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05.12.2015: Although the office-as-playground concept still has legs among the creative class of businesses, workplace interiors are showing signs of maturation.
Courtesy Arper
05.12.2015: Architecture Research Office updates art deco for the furniture purveyor's new San Francisco office and showroom.
Richard Barnes
05.12.2015: Communication, connection to nature, wayfinding; three transportation projects in the U.S. and Canada use lighting for effect.
Courtesy Transbay Joint Powers Authority
05.12.2015: A City for Children explores the roles that women played in charities focused on educating and housing children.
Courtesy University of Chicago Press
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05.11.2015: The Islamic Art Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago has reopened with dramatically redesigned galleries.
Kristen Moreau
05.11.2015: This New York City firm designs modern yet vernacular inspired buildings that respond to place.
Courtesy OBRA
05.11.2015: At-Large Councilman David Robinson talks to Florence Tang about his political path and Houston's future.
Courtesy City of Houston
05.08.2015: Schluter in Berlin is a surprising guide to the works of Frederick I's court architect.
Courtesy Hirmer Publishers
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05.08.2015: Wood siding and high performance glazing invite nature into the workplace.
Courtesy LS3P
05.08.2015: Commissioned in the thick of the New Deal, Avion Village in Grand Prairie established a prototype of Texas communal living that evolved into the middle-class planned suburban communities we know today.
Courtesy Raymond Neutra
05.07.2015: Take an exclusive look inside The Beekman, one of the world's first skyscrapers.
The Architect's Newspaper
05.07.2015: Dattner Architects reveals new renderings of residential towers set to rise on the Queens waterfront.
Courtesy Dattner
05.07.2015: Chicago's North Lawndale charter school cuts costs and energy use.
Courtesy LVDA