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09.06.2013: Designers in Indianapolis fabricate a graphic, splintered design.
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09.06.2013: Alan Hess on Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A.
Jurgen Nogai
09.05.2013: After 11 years, San Francisco finally opens Bay Bridge's new eastern section.
Tom Paiva Photography
09.05.2013: Freecell Architecture wins competition to activate an empty lot across from the Pulitzer Foundation in St. Louis.
Courtesy Freecell Architecture
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09.04.2013: A Mies-designed plaza in Chicago turns green and cozy.
Courtesy Ted Wolff Landscape Architects and Goettsch Partners
09.04.2013: In the wake of MOCA's New Sculpturalism show, Sam Lubell looks to the future of Los Angeles architecture.
Tom Bonner
08.30.2013: Ann Beha Architects' Shelburne Museum expansion brings a contemporary expression to its historic setting.
Peter Vanderwarker
08.30.2013: An emerald-hued, 45-story residential tower designed by bKL Architecture may soon rise on Chicago's Michigan Avenue.
Courtesy bKL Architecture
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08.30.2013: Students use parametric design to fashion a porous architectural screen that draws from contemporary marble sculpture.
Burr/Stranix
08.30.2013: Guy Horton on A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California.
Tom Bonner
08.29.2013:  Brian Newman explores the austere complexity of Donald Judd's art at St. Louis' Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
Florian Holzherr Art / Judd Foundation
08.29.2013: Santa Monica-based architecture firm, Minarc, designs affordable net-zero homes in South Los Angeles.
Art Gray
08.28.2013: Streetcar, trolley, and rail projects are stirring development in the Midwest.
Courtesy Ross Barney Architects