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Why is ETFE the material of choice for U.S. stadia?

"Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. Thankfully "E-T-F-E" does. The material—commonly referred to by its acronym—is all the rave within the architecture world right now, mostly notably seen in contemporary stadia design.

A Project Engineer at New York firm, Thornton Tomasetti, Alloy Kemp spoke to The…

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“Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia” arrives at Berkeley’s BAMPFA

Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, which celebrates the design objects and artworks created during the 1960s radical counterculture era, is making a West Coast appearance at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) this semester.

The multimedia-rich exhibition arrives…

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7,000-square-foot Frank Lloyd Wright home in New Canaan goes on sale

Designed in 1955 for Joyce and John Rayward, this Frank Lloyd Wright house was completed by its second owner Herman R. Shepherd, who purchased the property in 1964. (It's variously known as the John L. Rayward House, Rayward–Shepherd House, or Tirranna, which means "running waters" in the Australian aboriginal language.) The seven-bedroom house extends over…
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Buckminster Fuller Institute moving HQ to San Francisco

Late last week, the Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI)—an organization dedicated to continuing the ambitious, global work of architect Buckminster Fuller—announced it would be relocating to the West Coast. "After twelve exciting and successful years in New York, we’re moving BFI’s headquarters back to California, which is where we got our start,"…