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08.22.2014: NCARB Tri-National program opens the doors for North American practice.
Courtesy FCARM, Mexico City
08.21.2014: Anna Bergren Miller looks into how architect-led design-build can deliver more for less.
Steve Mundinger
08.21.2014: Few people in this world were as colorful, or as fascinating, as the noted environmental designer.
courtesy Sussman/Prejza archive
08.20.2014: A new tower by Robert AM Stern and a park by Michael Van Valkenburgh in Chicago.
Courtesy RAMSA
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08.20.2014: Medical clinic in the Dallas suburbs features a contemporary facade of perforated metal panels.
Michael Moran/OTTO
08.20.2014: Multi-modal transit hubs are driving development from coast to coast.
robert polidori
08.19.2014: New Red Wings arena to catalyze mixed-use development in downtown Detroit.
Courtesy Olympia Development of Michigan
08.18.2014: 360 Architecture and BuroHappold have designed a stadium with a retractable, petal-like roof for the Atlanta Falcons.
Courtesy 360 architecture
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08.18.2014: Autodesk acquires The Living, launches architecture studio.
Courtesy MoMA / PS1
08.15.2014: Gary Paige remembers the restlessly optimistic architect, artist, and teacher.
08.15.2014: Sam Lubell questions the lack of public inclusion in LACMA's building plans.
Courtesy LACMA
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: Architects from around the globe offer their impressions on Koolhaas' Venice Biennale.
Courtesy Polish Pavilion