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02.11.2016: Increasing urban populations demand innovative green spaces.
Images courtesy respective firms unless noted
02.10.2016: Cooper Hewitt finishes renovation with new Walter Hood-designed public garden.
Agaton Strom Photography/Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
02.09.2016: Marlon Blackwell completes a pool house that breaks from its suburban context.
Timothy Hursley
02.09.2016: Philadelphia's Wilma Theater gets a colorful neon facelift.
Courtesy Wilma Theater and Kristen Robinson Design
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02.09.2016: Modular and adaptable acoustic panels allow for a changing environment.
Courtesy Moz Designs
02.08.2016: City of Chicago approves mega-development along river.
Courtesy Perkins+Will
02.08.2016: In El Paso, a site-specific installation engages politics at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Courtesy Agency
02.05.2016: A mixed-use development on Manhattan's Far West Side could be Pier 40's savior.
COOKFOX Architects
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02.05.2016: Rafael Vinoly Architects crafts a discreet residential tower in Chicago.
Rafael Vinoly Architects
02.04.2016: As an educator, Alvin Boyarsky amassed one of the finest collections of 20th century drawings from Zaha to Koolhaas.
Courtesy Collection of the Alvin Boyarsky Archive
02.04.2016: Plans are in the works to boost up a historic Times Square theater nearly 30 feet as part of a redevelopment scheme.
Copyright 1920 by American Studio, N. Y. / Palace Theatre / 500
02.04.2016: Baltimore's historically black Morgan State University expands over territory once the site of segregation.
Courtesy KPF
02.03.2016: Baltimore looks to revitalize its downtown by clearing vacant houses in a massive five-year demolition plan.
Courtesy Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development