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01.27.2016: Matt Shaw tries to find civic inspiration in a city overwhelmed by luxury residential development.
Courtesy ODA
01.27.2016: The New York City Parks Department thinks your local park is good, but $50 million could make it better.
Parks Without Borders, Courtesy NYC Parks department
01.26.2016: Master Plan for Taliesin West preserves Frank Lloyd Wright's home and school in the Arizona desert.
Courtesy Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, MoMA, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library at Columbia University
01.26.2016: The newest bath plumbing products are not only designed to produce water, they also provide innovative features like chromatherapy, aromatherapy, and custom temperature and pressure adjustments.
Courtesy Lowinfo
01.26.2016: SOM plans to update vintage Craig Ellwood in Los Angeles.
Courtesy SOM
01.26.2016: Mimi Zeiger takes a look at Diller Scofidio + Renfro's new design and adaptive reuse of a historic printing plant.
Iwan Baan
01.25.2016: Take a look back at the year's top stories with The Architect's Newspaper.
01.25.2016: Rezoned for tall buildings in 2004, downtown Brooklyn gets its first tall towers.
Courtesy KPF
01.25.2016: First look at Pritzker Prize winner Alvaro Siza's 400-foot Midtown tower.
Courtesy Noe & Associates and The Boundary
01.25.2016: The Kentucky Museum of Art + Craft receives a much needed update from Christoff : Finio Architecture.
Courtesy Christoff : Finio
01.22.2016: Plan Houston promotes quality growth through communication and inclusion, not zoning.
Ed Uthman / Flickr
01.22.2016: An undulating aluminum panels rainscreen features around 9000 individual triangular panels, with 1000 high performance glass units.
Doublespace Photography
01.22.2016: A proposed rezoning could bring better waterfront access to lively Flushing West.
Courtesy NYCDCP