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Eavesdrop> Bilbao of the Midwest?

If you read this column, you know Eaves loves a party. You also know we self-deprecatingly speak of mediocre Midwestern cities (we’re from Louisville). Even with summer winding down, there’s no need to stick out that lower lip. A slew of—well, ok, three–high profile openings will tickle even the slightest…
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A decade of green growth celebrated at CitiesAlive!

It's hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since the first green roof gathering in Chicago, when 400 green roof enthusiasts came together from around the world to share their passion and knowledge of green roofs.  Since then, we've laid some very important foundations for the industry, which enjoyed…
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AIA 2012 Firm Survey: A Bleak Backward Glance

The AIA has released its 2012 Firm Survey, and brace yourself--Cormack McCarthy's bleakest novel would make for more cheerful reading. The AIA reports that for all the firms surveyed, collective gross revenue dropped 40 percent between 2008 and 2011. In real numbers that's a decline from $44…
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On View> Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School

The Formation of the Japanese Print Collection at the Art Institute: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School The Art Institute of Chicago 111 South Michigan Avenue Through November 4 Frank Lloyd Wright visited Japan for the first time in 1905, inspired by the country’s pavilion at the 1893 World’s…
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On View> Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian House and Pavilion

A Long-Awaited Tribute: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian House and Pavilion Guggenheim Museum 1071 Fifth Avenue Through February 13, 2013 In the years just before Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum forever altered the face Fifth Avenue, the directors of the museum went on a charm offensive. In 1953, they presented…
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LYNN PROJECT SINKS

Bummer. SFMOMA, soon closing for several months for its Snøhetta-designed expansion, was hoping to keep things interesting by hiring Greg Lynn to design a floating exhibition in the San Francisco Bay. The project, coordinated with sail maker North Sails, would have included 200 sculptural…
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SHFT+ALT+DEL: September 7, 2012

Denver Art Museum has appointed William Morrow as its curator of contemporary art. Morrow was the founding director of the 21c Museum in Louisville, KY, where he gained recognition for developing programming to introduce wider audiences to contemporary art. NYC-based architect David Katz has launched Katz…