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03.12.2015: Dallas' First National Bank Tower remake is questioning preservation tax credits in favor of appealing to today's market.
Courtesy MAA
03.11.2015: The Philadelphia-based practice has been designing stand-out residential projects for a decade.
Sam Oberter
03.11.2015: The Miami landscape architect splits his time between designing and teaching at Florida International University.
Courtesy Roberto Rovira
03.11.2015: Bruner/Cott's renovation transforms decommissioned McKim Mead & White building into campus event space.
David Lamb
03.10.2015: Anything but conventional, these dramatic luminaires form a compelling physical counterpoint to the ethereal quality of light they emit.
Courtesy Studio Italia Design
03.10.2015: Rafael Vinoly Architects completes the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate in Boston.
Courtesy Bruce T. Martin / EMK Institute
03.10.2015: America's fourth largest city, long notorious for its lack of zoning, is on the cusp of adopting its first General Plan.
Courtesy NASA
03.09.2015: Chris Bentley hopes the Midwest's new crop of skyscrapers will embrace cities at the human scale.
03.09.2015: A new curatorial program at SVA invites students to experiment with space.
Naho Kubota
03.06.2015: The world's first science fiction museum on display at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Courtesy Brooklyn Public Library
03.06.2015: Design to front of class in Chicago's international GEMS school.
bKL Architecture / Darris Lee Harris Photography
03.05.2015: With one foot in New York City and the other in Arizona, this decade-plus-old practice is just now making the leap to large-scale commercial work.
Courtesy Aranda/Lasch
03.05.2015: This Mexico City-based practice eschews high-tech fancy in order to respond to the social and economic realities of its country.
Rafael Gamo