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At a party for Marlon Blackwell in honor of his Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award, Peter Eisenman introduced the Fayetteville-based architect and asked him, rather stupidly, “When are you going to get out of Arkansas and come to New York?” The Architect’s Newspaper thinks it is great that Blackwell is thriving outside the coastal echo-chambers, and we are excited to see what the future has in store for Blackwell and his cronies from the Natural State.