Eva Jiřičná and Platt Byard Dovell White Architects (PBDW) created a striking all-glass stair for the New-York Historical Society's new Gallery of Tiffany Lamps.
Eva Jiřičná and Platt Byard Dovell White Architects PBDW created a striking

New-York Historical Society previews new Gallery of Tiffany Lamps

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The NYPL The New York Public Library's NYC Space/Time Directory is a “digital time-travel service” that combines the library’s map collection with geospatial tools to illuminate the city’s messy and beautiful development over more than a century.
The NYPL The New York Public Librarys NYC SpaceTime Directory is a

Travel though space-time with the NYPL’s new map tool

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Congratulations to this year's winners of the Architectural League of New York's Prize for Young Architects + Designers!
Congratulations to this years winners of the Architectural League of New Yorks

Architectural League announces the winners of 2017 Prize for Young Architects + Designers

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Galo Cañizares Proaño
The University of Cincinnati's Henning Larsen Architects–designed, 225,000-square-foot Carl H. Lindner College of Business will take two years to build at a cost of $120 million.
The University of Cincinnatis Henning Larsen Architectsdesigned 225000squarefoot

University of Cincinnati breaks ground on Henning Larsen’s first U.S. project

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Paul Jamtgaard
Matthew Lawhead
To take a walk down Downtown Los Angeles’s Figueroa Corridor these days is to behold a sea of construction cranes.
To take a walk down Downtown Los Angeless Figueroa Corridor these days

New rendering released for L.A.’s third-tallest tower

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SPORTS's striking design is the result of the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara's Take Part / Make Art Pavilion competition that sought to reposition the museum as a force for urban art through traveling, neighborhood-based installations.
SPORTSs striking design is the result of the Museum of Contemporary Art

SPORTS Collaborative creates traveling “loungescape” for Santa Barbara

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The Hallets Point development promises seven buildings housing 1,917 market-rate dwellings and 483 affordable units, along with a supermarket, school, and waterfront esplanade.
The Hallets Point development promises seven buildings housing 1917 marketrate d

$1.5 billion Hallets Point project in Astoria given green light for a second time as Cuomo secures affordable housing plan

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Fred Castillo
NYC Mayor de Blasio has allocated $100 million in City capital for a new section of Manhattan Waterfront Greenway.
NYC Mayor de Blasio has allocated 100 million in City capital for

Mayor de Blasio unveils new East River esplanade

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From collaborations with Félix Candela to Mies van der Rohe, this new by book by Allan Shulman of Shulman + Associates tells the story of Bacardi's architectural history.
From collaborations with Félix Candela to Mies van der Rohe this new

A new book explores Barcadi’s use of architecture going back to the 1800s

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Heading to AIA Conference on Architecture this week? Be sure to stop by the AN booth 4145 to charge your devices and learn about TECH+! #AIA17
Heading to AIA Conference on Architecture this week Be sure to stop

Tech Plus

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Learn how R/GA is building the connected high-tech office of the future at the upcoming TECH+ expo!
Learn how RGA is building the connected hightech office of the future

How R/GA is designing the office of the future

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By one estimate, this new tariff could raise new home prices by around 4 percent.
By one estimate this new tariff could raise new home prices by around 4 percent

U.S. to tax Canadian lumber—what could this mean for the construction industry?

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Jamie Jamie
Jesus Martinez
We look forward to joining our partner NewCities in Incheon Songdo from June 7-9 for the #NewCitiesSummit. Only a few weeks left to register!
We look forward to joining our partner NewCities in Incheon Songdo from

New Cities Summit 2017 - Incheon Songdo, South Korea | June 7-9, 2017

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YKK AP America/I am an Architect is coming to the AIA Conference on Architecture—see details on their new video and an April 27 giveaway.
YKK AP AmericaI am an Architect is coming to the AIA Conference

YKK AP releases “I am an Architect” trailer and announces AIA Orlando giveaway for video’s premier

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The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture has announced that it will change its name to the School of Architecture at Taliesin.
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture has announced that it will

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture will change its name

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Doina Bogdan
Jeff Wietor
Derek Williams
Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center has been radically modified (and partially demolished) as part of its remodeling.
Paul Rudolphs Orange County Government Center has been radically modified and partially

Update: Renovation of Paul Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center nears completion

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The implications of Cuba's economic and political changes for the country's cultural heritage—much of which suffers from decades of deferred maintenance—are potentially vast and unknown.
The implications of Cubas economic and political changes for the countrys cultural

As Cuba’s economy embraces global tourism, modernist works fall under threat

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Ian Morley
Rob Gayle
Rachel Coulomb
The total re-imaging of Elkus Manfredi Architects' Miami Worldcenter is just one example of how retail is evolving to meet new demands.
The total reimaging of Elkus Manfredi Architects Miami Worldcenter is just one

The old mall is dead and Florida’s largest retail developments are showing what comes next

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Graeme Barton
Denice Shuty
The Architecture Billings Index has continued its surge as the first quarter of the year ended and the AIA reported a March ABI score of 54.3, up from 50.7 the previous month.
The Architecture Billings Index has continued its surge as the first quarter

Billings Index continues strong form, ending first quarter on a high

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