President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act on Friday, March 27. It is the largest government stimulus package in modern American history.
The 16-building Design District in the city's Greenwich neighborhood is meant to open later this year.
The state will temporarily reopen the 250-bed Newton Pavilion at Boston Medical Center, to help increase capacity for COVID-19 patients and others seeking health care in the city.
A secluded residence outside of Vancouver, built into a sloped site, offers dramatic waterfront views.
The architect, author, and teacher died at the age of 71 in New York after contracting coronavirus. Read new tributes to his legacy from friends and colleagues Thom Mayne, Michael Murphy, Joseph Giovannini, Nader Tehrani, Abby Suckle, and Robert Ivy.
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, hackers are increasing their attacks on companies’ vital networks—making protective measures all the more important.
Members of a Facebook group for mothers in architecture have raised concerns about some firm’s reluctance—or outright denial—to allow employees to work from home.
Design professionals are mobilizing to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Designed for medical emergencies and rapid bed expansion, the Robert R. McCormick Foundation Center for Advanced Emergency Response in Chicago offers lessons to hospitals facing the coronavirus pandemic.
The prominent British-born New York art dealer has died at 60 after a long illness.
The 2020 Pritzker Prize laureates spoke with RECORD about the Timberlands Center for Design and Materials Innovation—the firm's first building in the U.S. and first timber project.
The Dubai-based Global Grad Show, which mounts a competition and exhibition each fall, has announced a special “open call” for proposals that address coronavirus.
The Army Corps of Engineers will construct four temporary hospitals in the southern part of the state. The Javits Center in Manhattan will also host four 250-bed FEMA field hospitals.
A multi-family vacation house on Mexico's Pacific coast utilizes locally sourced materials.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday that the Manhattan convention center, designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, will likely become a 1,000-bed medical facility.
Life has changed dramatically in a matter of days, says editor in chief Cathleen McGuigan. Here’s how RECORD is covering COVID-19.
Officials and developers are taking strict precautions as commercial buildings begin to open their doors to workers. See striking images from the Zaha Hadid–designed Leeza SOHO in Beijing.
From Qatar to Montana, cultural institutions across the globe offer free virtual tours of their buildings and collections.
As shelter-in-place directives took effect across northern counties in California, contractors and local and state officials are trying to decipher the definition of “essential” in the unprecedented response to curtail COVID-19.
Over the next two weeks, the city will convert unused spaces across the five boroughs into medical facilities to treat those infected with COVID-19.
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