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2015 Year in Review News

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The AN blog is how we keep you up-to-date with breaking architectural news, in-depth videos, never-before-seen renderings, and local events. This year we saw the Broad Museum go up and (part of) Zaha Hadid’s Venice library come crashing down. Here are the top posts read by our readers in 2015.

 

Yayoi Kusama’s infinitely immersive installation opens with The Broad in L.A.

 

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It’s Raining Zaha: Massive piece of Hadid-designed building falls off in Vienna.

 
 

 

Animated film shows growing up with modernist architect parents is challenging.

 
 
 

Bjarke Ingels mum on whether Two World Trade is a staircase for King Kong.

 
 
 

Polish architect debuts plans for a submerged tennis court in Dubai.

 
 
 

Video> Bjarke Ingels sketches the future of architecture on the floor.

 
 
 

After 15 years, Architecture for Humanity abruptly closes.

 
 
 

Dallas’ plan to build tiny homes for the homeless to save lives and money.

 
 
 
 

Santiago Calatrava’s Museum of Tomorrow opens in Rio de Janeiro.

 
 
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