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05.16.2014: AN talks to Andy Sedgwick of Arup, who Thomas Phifer calls, "the premier daylight designer in the world."
Courtesy Arup
05.16.2014: Glass loves light, so this museum's roof lets in as much as 425 foot-candles.
Courtesy Thomas Phifer and Partners
05.16.2014: An overarching canopy filters daylight before it reaches the museum's walls.
Iwan Baan
05.16.2014: An in-depth look into four naturally lit contemporary gallery spaces with experts in the field.
Nic Lehous
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05.16.2014: Meenakshi Srinivasan selected to lead New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Courtesy New York Law School
05.15.2014: An operable louver system allows curators to dial in exhibition-specific amounts of daylight.
Nic Lehous
05.15.2014: BKSK's warping tribute to Soho's cast-iron history.
Courtesy BKSK
05.15.2014: Custom diffusers in the cellular concrete ceiling spread daylight evenly, but allow for dynamic changes.
Wesley Law
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05.14.2014: Minneapolis' multimodal transit station and public plaza hopes to catalyze real estate development.
Courtesy Perkins Eastman
05.14.2014: Gensler's Houston luxury tower looks toward the future.
Courtesy Gensler
05.14.2014: Embracing the past, new Los Angeles eatery deftly replaces a local institution.
Ryan Tanaka
05.13.2014: Philly's architecture critic wins journalism's highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize.
Gene Smirnov
05.13.2014: New Cities Summit 2014 coming to Dallas.
Matthew T. Rader