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Sound + Vision

A new entry plaza and lobby pavilion greet Pacific Amphitheatre visitors. John Linden

How does one embody the movement and energy of performance in a static form? Jess Mullen-Carey and Bill Beauter of the firm Make Architecture conceived of a metal diagrid-patterned facade with a ceiling of extruded pendants and…

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Press Cafe

Courtesy Cass Co.

Press Café
4801 Edwards Ranch
Road #105, Fort Worth,…

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Deep Ellum News

Courtesy Perkins + Will

For a neighborhood that has gone through its share of nine lives, Dallas’s Deep Ellum is an interesting case of starting from the ground up. Its past is checkered, but Deep Ellum has never been void of pride or community investment. A history dating back to…

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Virtuel Reality

A page from Eisenman's latest book is made from photos of cutout models. Courtesy Yale University Press

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Seeing Spots

Cyrille Lallement
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Salt Shed: In Praise of the Urban Object

WXY and Dattner Architects' Spring Street Salt Shed joins a select few buildings in New York City that can be considered estranged urban objects as much as architecture. Field Condition The city consists of a multitude of architectural and infrastructural objects. We tend to resist the description of “object,” for…
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Armour All

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson overhauls a waterfront big box store into Under Armour's corporate headquarters. Jeffrey Totaru Photography/Courtesy Under Armour

Eighteen months ago, the former Sam’s Club in south Baltimore was one of hundreds of “dead” big-box stores that were abandoned by their former operators due to poor sales.

Today, the…

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Courtyard Avant-Garde

Weaving the Courtyard will veil PS1's outdoor spaces in a colorful rope canopy. Courtesy Escobedo Soliz Studio

“We wanted to take an intervention, an approach—I don’t know if it’s land art, exactly, but it’s inspired by an art source,” explained Andres Solíz Paz who, with Lazbent Pavel Escobedo Amaral, is…

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Remembering to Remember

Designer Joe Weishaar and sculptor Sabin Howard crafted a design that connects World War I to current and future generations. Joseph Weishaar & Sabin Howard/Courtesy U.S. World War I Centennial Commission

The World War I Centennial Commission in Washington, D.C., announced January 26 that Joe Weishaar and Sabin Howard were…

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Do the Rite Thing

Contemporary glass-walled meeting rooms complement restored wooden trusses. Ryan Gobuty / Courtesy Gensler

There was once a time when what went on in Masonic temples was shrouded in Freemason mystery. We may never know the ritual and pageantry that filled the multiple halls of the former Masonic Temple in Glendale,…