“When I see what has happened to the landscape architecture at Citicorp, all I can think is ‘Who dropped the ball?’ How could a project like that go through Landmarks? How could a significant work of landscape architecture be destroyed and rendered tabula rasa?'” —Charles A. Birnbaum, president and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation
When I see what has happened to the landscape architecture at Citicorp

Landmarked Sasaki fountain at Citicorp demolished

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See Iwan Baan's new photos of this playful design outside Paris!
See Iwan Baan's new photos of this playful design outside Paris

Iwan Baan photographs striking new park and folly along the Seine in France

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The Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Guatemala would end its journey at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art for the Pacific Standard Time festival of exhibitions this Fall.
The Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Guatemala would end its journey

LACMA launches Kickstarter to bring Guatemala’s only contemporary art museum to U.S.

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The program includes three sessions covering issues unique to the region, including innovative building skins, high performance facades, and the future face of Austin. These well-rounded, expert dialogues will inform and inspire.
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The increasing need for multi-disciplinary collaboration within the built environment is driving our industry. Register for the CE course “Raising the Industry Profile” at METROCON Expo & Conference in Dallas August 10 & 11 to hear a panel discussion with high-level leaders from the American Society of Interior Designers/ASID, Construction Specifications Institute, NEWH, Inc. and U.S. Green...
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METROCON Expo and Conference | Interior Design

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Feniosky Peña-Mora is the latest city official involved in the problem-riddled Build it Back program to step away.
Feniosky PeñaMora is the latest city official involved in the problemriddled Build

Feniosky Peña-Mora steps down as NYC DDC Commissioner

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Recently revealed plans by CMG Landscape Architecture would add a bevy of cultural institutions and up to 20,000 residents to Treasure Island, San Francisco.
Recently revealed plans by CMG Landscape Architecture would add a bevy of

New details emerge for major plan to urbanize San Francisco’s Treasure Island

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Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects Inc. has revealed renderings for 1360 Vine, a new 21-story tower proposed for downtown Hollywood, California.
Stanley Saitowitz Natoma Architects Inc has revealed renderings for 1360 Vine a

Renderings revealed for stepped Stanley Saitowitz–designed tower in Hollywood

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Dubbed the Global Hub, Northwestern University’s latest addition to its Evanston campus is a grand new KPMB Architects–designed home to the Kellogg School of Management.
Dubbed the Global Hub Northwestern Universitys latest addition to its Evanston campus

Northwestern University builds a new curving, glassy home for its business school

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There's a movement to break from the digital practice so dominant in the profession, and a return to a more locally and culturally focused approach.
Theres a movement to break from the digital practice so dominant in

Roundtable in Rome highlights new ways for young architects to practice

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Harry Block
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP's (SOM) New York office, the work is the first phase of a wider project that sees Penn Station engulf the James A. Farley Building,
Designed by Skidmore Owings Merrill LLPs SOM New York office the work

New Penn Station concourse is now open to the public

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Heidi Lorenz Wettach
While Studio Gang Architects' "Hive" opens July 4 at the National Building Museum, you can watch its progress from the comfort of home courtesy a nifty time-lapse web cam.
While Studio Gang Architects Hive opens July 4 at the National Building

Watch Studio Gang’s “Hive” installation rise at the National Building Museum

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This Oregon measure has been condemned as a handout to real estate and development interests by preservationists.
This Oregon measure has been condemned as a handout to real estate

Oregon bill would encourage new affordable housing but has preservationists up in arms

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Ken Jones of Miró Rivera Architects will be discussing how his firm has collaborated closely with its engineer to produce beautiful and poetic projects at the upcoming Facades+AM Austin.
Ken Jones of Miró Rivera Architects will be discussing how his firm

Miró Rivera talks about the symbiotic relationship between architects and engineers

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Restored works by Eero Saarinen, Louis Kahn, and Rudolph Schindler were among those honored this year by DOCOMOMO US.
Restored works by Eero Saarinen Louis Kahn and Rudolph Schindler were among

2017 Docomomo US Modernism in America Awards winners announced

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We are very saddened by the loss of our colleague Branden Klayko.
We are very saddened by the loss of our colleague Branden Klayko

Branden Klayko, urbanist and former AN editor, dies at 33

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Gabriel Fuentes
Art and design are reaching new heights of expressive gestures—and we’ve got technology to thank for that.
Art and design are reaching new heights of expressive gesturesand weve got

Why is Maximalism taking over the world?

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Steve McLaughlin
The City Council meeting saw many community members pushback against rezoning without the mandatory inclusion of open, public space.
The City Council meeting saw many community members pushback against rezoning without

Midtown East rezoning proposal one step closer to final approval

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman: "The state law is clear—no license, no architectural work for you. No one is above that standard."
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman The state law is clearno license

“Operation Vandelay Industries” fake architect faces jail time after pleading guilty to charges

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Bjarke Ingels (BIG), Sou Fujimoto, AECOM, David Adjaye, and West 8 are just a few of the firms and architects vying to revamp Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens.
Bjarke Ingels BIG Sou Fujimoto AECOM David Adjaye and West 8 are

Adjaye Associates, BIG, wHY, and others, unveil designs for Ross Pavilion in Edinburgh

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