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04.08.2015: Another Tod Williams Billie Tsien arts center headed for the wrecking ball?
Michael Moran / Otto
04.07.2015: Perkins+Will turns a club for fat cats into an office for Swiss e-commerce company hybris.
Tom Harris / Hedrich Blessing Photographers
04.07.2015: From door assemblies and curtainwalls to specialty glazing, these innovative new products combine aesthetic appeal with high performance.
Courtesy Kawneer
04.07.2015: Met hires David Chipperfield to expand its wing for modern and contemporary art.
Courtesy MET
04.07.2015: Andres Jaque, Office for Political Innovation wins 2015 MoMA Young Architects Program.
Courtesy Andres Jaque
04.06.2015: U.S. Department of Transportation challenges mayors to create safe streets.
Elvert Barnes / Flickr
04.06.2015: Battle to preserve Paul Rudolph's Government Center to end in partial demolition, or the courts.
Ani Od Chai / Flickr
04.03.2015: Concrete, glass, and brick facade balances the promises of the future with respect for the past.
Courtesy Urbahn Architects
04.03.2015: As decision looms, Obama Library plans threaten public space in Chicago.
Connie Ma / Flickr
04.02.2015: AN's new executive editor, Aaron Seward, remembers those who came before him, discloses his background with the paper, and reminds us why AN is the best architecture periodical in America.
Dion Crannitch / Flickr
04.02.2015: Three Eichler-developed Midcentury modern houses brought California living east, but suffered in the bitter climate.
Courtesy Baer & Mcintosh Real Estate
04.02.2015: David Heymann's first book of fiction describes the disappointments of an architect designing homes for the new rich.
Courtesy John Hardy Publishing
03.31.2015: Balancing safety, aesthetics, and performance, these innovative exterior luminaires also address issues of light pollution and trespass.
Courtesy Forms+Surfaces