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07.23.2015: BKSK transforms tired floors in a historic municipal building into bright, open offices to meet the needs of two city agencies.
Courtesy Raimund Koch
07.23.2015: Architect Iker Gil talks about his studio's creative process, the mission of his print magazine MAS Context, and co-curating Chatter.
MAS Studio; Andreas Eg Larsson
07.23.2015: View the jury's picks for products in the "Finishes + Surfaces" and "Interiors + Furnishings" categories.
The Architect's Newspaper
07.22.2015: Baltimore considers replacing a Brutalist plaza with a softer landscape.
Courtesy Mahan Rykiel Associates
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07.22.2015: District of Columbia experiments with new housing model for the homeless.
Anice Hoachlander
07.22.2015: Assertive style and high performance are characteristic qualities in the latest crop of new products and collections for the kitchen and bath.
Courtesy SieMatic
07.20.2015: Several iconic Miami hotels make way for high-end condominiums.
Courtesy Richard Meier + Partners
07.20.2015: The Miami architect uses environmental conditions to give life to his projects.
Courtesy Rene Gonzalez Architect
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07.17.2015: Envelope inspired by history of Dallas' African-American community.
Courtesy Munoz & Company
07.17.2015: Richard Peters remembers the Berkeley architect of high modernism.
Courtesy UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design
07.17.2015: Aaron Seward considers three Lazarus-like tales of development in New York City.
Courtesy Steven Holl Architects
07.16.2015: CASE hosts a conference to explore the ways data can be used in the building industry.
Courtesy Case
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