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11.14.2013: Structural engineers are exploring an unexpected material for high-rise construction, one that may have significant environmental benefits: wood. Chris Bentley bores in.
Courtesy MGA
11.13.2013: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture adding a super-tall tower to New York City's "billionaire's row."
Courtesy Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
11.13.2013: With new development in Boston, new cries for demolition of Brutalist city hall.
Ezra Stoller / ESTO
11.12.2013: Landmark Los Angeles street plan in jeopardy.
Courtesy Melendrez
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11.12.2013: Alan G. Brake calls for a more holistic approach to building sustainable cities.
Courtesy NYC Mayor's Office
11.12.2013: Finalist teams selected for 2014 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program.
Courtesy MoMA
11.11.2013: Sam Lubell on the potential and future of Los Angeles.
Courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
11.11.2013: SHoP and BBB to remake long-vacant Lower East Side site.
Courtesy SHoP
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11.08.2013: Steven Holl Architects designs second arts building at the University of Iowa.
Courtesy Steven Holl Architects
11.08.2013: Architects say Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering stopped their High Line-inspired proposal.
Courtesy RAC Design Build
11.08.2013: Victoria Newhouse reviews the book Capital Culture, J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of Art, and the Reinvention of the Museum Experience.
Courtesy Smithsonian Institution
11.08.2013: A structural, textured metal system wins first place in a competition and the chance to develop a faaade with Zahner Glass.
Raf Godlewski and Stephen Olson
11.07.2013: The jury has deliberated and the results of The Architect's Newspaper and YKK AP's Astrodome reuse design ideas competition are in.