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IN THIS ISSUE 08_08.07.2013_MW
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What do a cat, tiki terrace, UFO, and a carnival ride have in common? They're all part of BOX Studio's colorful design for Groupon's Chicago headquarters.
Chris Bentley weighs in on a new Brookings report that urban economies are driving the country forward.
Chicago-based Ideation Studio designs a sleek restaurant with Eastern influences.
Chicago approves plan to revive landmark post office.
Brian Newman explores the austere complexity of Donald Judd's art at St. Louis' Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
Streetcar, trolley, and rail projects are stirring development in the Midwest.
Non-profit challenges plans for Milwaukee's tallest tower.
The HKS architect talks Super Bowls, high-tech design, and originality as Minnesota's Vikings Stadium moves forward.
Cleveland art institutions push uptown development.
Chris Bentley reviews Spontaneous Interventions, a survey of tactical urbanism at the Chicago Cultural Center.
An addition to Chicago's Grant Park includes a skate park.
Chicago orders big buildings to disclose energy usage.
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture design an eco-sensitive skyscraper in Nashville.
Chicago's Bloomingdale Trail gets a new name and new looks as the 606.
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