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Arch Madness 2015: Round Five
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Arch Madness 2015: Round Five

It's the final countdown! The championship round pits Louis Kahn's Salk Institute... Read more

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Buyers' Guide: Manufactured Stone Veneer
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Buyers' Guide: Manufactured Stone Veneer

Stone accents earn an impressive bang for the buck, even if you don't keep a... Read more

Future Home Design: Solid-State Envelope
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Future Home Design: Solid-State Envelope

New Geography contributor and architect Richard Reep envisions home design and... Read more

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Over-50 Workers Face New Job ChallengesOver-50 Workers Face New Job Challenges

Washington Post staffer Lydia DePillis examines new AARP data that shows that older workers stay unemployed longer, and their new jobs pay less. Read more

Personal Savings Rates Rise on Consumer Caution
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Personal Savings Rates Rise on Consumer Caution

Wall Street Journal staffer Jeffrey Sparshott takes a look at new data on... Read more

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In Least Affordable Rental Markets, Construction Lags DemandIn Least Affordable Rental Markets, Construction Lags Demand

Zillow analyst Melissa Allison looks at rent and construction trends in America's fast-growing markets, drawing a strong correlation between fast-swelling demand and lagging new additions to available rental inventory. This causes rent rates to get bubbly. Read more

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Arch Rivals: The Final Four Shine in 'Arch Madness' ContestArch Rivals: The Final Four Shine in 'Arch Madness' Contest

The drama builds as the Final Four projects standing have knocked out 28 players. But the competition was stiff, coming from architects and firms like Louis Kahn, SOM, Richard Meier & Partners, and Frank Gehry. Read more

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How Many Bloggers Live in Their Parents’ Basement?
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How Many Bloggers Live in Their Parents’ Basement?

Washington Post contributor Philip Bump queries the data and comes up with hard... Read more

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Dating Odds, By the NumbersDating Odds, By the Numbers

Reddit blogger Thomaz Lago Santana shows that Census Bureau block data needn't be mind-numbingly boring. Here, he uses it to plot the odds of "getting a date," based on male-to-female single-person ratios in counties across the nation. Read more

The Data DNA Shows How Buying Changes from Suburb to City
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The Data DNA Shows How Buying Changes from Suburb to City

Living With Data post meister Matt Yancey recorded his every purchase during a... Read more

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