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02.13.2015: While the loss of the organization should be mourned, many others continue its important work, argues Jessica Garz.
Courtesy Surdna Foundation
02.13.2015: Collaborative installation translates sound into motion.
Bryan Derballa
02.12.2015: Inside the closure of Architecture for Humanity.
Courtesy Architecture for Humanity
02.12.2015: Using Big Data to analyze traffic, energy use, water flows, air quality and other factors, architects and planners are designing the smarter cities of tomorrow.
Courtesy SOM Chicago
02.12.2015: John Rossant, chairman of the New Cities Foundation, discusses the promise, limitations, and risks involved with mining Big Urban Data.
Courtesy IBM
02.11.2015: Tulay Atak visits Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact at the MAK in Vienna.
Courtesy Peter Kainz/MAK
02.11.2015: Controversial building backing Philadelphia's Rodin Museum moving forward.
Courtesy Barton Partners
02.11.2015: The Facades+ conference offers a unique opportunity to interact with the movers and shakers of the AEC industry.
Sean Davis/Flickr
02.10.2015: Jensen Architects pulls off a coffee house of elemental abstraction in Venice, California.
Elizabeth Daniels
02.10.2015: The Houston-based architect and Rice University professor has produced a quite thoughtful body of work that eschews fireworks and fantasy.
L.A. De Santos Photography
02.10.2015: Ceramic or porcelain, mosaic or large-format, rectified or squared, tile is a clay canvas for not only original expressions, but also for convincing imitations of natural materials.
Courtesy Ceramiche Astor
02.09.2015: Mimi Zeiger sees Groundswell: Guerilla Architecture in Response to the Great East Japan Earthquake at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture.
Hiroyasu Yamauchi
02.09.2015: Bryant Park Corporation builds momentum for 41st Street placemaking project.
Courtesy Bryant Park Corporation