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04.14.2015: Whether it's a unitized wall panel to facilitate faster build-speed or a cladding material that promises unlimited creative expression, new products for facades elevate both the art and science of design.
Courtesy Trespa
04.14.2015: Meet New York City's best architecture practice that nobody's ever heard about.
Courtesy Fogarty Finger
04.14.2015: Gustafson Guthrie Nichol designs a civic park for San Antonio's 1968 international exposition grounds.
Courtesy Gustafson Guthrie Nichol
04.13.2015: Alan Hess says Googie is as modern as a Craig Ellwood house.
Alan Hess
04.13.2015: Reimagined packinghouse centers Anaheim's new "Foodie District."
Courtesy Anaheim Packing District
04.13.2015: Austin's Arkie's Grill is given a Googie-inspired transformation to become Sawyer & Co.
Casey Woods
04.10.2015: Pei Cobb Freed's tilted tower to rise in Downtown Sacramento.
Courtesy Pei Cobb Freed
04.10.2015: Restoration brings Frank Lloyd Wright's long-suffering Hollyhock House back to its original form.
Joshua White
04.10.2015: A custom concrete curtain wall complements a Singapore university building's unique form.
Hufton and Crow
04.09.2015: Ohio courts parse NBBJ's role in disease outbreak connected to hospital plumbing.
Courtesy Wikimedia Commons
04.09.2015: Kevin Daly Architects brings the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music into the digital age.
Iwan Baan
04.09.2015: Alan G. Brake considers the victories and losses of the preservation movement.
Iwan Baan / Courtesy MCNY
04.08.2015: ULI panel proposes turning Houston Astrodome into multi-use park.
Courtesy ULI