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Anna Bergren Miller looks into how architect-led design-build can deliver more for less.
Elkus Manfredi Architects designs a cost-effective LEED Platinum spec lab building.
Chris Bentley explores the latest horizons in sustainable design metrics.
This Hoboken, New Jersey-based model making studio renders not just plans, but ideas and effects.
Raymund Ryan goes to France to look in on two Tschumi exhibitions and the architect's new Paris Zoo.
Comment> John Lautnerrs Water Sign
Dan Graham makes an astrological analysis of John Lautner's architecture.
Handel Architects unveils plans for 26-story tower at Cornell's Roosevelt Island tech campus.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio issues RFP for affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Paul Gunther visits two recently redone 19th century rooms at the Brooklyn Museum.
Alan Brake questions the wisdom of Detroit's blight removal plan.
Philadelphia Museum of Art unveils master plan for major expansion.
Expo Milano 2015 considers the future of food production.
NCARB announces exam overhauls.
New York City eyes expansion of Select Bus Service.
A new Mexican eatery in Manhattan celebrates unusual ingredients: Bugs.
Alan G. Brake descends into Davis Brody Bond's somber museum
New York City group pushes for museum in Roosevelt Island steam plant.
New Boston mayor opens floodgates on development.
Master plan hopes to spur transformation of Philadelphia's Fairmount Park.
DIGSAU designs a student-oriented hotel in Philadelphia.
Idaho couple proposes paving the nation with specialty solar panels.
Alan G. Brake takes stroll through New York's newest trophy park by Dutch landscape architecture firm, West 8.
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