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03.26.2014: Austin's new children's museum educates and entertains through architecture.
Casey Dunn
03.26.2014: New York City-based lighting designer has a sensitivity to light.
Kirk Gittings
03.25.2014: How best to restore New York City's first concrete building?
Ethan Hartman / Flickr
03.25.2014: Prime supplier of software and equipment for New York's bikeshare program declares bankruptcy as funding problems emerge.
slgckgc / Flickr
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03.25.2014: Whole Foods opens its first Brooklyn store.
Caleb Crawford
03.25.2014: Architect Adam Wheeler transformed a Los Angeles thrift store into an upscale boutique.
Mark Montiel
03.24.2014: Destroyed by fire, St. Louis church finds new life as an art park.
Courtesy Gluckman Mayner
03.24.2014: Shigeru Ban wins the profession's highest honor, the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Hiroyuki Hirai
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03.24.2014: Four case studies of transformative retrofits.
Bruce Damonte
03.21.2014: A room-filling parametric design makes its way from the classroom to Austin's famous music festival.
Casey Dunn
03.21.2014: Planning and design seem to be a low priority for the de Blasio administration.
Rob Bennett
03.21.2014: Sean Khorsandi on the book, Modern American Housing: High-Rise, Reuse, Infill.
Courtesy New City Books
03.21.2014: Richard Meier & Partners designs a pair of breezy towers for Mexico City's grand Paseo de la Reforma.
Courtesy Richard Meier & Partners