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11.06.2015: Landscape architect Ken Smith shares why he thinks a tree's bottom half is its better half.
Ken Smith
11.05.2015: Mimi Zeiger wonders about the role of nature and the
Ryan Tanaka
11.05.2015: In Hypernatural, architects explore the built environment's evolving relationship with nature.
Courtesy Matsys
11.04.2015: St. Ann's Warehouse finds a new home in a converted tobacco depot on the Brooklyn waterfront.
David Sundberg / Esto
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11.04.2015: New (and old) visualization tools change the face of landscape architecture.
Courtesy Heatherwick Studio
11.03.2015: Decorative glass is making a comeback in a big way thanks to new technologies that take patterns, textures, and colors to the next level.
Courtesy Soli
11.03.2015: Architecture and the court of public opinion.
Courtesy Atelier Peter Zumthor & Partner
11.03.2015: Los Angeles' historic community is still searching to find itself.
Gehry Partners / Courtesy Children's Institute
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11.02.2015: The new book, Gardens of Eden, is a rich look back at Long Island's early planned communities.
Courtesy W. W. Norton & Company
11.02.2015: Luigi Moretti's complex is a masterpiece of mass and scale.
Courtesy Watergate
10.30.2015: Herzog + de Meuron stack wood towers for Vancouver's new downtown gallery space.
Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron
10.30.2015: The facility will serve students, building operators, building energy auditors, and will be used to support the development of new business ventures in energy efficiency.
Michael Moran / OTTO
10.30.2015: Matt Shaw talks counterculture, techno-utopia, and hippies with Walker Art Center curator Andrew Blauvelt.
Courtesy Dario Bartolini (Archizoom Associati)