ArchArchive: November Edition

From left: Photograph by David Heald for The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation; A perspective rendering of Sandy Hook's courtyard by Svigals + Partners.

A roundup of our favorite stories from around the web.

Recession Proof
The number of architects in the U.S. has grown by 1.6 percent since 2013 and 3.1 percent since 2011.

Architectural Gems
From the Chrysler Building in New York to the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, here are 12 architectural gems to be thankful for.

Postmodern Predicament
As preservation battles rage, will architecture from the 1970s and 1980s make the cut?

Inspiring Interns
These award-winning firms provide stellar supervisors, exposure to multiple projects, and financial support for the ARE.

Brain Waves
Certain buildings—like museums, churches, and libraries—may have a positive effect on your mental state.

Success Story
Meet Krystal Rodrigues, a Bermuda-born architect who became licensed just two years after earning her M.Arch.

Healing Design
After a town tragedy, architects strive to find the right balance between honoring victims and moving forward.

Smart House
These seven “intelligent” buildings showcase the power of digitally driven design.