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Lost African American apartment building unearthed in Chicago
A maintenance project uncovered tile from the Mecca Flats outside S. R. Crown Hall at IIT. The existing building, widely regarded as one of Mies van der Rohe’s masterpieces, stands on the site of the storied African American residential building.
2026 World Cup preview: Which U.S. cities will host?
The winning United Bid between the United States, Canada, and Mexico proposes 17 American cities and existing stadiums to host 2026 FIFA World cup matches. The list of hosts has not been solidified.
Michael Arad unveils design for Charleston shooting memorial
Handel Architects and Michael Arad reveal a design for a permanent memorial dedicated to the victims of the Emanuel Nine massacre at the historic Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston.
Sandy Hook memorial moves forward
Three teams are in the running to design a memorial honoring the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.
Foster + Partners leads new path for British architecture apprenticeships
Future British architects may not have to go through the same full-time education as their predecessors. Architecture students in the U.K. will now be able to participate in architecture apprenticeships to gain entry into the profession.
Enjoy the weekend, and see you next week!