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10.23.2014: Affordable housing to be required in rezoned projects in New York City.
Courtesy New York Law School
10.23.2014: Guggenheim competition draws huge interest, but project remains disputed.
Courtesy Guggenheim Foundation
10.23.2014: New director, new directions at SCI-Arc.
Michal Czerwonka / Courtesy SCI-Arc
10.22.2014: Digbar and Jay Fisher give this Indian restaurant a colorful interior.
Lucas On Location
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10.22.2014: This summer's controversy over Donald Trump's shiny new sign is just the latest chapter in a long history of such debates in Chicago.
Courtesy Martin Treu
10.22.2014: Photo-engraved concrete connects past and present in Montreal student housing.
Marc Cramer/v2com
10.21.2014: Mathews Nielsen's phased approach to transforming Manhattan's Upper Esplanade.
Courtesy Citvas/Mathews Nielsen
10.21.2014: nARCHITECTS designs a stepped office building for Calgary's new East Village neighborhood.
Courtesy nARCHITECTS
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10.21.2014: The Chicago office of this legacy firm is designing projects around the globe.
Courtesy Jahn
10.20.2014: AIA New York's 2014 New Practices.
Courtesy respective firms unless otherwise noted
10.20.2014: Installation investigates the future of facade design and fabrication.
Courtesy Lawrence Blough
10.20.2014: Aaron Seward dives into the Clark's sophisticated water retention system by Tadao Ando and Reed Hilderbrand with Gensler.
Cristopher Leonard / Courtesy Gensler
10.20.2014: Frederick Fisher and Partners return for expansion of Bergamot Station Arts Center.
Courtesy Frederick Fisher and Partners