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12.17.2015: Incoming Midwest Editor Matthew Messner pontificates about the future of Midwest architecture.
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12.16.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
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12.16.2015: What does Assemble's Turner Prize say about the state of architectural practice today?
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12.16.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
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12.15.2015: AN sits down with Zaha Hadid after her lecture in Chicago to discuss the importance of drawing, her first building in New York, and her thoughts on the Biennial.
Andrew Bruah
12.15.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
Naho Kubato
12.15.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
Courtesy Kristen Garibaldi and Alex Stewart
12.15.2015: Make both residential and commercial buildings energy and time efficient with these top-notch smart lighting, security, and all-in-one products.
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12.14.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
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12.14.2015: Engelbert Kremser, deforming the round.
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12.14.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
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12.11.2015: AN's third annual design award program celebrates some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2015.
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12.11.2015: The Municipal Art Society has lost its fight, says AN editor-in-chief William Menking.
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