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06.04.2015: Founded in Stuttgart by the son of Gunter Behnisch, and with an office in Boston, this practice focuses on the human experience of architecture.
Courtesy Behnisch Architekten
06.03.2015: An interactive installation emulating falling rain will activate a darkened D.C. underpass.
Courtesy Thurlow Small Architecture/NIO
06.03.2015: Peter Samton remembers the boundless enthusiasm and tenacity of architect Jordan Gruzen.
Courtesy Gruzen + Partners
06.02.2015: Changes on track for Chicago's historic Pullman neighborhood.
Courtesy AIA Chicago
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06.02.2015: Knobs, levers, locks, and handsets: Providing both security and the all-important initial aesthetic impression, decorative door hardware is a key design detail.
Courtesy Emtek
06.02.2015: The Dallas artist's work depicts the city's architectural icons as though glimpsed while passing in a car.
Kim Cadmus Owens
06.01.2015: Aaron Seward reflects on two low-income/worker housing developments in the Lone Star State.
Designtrait
06.01.2015: Gensler takes the workplace outside in its renovation of a 1960s office park.
Fotoworks
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05.29.2015: Digitally-fabricated folded aluminum screen animates a utilitarian structure.
Robin Hill
05.29.2015: Los Angeles about to complete overcrossing to bridge freeway divide downtown.
Oliver Hess / Courtesy Los Angeles Department of Public Works
05.29.2015: Duks Koschitz recalls his encounters with the legendary German architect.
Christine Kanstinger
05.28.2015: Updated plans released for Mies' MLK Library in Washington, D.C.
Courtesy DC Public Library
05.28.2015: Building Together by Roger Katan with Ronald Shiffman relates examples of planning with local communities.
Roger Katan