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Meet the winners of our 2019 Best of Products Awards

After hours of carefully deliberating over five hundred entries from our largest ever Best of Products Awards, we are excited to share the Winners, Honorable Mentions, and Editors’ Picks. These eighteen diverse categories cover a wide range of sectors, including building materials, acoustics, furnishings, finishes, tech products and tools, kitchens, baths, and more. Our judges […]

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Brooklyn waterfront office building features brick and glass curtain facades

Brought to you with support from The Brooklyn waterfront is no stranger to development. Over the past two decades, swaths of post-industrial Williamsburg filled with warehouses and factories have been cleared in favor of glass-and-steel residential properties. One building, 25 Kent, an under-construction half-million-square-foot office tower designed by Hollwich Kushner as Design Architect and Gensler […]

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Printed metal panels clad new healthcare facility in Minneapolis

Brought to you with support from Reorganizing nearly two million square feet to offer centralized and accessible care for people who need convenient access to a doctor, same-day surgery, or cancer treatment, Hennepin County Medical Center’s latest project is a new six-story building that consolidates over 40 primary and specialty clinics currently spread across nine […]

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NBA Store offers portal into world wide web of basketball culture

Brought to you with support from       The NBA Store, occupying a 25,000-square-foot corner storefront on Fifth Avenue at 45th Street, offers an immersive shopping experience for NBA fans. The store, designed by Gensler in conjunction with Kurt Salmon and TAD Associates, is a multidimensional design effort that merges basketball memorabilia with technology […]

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MANICA’s Chase Center references San Francisco’s Mission Bay with a sail-like aluminum facade

The Chase Center, the new home for the Golden State Warriors, stands prominently in Mission Bay, San Francisco, and joins a nationwide shift from stadium and arena as standalone monoliths surrounded by acres of asphalt parking lots to those embedded within dense urban frameworks. The 11-acre project, designed by Kansas City’s MANICA Architecture, opened in […]

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2018 Best of Design Awards winners for Interior — Workplace

2018 Best of Design Award for Interior — Workplace: Expensify Headquarters Designer: ZGF Architects Manufacturer: Pure+FreeForm Location: Portland, Oregon Expensify’s new headquarters is lodged in Portland’s National Landmark First National Bank. ZGF Architects collaborated with architectural metal design studio Pure+FreeForm to develop a design concept that reflects the company’s flexible work ethos. Office spaces are spread throughout the historic […]

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Announcing the winners of the 2018 AN Best of Design Awards

The 2018 AN Best of Design Awards was our most exceptional yet. After expanding the contest to a whopping 45 categories and opening the competition to all of North America (including Canada and Mexico), we received more than 800 submissions, which made the judging more difficult than ever. An impressive range of projects came from […]

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Facades+AM Seattle

The Facades+ conference series sponsored by The Architect’s Newspaper is a robust dialogue encompassing all things building skin—bridging the profession, industry, academia, operations, and ownership. We’ve distilled the best of the Facades+ 2-day event into a quick-take morning forum with a strong local flair. Facades+AM returns to Seattle this December 8. Facades+AM Seattle features a program co-organized […]

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Is the U.S.’s Biennale Pavilion actually the Quicken Loans Pavilion?

The theme of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale Reporting from the Front—according to its curator Alejandro Aravena—addresses issues like inequality, sustainability, insecurity, and segregation by looking for “creative, innovative projects willing to risk going into such complex fields.” Further, these projects should be “able to integrate more than one dimension at a time, framing old, […]

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