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Brad Pitt’s home-building foundation in New Orleans is being sued by homeowners complaining of construction defects and health issues. (James Ewing/OTTO)
Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation sued for building defective homes
The Make It Right Foundation, a New Orleans–based housing charity, which was founded by actor Brad Pitt in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, has been hit with a class-action lawsuit for allegedly selling residents “defectively and improperly constructed homes.”
Seventeen years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, the World Trade Center is still under construction, but many major structures have been already completed at a rapid rate. (Courtesy ABC News)
2001–2018: Looking at the architectural history of the World Trade Center
The new World Trade Center stands today as a place of remembrance and as an architectural marvel of the early 21st century—one that was built at an extraordinarily aggressive schedule and isn’t done yet.
Spatial Affairs Bureau has unveiled a transformative plan to reshape the Richmond, Virginia, riverfront. (MWDC/Courtesy Spatial Affairs Bureau)
Spatial Affairs Bureau unveils BridgePark plan for riverfront in Richmond, Virginia
Los Angeles and London–based Spatial Affairs Bureau has unveiled a series of transformative concept designs for a major new downtown linear park that would reconnect several communities and establish key points of access to the historic falls of the St. James River in Richmond, Virginia.
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