Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF)'s plan for NYCHA's Red Hook Houses recently won a Merit award from AIANY.

Large raised earth “Lily Pads” will help stop future floods at KPF’s Red Hook Houses

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Heatherwick Studio's Pier 55—almost certainly—won't get built after all.

Heatherwick’s Hudson River pier is a no-go

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We're proud to help the Architectural League of New York showcase their Emerging Voices firms—see all of our profiles here!

AN profiles all of this year’s Emerging Voices firms

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Gehry Partners and has quietly started construction on a creative office building in Los Angeles’s El Segundo area.

Gehry Partners breaks ground on 80,000-square-foot L.A. office complex

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Take a peek at the residences Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron are designing in Miami's South Beach.

Renderings revealed for Herzog & de Meuron’s smart homes in South Beach

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One Legacy West by Morrison Dilworth + Walls (seen here) is the latest striking addition to the Five Billion Dollar Mile north of Dallas, Texas.

Four mega-developments near Dallas make up the Five Billion Dollar Mile

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One of the new Willis Tower attractions would let guests descend from the 103rd floor to the 102nd floor by rope in a glass enclosure on the side of the building.

New sky-high attractions proposed for Willis Tower

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Zaha Hadid designed this addition to 660 Fifth Avenue before her passing; Zaha Hadid Architects will carry out the design if the project proceeds.

Rendering revealed of Zaha Hadid Architects design for 666 Fifth Ave.

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One of Hideo Sasaki's few remaining works in New York may be demolished as the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission approved changes to the exterior of 601 Lexington Avenue, formerly known as the Citigroup Center.

Sasaki fountain at Citicorp Center may be demolished

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Hejduk's work was criticized for lacking social or political relevance. The Cooper Union's new exhibition, displaying photographs from Hélène Binet, show just how wrong those critics were.

John Hejduk’s work portrayed in new light at Cooper Union exhibition

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This Frank Lloyd Wright house in New Canaan, Connecticut, features a rooftop observatory, gold leaf chimney, and sculpture paths through the surrounding woods.

7,000-square-foot Frank Lloyd Wright home in New Canaan goes on sale

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"Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. Thankfully "E-T-F-E" does. The material—commonly referred to by its acronym—is all the rave within the architecture world right now, mostly notably seen in contemporary stadia design. Thornton Tomasetti

Why is ETFE the material of choice for U.S. stadia?

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Congratulations to CMG Landscape Architecture, Future Cities Lab, Page & Turnbull, and Arup!

Winners announced to redesign San Jose’s St. James Park

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“What was the Philadelphia School?” at PennDesign features architects like Louis Kahn, Robert Venturi, Romaldo Giurgola, and others.

With Kahn, Venturi, and others, a new exhibition explores the Philadelphia School

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The American Institute of Architects' most recent ABI report is out, and the figures are promising.

Architecture Billings Index witnesses resurgence after bad start to 2017

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Studio Daniel Libeskind now has two major French projects on the boards: one in Nice and another in Toulouse.

Studio Libeskind wins competitions for two new projects in France

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Heatherwick Studio's Pier 55—almost certainly—won't get built after all.

Heatherwick’s Hudson River pier is a no-go

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We're proud to help the Architectural League of New York showcase their Emerging Voices firms—see all of our profiles here!

AN profiles all of this year’s Emerging Voices firms

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Don't miss "Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia" at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive!

“Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia” arrives at Berkeley’s BAMPFA

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Gehry Partners and has quietly started construction on a creative office building in Los Angeles’s El Segundo area.

Gehry Partners breaks ground on 80,000-square-foot L.A. office complex

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