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Photos courtesy of the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum
on July 08,2014

Eighty-seven years after Frank Lloyd Wright designed an ornamental gas station for the city of Buffalo, the structure has been built and opened to the public—inside an auto museum. 

Photo courtesy National Building Museum
on July 08,2014

The maze, located in the National Building Museum, is a precursor to an exhibit showcasing some of BIG's projects. To navigate the maze, people must look up.

Renderings courtesy SPARK
on July 07,2014

In an attempt to reunite the nation of Singapore with its harbor, SPARK Architects has designed the "solar orchid"—self-contained, solar-powered pods that mimic traditional hawkers. 

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