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09.23.2015: Miami studio Brillhart Architecture is making waves with elegant residential projects and more.
Courtesy Brillhart Architecture
09.22.2015: Metals in an expanding variety of finishes and formats give architects a near-limitless palette for aesthetic expression-without compromising building performance.
Courtesy Alpolic
09.22.2015: University of Michigan breaks ground on new $28.5 million architecture building.
Courtesy University of Michigan
09.22.2015: Two exhibitions tell lesser-known tales of Mid-century Modernism.
Courtesy J. Paul Getty Trust
09.21.2015: East Coast architects discuss the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Courtesy City of Chicago
09.21.2015: High design graces the new offices of a Des Moines-based convenience store chain.
Courtesy Renzo Piano Building Workshop
09.18.2015: The Broad's veil functions both as the primary facade and the daylighting system, providing a sense of connection between the gallery spaces and the city.
Iwan Baan / Courtesy the Broad
09.18.2015: Buyer who planned to preserve and honor Peter Eisenman's iconic House VI backs out.
Dick Frank
09.18.2015: Theaster Gates revives a Stony Island Bank as an arts hub just in time for the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Eric Allix Rogers / Courtesy Rebuild Foundation
09.17.2015: Sharon Davis Design works with local women to make bricks for doctors' housing in Rwanda.
Bruce Engel / Courtesy Sharon Davis Design
09.17.2015: The Broad by Diller Scofidio + Renfro gives the public a private peek.
Iwan Baan / Courtesy the Broad
09.17.2015: Mecanoo announced as winner of New York Public Library redesign.
09.16.2015: Perforated, solid sheet, formed, mesh: The versatility of metal as a sculptural facade material is unequalled.
Courtesy Firestone Building Products