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05.01.2015: The Huntington's new visitor center thinks big, looks small.
David Wakely
05.01.2015: Building technology research center features wood, integrated photovoltaics, and green wall.
(Martin Tessler / Courtesy Perkins+Will)
04.30.2015: Design studio hOmE evokes pre-war Paris for a Brooklyn wine bar.
Courtesy hOmE
04.29.2015: We asked some of our favorite architects from across the United States to answer 11 questions about the state of the practice today.
Courtesy Page
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04.29.2015: Georgia's largest city is establishing a new pattern for urban success.
Courtesy Atlanta BeltLine
04.29.2015: In addition to polling architects on a list of questions central to the practice today, we sent a separate list of questions to prominent critics and thinkers.
Veronica Aguilar / Flickr
04.29.2015: Howeler+Yoon combine cutting-edge tech and age-old craft to complete the Sean Collier Memorial at MIT.
Scott Newland / Courtesy Howeler + Yoon
04.28.2015: SWA puts the park back in Houston's Allen Parkway.
Courtesy SWA
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04.28.2015: Take an exclusive look inside The Beekman, one of the world's first skyscrapers.
The Architect's Newspaper
04.28.2015: Philip Johnson design being reborn as Center for Sufism in rural California.
Courtesy Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects
04.28.2015: When creatively sheathed, even a basic box can achieve an anything-but-ordinary appearance.
Courtesy 3form
04.27.2015: Cleveland hopes a major transportation project will spur economic growth.
Courtesy City Architecture
04.27.2015: HKS designs a resilient hospital for tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri.
Courtesy HKS