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April 23,2013

Richard Meier, Thom Mayne, Steven Holl, Hugh Hardy and Robert A.M. Stern are among the prominent architects who on Monday called for the Museum of...

April 19,2013

Construction crews are going to extremes to save the ornate brick façade of the Provo (Utah) Tabernacle temple, which was ravaged by a fire in...

April 17,2013

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last week released preliminary plans for its $300 million Academy of Motion Picture Arts and...

April 12,2013

Seattle's Beacon Food Forest project is transforming a seven-acre lot in the city’s Beacon Hill neighborhood into a self-sustaining, edible public...

Proposed Milwaukee Avenue Bridge. Courtesy Michael Van Valkenburgh
April 12,2013

Plans are moving forward to convert an unused, century-old Chicago rail artery to a 2.7 mile, 13 acre recreational facility and transit corridor...

April 11,2013

The George W. Bush Presidential Center announced today it has earned Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in...

April 11,2013

Just 12 years old, the museum designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien will be taken down to make way for MoMA expansion.

Image © Mark Herboth courtesy NCSU
April 05,2013

The new Hunt Library at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, incorporates advanced building...

Washington Dulles International Airport
March 29,2013

WTTW Chicago, in partnership with the Society of Architectural Historians, has produced "10 Builidngs That Changed America," a TV show set to air...

March 22,2013

A soaring opera center in Hong Kong and a multi-tower music center in Calgary are among the latest cultural projects.