at the North Carolina Capitol Building and both now have a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop. This is where the comparisons stop.
A typeface inspired by the shape of the coffers encasing the skylights in the new building.
Architecture Film series starting in December.
How many people get to design a building on our National Mall in Washington DC? Add Durham’s Philip Freelon to that list of people.
The Raleigh architectural practice Vernacular Studio has revealed images of OPNET Technologies offices in Cary.
The jury’s decision shows an emphasis on tradition. Hopefully maintaining what is already great about this park, while keeping an eye toward the future of downtown Raleigh.
The Raleigh Convention Center joins only six other convention centers in the nation to be awarded LEED Silver certification.
Goodnight Raleigh traces the history and controversy of our Legislative Building.
Centennial Campus’s Centerpiece is on its way: The James B. Hunt Jr. Library will be a beautiful and inspiring “signature” building that embodies the essence of Centennial Campus as a community built around knowledge.
Preview the appearance award winners with our photos of the projects and then come out tomorrow for the big event.
Sometimes it takes the simplest of gestures to make the biggest statement.
Raleigh and the Triangle were very prominent in this year’s NC AIA awards. Last week the Awards Ceremony was held in Raleigh at the NC Museum of Science and the architects celebrated their achievements.
George Smart’s Modernist House archive revamps the site, continuing with the mission.
NCSU Libraries has launched NC Architects & Builders database.
Wonder if they’ll have another walk-up teller window?
The font, not the canopy it hangs from.
Raleigh’s vernacular modernism architecture firm gets more national recognition.
Local beer, atmospheric lighting, and a special preview on Thursday.
If Garland Jones was for lovers, it would be the haters that are rejoicing tonight.
I think Marty McFly called.
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