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Weekend edition: Winners, Travis Scott, and New York’s next great public space

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Rendering of Simone Leigh’s Brick House on its plinth on the High Line (James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro/Courtesy the City of New York)
Rendering of Simone Leigh’s Brick House on its plinth on the High Line (James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro/Courtesy the City of New York)

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Pedro y Juana

MoMA has selected five teams for its Young Architects Program 2019. Shown here: From the Tropics with Love by Pedro & Juana (Kendall McCaugherty, Hall+Merrick Photographers, © MCA Chicago)

MoMA picks five finalists for the Young Architects Program 2019

The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 have announced the five finalists for next year’s 20th annual Young Architects Program (YAP).

The latest rendering of 550 Madison's entrance by Snøhetta

The latest rendering of 550 Madison’s entrance. In this scheme, the 110-foot-tall arch has been preserved. (Courtesy Snøhetta)

Snøhetta goes back to the drawing board with revised AT&T Building plans

Snøhetta is back at work on the AT&T Building renovation. This time they’ve released new renderings showing their plans for the tower’s entrance and garden.

Photo of interior of Harvard Graduate School of Design

Will Travis Scott be studying in the trays? (Courtesy Harvard Graduate School of Design)

Travis Scott tweets that he is applying to Harvard GSD

Travis Scott announced on Twitter that he is applying to Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design to study architecture this week.

Rendering of Simone Leigh's Brick House on its plinth on the High Line

Rendering of Simone Leigh’s Brick House on its plinth on the High Line (James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro/Courtesy the City of New York)

New York’s High Line prepares to open its next great public space

The first art project on the new High Line plinth will be Brick House, a sixteen-foot-tall bronze bust of a black woman by Brooklyn’s Simone Leigh.

Infrastructure: Confluence Park (Casey Dunn)

Infrastructure: Confluence Park, Lake|Flato Architects and Matsys (Casey Dunn)

Announcing the winners of the 2018 AN Best of Design Awards

We are proud to announce the winners of 2018’s AN Best of Design Awards. Congratulations to all of our winners and honorable mentions!

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