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07.08.2014: Paul Gunther visits two recently redone 19th century rooms at the Brooklyn Museum.
Courtesy Brooklyn Museum
07.07.2014: Detroit designers transform an auto shop into a startup incubator.
Catie Newell
07.07.2014: High Roller, the world's tallest Ferris wheel, opens to the public.
Denise Truscello
07.03.2014: Chris Bentley considers the actual impact of presidential libraries.
Courtesy HOK
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07.03.2014: Santa Monica opens another stunning garage, this time by Behnisch Architekten.
Morley Builders
07.02.2014:  Philanthropist sues Seele over problematic facade at Los Angeles museum.
Courtesy DS+R / The Broad Foundation
07.02.2014: On its 30th anniversary, this Chicago mainstay gets a refresher.
Galdones Photography
07.02.2014: An aluminum rain screen and locally-sourced brick articulate a two-part supportive housing program.
Courtesy Alexander Gorlin Architects
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07.02.2014: Denise Scott Brown remembers the New York architect.
David Dehart
07.01.2014: Early childhood school finds lessons in education history.
Barbara Karant
07.01.2014: Chris Bentley walks through the Graham Foundation's showing of Everything Loose Will Land.
Joshua White/Courtesy of Sheila Schoonhoven
07.01.2014: Los Angeles' Union Station enters next phase with big ambitions.
Courtesy Grimshaw + Gruen
06.30.2014: Alan Brake questions the wisdom of Detroit's blight removal plan.
Juan N Only / Flickr