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Spotlight on Design: Rogers Partners Architects + Urban Designers

Rob M. Rogers, FAIA, partner at Rogers Partners Architects+Urban Designers and recent author of Learning Through Practice (ORO Editions, 2015), discusses the principal desires that guide his practice. He is intrigued by the impact of small things, pursues delight as an experience, and seeks authenticity in realizing projects for buildings, landscapes, and the public realm. A book […]

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Three deck park proposals pop up over Atlanta’s congested urban core

Three groups in Atlanta are proposing to cover portions of the city’s congested downtown highways with deck parks, or green spaces built over highly-trafficked roadways. Riffing off the recent rails-to-trails developments found in New York such as the High Line or Hudson Yards, these park-like platforms would attract newcomers and new development to Atlanta’s urban […]

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Atlanta’s highway-capping park moves forward but seeks new partners and funding

An ambitious plan to build a park over a highway in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood is moving forward after the Buckhead business district voted to create a nonprofit organization that will manage future development, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The nine-acre linear park—proposed last year and planned for a section of Georgia 400—would be designed by the two […]

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Rogers Partners unveils design for new Boys & Girls Club in Manhattan

ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers has revealed the design for a new clubhouse for New York’s Madison Square Boys & Girls Club. The four-story, 45,000-square-foot clubhouse is designed to appeal to teens, who typically drop out of the program as they age. Located on 155th Street in central Harlem, the club offers after-school activities for youth ages 6 to 18; they […]

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Rogers Partners selected to create nine-acre park over highway in Atlanta

Atlanta’s Buckhead Community Improvement District (BCID) has chosen New York City-based Rogers Partners Architects+Urban Designers (Rogers Partners) to execute a vision plan and design for phase one of the Park over GA400. Buckhead is an affluent but automobile-dominated neighborhood in northern Atlanta. GA400 would cap a section of GA Highway 400 and convert it into a nine-acre park with a […]

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A wide array of architects chosen by Walmart owners for Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence Program

The Walton Family Foundation has chosen a group of 36 design firms comprising architects and landscape architects to be part of their Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence Program in a bid to boost the standard of architecture in the up and coming area of Northwest Arkansas. […]

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New renderings revealed for ambitious, highway-capping park in Atlanta

Atlanta is planning a cap-and-trade of the best kind: Today, ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers (Rogers Partners) and Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects released more details of a proposal to cover a stretch of highway in the city’s Buckhead neighborhood and convert it to a lush nine-acre park. “Buckhead Park Over GA400 is a new park typology for the city. Most Atlanta parts are […]

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Here are the AIA New York’s 2015 Design Award Winners in architecture

A jury of architects, landscape architects, critics, educators, and planners has named the 35 winning projects of this year’s AIA New York Chapter Design Awards. “Each winning project, granted either an ‘Honor’ or ‘Merit’ award, was chosen for its design quality, response to its context and community, program resolution, innovation, thoughtfulness, and technique,” AIANY said […]

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St. Petersburg, Florida flooded with proposals to transform its famous 1970s-era pier

About 10 years ago, the city of St. Petersburg, Florida started talking about tearing down one of its most well-known piece of architecture: a 1970s-era, inverted pyramid at the end of a city pier. The city would then replace that pier head with a more modern, but still architecturally significant, statement. So, a few years back, a design […]

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Hickok Cole and Facades+ will spotlight D.C. architectural design and technology

Brought to you with support from As the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., is home to a thriving architectural culture, grounded in both historic and contemporary design. The upcoming Facades+ AM conference on February 20 will provide a forum for the city’s design community to dive into the intricacies of some of the region’s most significant […]

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Announcing the winners of the 2019 AN Best of Design Awards

  After expanding our categories to a whopping 47 and receiving over 800 submissions, the 2019 AN Best of Design Awards were our most successful yet. Of course, this made the judging more difficult than ever. Projects came from firms big and small across every corner of the North American continent. While we are always […]

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