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10.22.2015: BNIM's new offices in Kansas City will be net positive for energy and water.
Courtesy BNIM
10.22.2015: Former midwest editor Chris Bentley bids farewell to Chicago and to AN, looks forward to new things to come.
10.21.2015: Architect Christian Dean crafts a minimalist, yet cozy family home in Minneapolis.
Chad Holder Photography
10.20.2015: Better drainage and erosion prevention can be achieved through choosing the proper hardscape elements.
Courtesy Daltile
10.20.2015: Thread Collective's pilot urban farm sprouts on New York City Housing Authority land.
Courtesy NYC DOT
10.20.2015: Design for health impacts living at every scale.
Courtesy Henning Larsen Architects
10.19.2015: An orphanage in Nepal by MOS Architects becomes a relief shelter after 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
Courtesy MOS Architects
10.19.2015: A new book tracks the redevelopment of Downtown Los Angeles through the lens of the Disney Concert Hall.
Anthony Hernandez / Courtesy East of Borneo
10.16.2015: The 467-foot tower is organized around the clean lines of a 4 mm thick aluminum composite material (ACM) panel system.
Bob Perzel Photography
10.16.2015: A new book by the Architectural League of New York reflects on 30 years of their Emerging Voices platform.
Norman McGrath / Courtesy Tod Williams
10.15.2015: A novel preservation project takes shape in Virginia.
Courtesy Machado Silvetti
10.15.2015: A pair of skyscrapers by Robert A.M. Stern Architects are planned for the Camden, New Jersey, waterfront.
Courtesy RAMSA
10.15.2015: DS+R's McMurtry Building at Stanford intertwines art and art history.
Iwan Baan