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07.16.2015: Bjarke Ingels Group's latest book, HOT TO COLD, leans heavily on progressive concepts, speculative work, and graphic fireworks.
Courtesy BIG / Taschen
07.16.2015: Detroit restaurant Chartreuse embodies its name with green walls and plants from the Chartreuse region of France.
Michelle & Chris Gerard Photography
07.15.2015: AN explores how architects are bringing nature into commercial and hospitality environments.
Ken Hayden / Courtesy Selldorf
07.15.2015: Instead of closing LaGuardia, let's fix it and close Rikers.
mifl68 / Flickr
07.14.2015: Unite to Save the Frick presents an alternate expansion vision for the storied institution.
Courtesy Helpern Architects
07.14.2015: Chad Oppenheim conceives a remote desert resort carved into the sandstone cliffs of the Jordanian desert.
Visualizations by Luxigon / Courtesy Oppenheim
07.13.2015: A former quonset hut and car dealership in Portland is transformed into a light-filled winery and taproom by local architect Lorraine Gutherie.
Dina Avila
07.13.2015: Selldorf Architects designs a private luxury retreat in the rugged desert landscape of Southern Utah.
Ken Hayden / Courtesy Selldorf
07.10.2015: Metal and glass accentuate Chicago high-rise's iconic form.
Steve Hall
07.10.2015: Bestor Architecture deftly navigates a historic building's past for fashion retailer Nasty Gal.
Courtesy Nasty Gal
07.10.2015: Inspired by the movements of the dining experience, Snohetta, Envelope A+D, and Harrison & Koellner revamp the kitchen and courtyard of the renowned Napa Valley restaurant, French Laundry.
Courtesy Snohetta
07.09.2015: A Rogers Partners-designed headquarters in New York City fosters a fluid startup culture within a traditional Wall Street office building.
Albert Vecerka / Esto
07.09.2015: Reversible Destiny Foundation's experiential passageway in Dover Market seeks to inspire shoppers to reflect on the aging process.
Courtesy Reversible Destiny Foundation