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The design builds upon the institute’s mission as a catalyst and connector between AUB, researchers and the global community.
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A new development in New York's historic Sugar Hill district nears completion, designed to be an icon for the neighborhood's rich history.
A plan to revitalize New Orleans' Convention Center moves forward after Louisiana governor signs bill.
Today's technologies allow us to work anywhere. So why come to an office at all? Herman Miller has an answer.