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03.21.2014: Planning and design seem to be a low priority for the de Blasio administration.
Rob Bennett
03.21.2014: Sean Khorsandi on the book, Modern American Housing: High-Rise, Reuse, Infill.
Courtesy New City Books
03.21.2014: Richard Meier & Partners designs a pair of breezy towers for Mexico City's grand Paseo de la Reforma.
Courtesy Richard Meier & Partners
03.21.2014: Studio Gang Architects' office build-out is the first to pass the Living Building Challenge's tough standards for energy efficiency and the use of sustainable materials.
Steve Hall / Hedrich Blessing
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03.20.2014: Originally established in 1991, this Mexico City-based studio is hoping to do more international work.
Luis Gordoa
03.20.2014: Toronto-based firm brings a sense of craft to digitally-informed design.
Courtesy Williamson Chong
03.20.2014: Mallory Scott Cusenbery on the recent exhibition, Site and Senses, The Architecture of Aidlin Darling Design.
Courtesy Aidlin Darling Design
03.20.2014: Gone is a tireless advocate for the role of culture in architecture who invigorated the design community of New Orleans.
Courtesy Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
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03.19.2014: Crystal Bridges Museum acquires a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House from New Jersey.
Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum
03.19.2014: Landscape plan rebuilds a gateway to the iconic bridge.
Courtesy NYCDOT
03.19.2014: BlitzLake promotes Hirsch Associates-designed project for Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood.
Courtesy Hirsch Associates
03.19.2014: New towers along Manhattan's 57th Street will cast a pall across Central Park.
Courtesy MAS
03.18.2014: Federal government to provide incentives for building tall with wood.
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