For all the advances of modern medicine, health-care architecture has long been guided by custom and intuition rather than research and testing. That's changing, thanks to an emerging field known as evidence-based design, said Xiaobo Quan, director of Washington University's newly formed Center for Health Research & Design.

This fall, the Kemper Art Museum will mark the 10th anniversary of its Fumihiko Maki-designed facility with an ambitious, building-wide installation that, for the first time, presents its esteemed permanent collection in chronological fashion.

Bruce Lindsey, dean of architecture and the new president of the ACSA, discusses the challenges, benefits, and responsibilities of architectural education.

In Adaptation, the 2016 James Harrison Steedman Fellowship in Architecture call for research proposals, early-career architects are challenged to explore how flexibility and adaptive response might be better incorporated into the design process.