A two-year effort in suburban Detroit involving Lawrence Technological University is working to design better homes for those served by Habitat for Humanity.
A little known architectural sculptor whose work has long been admired is the subject of a soon-to-be-released documentary film.
The Ann Arbor architecture firm Architecture Resource and the green building and remodeling company Meadowlark Builders will offer another of their peeks “behind the drywall” of a resource-efficient home under construction in Ann Arbor this weekend, Dec. 14 and 15.
ProQuest is arming researchers studying the history of art and architecture with a comprehensive digital archive of the magazines considered the most accurate 20th-century chronicles of these disciplines.
Hannah & Associates Inc. and Neumann-Smith Architecture have formalized the long-standing business association between the two firms and key partners and established a joint venture known as Hannah-Neumann/Smith.
Harley Ellis Devereaux, Detroit Students Explore Construction, Architecture and Engineering Industry
For the fourth year in a row, a group of Harley Ellis Devereaux’s staff have participated in the Architecture, Construction and Engineering Mentor Program as volunteer mentors that are practicing professionals within those fields.
Lawrence Technological University and North China University of Technology in Beijing have signed agreements to enable Chinese students to earn master’s degrees from LTU in architecture or interior design.
Neumann/Smith Architecture, a design firm specializing in architecture and interior design for corporate, commercial, academic, and recreational facilities, today announced it will open a design studio in downtown Detroit’s Wright Kay Building, located at 1500 Woodward Ave., between Clifford and Farmer.
Even if you’re on a budget, you can still get your dose of high culture at many of these great options for Detroit residents.
Disaster struck on the first day of Andrew McCarthy’s expedition to climb Aconcagua — the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere. The graduate student in architecture at the University of Michigan had just pitched the tent that he made himself in a valley when a 40-foot-tall dust tornado kicked up a rock and sent it flying into the side of the dwelling, puncturing a fist-sized hole in a side panel.