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11.16.2015: Reopened Clifton's Cafeteria is a Rorschach Test for Los Angeles locals.
Ryan Tanaka
11.16.2015: Michael Maltzan unveils his city-minded Art Center master plan in Pasadena.
Courtesy Michael Maltzan Architecture / Tina Chee Landscape Studio
11.16.2015: Wasserman Projects, a new gallery space in Detroit's Eastern Market, offers art and a platform for urban regeneration.
Courtesy Wasserman Projects
11.13.2015: Renzo Piano's active double skin facade kick starts a "new generation" of campus design at Columbia University.
Courtesy LLAutre Image
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11.13.2015: Three new buildings join the expanding Dallas skyline.
Courtesy Harwood International
11.13.2015: This New York-based landscape architecture firm designs for the public.
Courtesy Mathews Nielsen, Heatherwick Studio
11.12.2015: A pair of buildings by architect Julia Morgan await reuse.
Courtesy Pasadena Heritage
11.12.2015: A new monograph showcases nearly 140 projects of British designer and architect Thomas Heatherwick.
Hufton & Crow Photography
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11.11.2015: WXY and Hester Street Collaborative facilitate local plan.
Brian Godfrey / Flickr
11.11.2015: Oklahoma City struggles to preserve its deco and high modernist heritage as glass towers spring up around the downtown.
Matthew Rutledge / Flickr
11.10.2015: Designers can enhance the look of any interior environment by incorporating expressive and unique decorative glass into the mix.
COURTESY RUDY ART GLASS
11.10.2015: What's old is new again in Washington, D.C., as the Renwick Gallery, the "American Louvre," reopens in November.
Joshua Yetman / Courtesy Renwick Gallery
11.10.2015: Philadelphia alleyways get ranked A-F as they are set for a makeover.
Courtesy shift_Design