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11.23.2015: The Morbid Anatomy Museum explores macabre science in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Robert Kirkbride
11.20.2015: LAtitudes from Heyday Books takes an unconventional approach to discussing Los Angeles architecture.
Lesley Pedraza / Courtesy MAK Center
11.20.2015: Small town receives new high-tech science facility dressed in a dynamic crystalline metal mesh veil.
Courtesy Cambridge Architectural
11.20.2015: Art + Practice deepens roots in South Los Angeles' Leimert Park.
Natalie Hon
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11.19.2015: How interaction design and immersive environments are changing how we relate to architecture and ourselves.
Courtesy Future Cities Lab
11.18.2015: Schaum / Shieh Architects delivers Houston's first indoor-outdoor independent music venue.
Courtesy Schaum / Shieh Architects
11.18.2015: A restaged Gehry-Childs-Adams collaboration renews questions of dance and architecture.
Tom Vinetz / Courtesy Lucinda Childs
11.17.2015: Architects and deans Michael Speaks, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Amale Andraos, and Brett Steele, respond to Patrik Schumacher's criticisms of the Chicago Biennial.
Courtesy Syracuse University
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11.17.2015: From LED glass to sound-absorbing glass, architectural glass and technology are coming together to conceive new and innovative design options.
Courtesy Kuraray
11.17.2015: Standard Architecture converts a warehouse into a gallery on Mission Road.
Fredrik Nilsen / Courtesy Alex Hubbard and Maccarone
11.16.2015: Reopened Clifton's Cafeteria is a Rorschach Test for Los Angeles locals.
Ryan Tanaka
11.16.2015: Michael Maltzan unveils his city-minded Art Center master plan in Pasadena.
Courtesy Michael Maltzan Architecture / Tina Chee Landscape Studio
11.16.2015: Wasserman Projects, a new gallery space in Detroit's Eastern Market, offers art and a platform for urban regeneration.
Courtesy Wasserman Projects