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01.24.2014: A new program prints folded shapes to achieve large finished products that move like fabric.
courtesy Nervous System
01.24.2014: Snohetta reveals updates to San Francisco's waterfront arena.
Courtesy Snohetta
01.23.2014: Kenneth Caldwell parses the new book, Donald Olsen: Architect of Habitable Abstractions.
Rondal Partridge
01.23.2014: Chicago's South Lake Shore Drive opens up major development's future.
Courtesy Chicago Lakeside Development
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01.23.2014: Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
Bruce Damonte
01.22.2014: Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
Brad Feinkopf
01.22.2014: Development with rooftop farming by Stanley Saitowitz planned for Berkeley.
Courtesy Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects
01.22.2014: A neoclassical museum in the Netherlands gets an iconic update and vertical expansion of ceramic and glass.
Joep Jacobs
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01.22.2014: Chicago's Pullman neighborhood eyed for National Park.
HPF / Robert Shymanski
01.21.2014: Tampa's Alfonso Architects designs a museum in St. Petersburg to celebrate the American Arts & Crafts movement.
Courtesy Alfonso Architects
01.21.2014: WorkAC and Alice Waters transform a Brooklyn school lot into a garden.
Nick Miller / AN
01.21.2014: Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
Timothy Hursley
01.21.2014: Sam Lubell examines the U.S.'s trouble keeping top design talent.
Courtesy Labtop