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08.15.2014: Sam Lubell questions the lack of public inclusion in LACMA's building plans.
Courtesy LACMA
08.15.2014: Gary Paige remembers the restlessly optimistic architect, artist, and teacher.
08.14.2014: Alan G. Brake says it's a long way to travel to Venice just to be told that architecture is a trip to the bookstore.
Courtesy la biennale
08.14.2014: William Menking describes the Venice Biennale's best presentations.
Courtesy la Biennale
08.14.2014: Architects from around the globe offer their impressions on Koolhaas' Venice Biennale.
Courtesy Polish Pavilion
08.13.2014: LEED Platinum renovation reconnects the Health Services Building to the campus core.
Bill Timmerman
08.12.2014: Two early Frank Gehry buildings in Maryland receive makeovers.
Courtesy Howard Hughes
08.12.2014: Chinese developer releases plans for massive skyscraper, but questions remain.
Courtesy Wanda Commercial Properties Co.
08.11.2014: This Oakland-based multi-disciplinary design practice works at the intersection of art and architecture.
Mark Stein
08.11.2014: Lake|Flato and SWA turn beloved Houston-area nursery into a public park.
Courtesy Lake|Flato and SWA
08.08.2014: Minimalist catenary canopy lends warmth and lightness to office courtyard.
Patrick Coulie
08.08.2014: Kristen Moreau visits an Art Institute exhibit on Stanley Tigerman and Zago Architecture.
Kristen Moreau
08.08.2014: Ismael Leyva Architects selected to design waterfront park in Veracruz, Mexico.
Courtesy Ismael Leyva Architects