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on November 01,2010 in Feature

The $41 million Arlington Grove mixed-use development in St. Louis is viewed as a major step in revitalizing the community. Developed by McCormack...

on November 01,2010 in Feature

The first tenants of the Millennium Water development in Vancouver, B.C., were Olympic athletes competing in the 2010 Winter Games. Now the former...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The AEC industry shares a widespread obsession with the new. New is fresh. New is youthful. New is cool. But “old” or “slightly...

on October 12,2010 in Feature

27th Annual Reconstruction Awards—Silver Award. Memorial Field House, once the lovely Collegiate Gothic (ca. 1933) centerpiece (along with...

on October 12,2010 in Feature

27th Annual Reconstruction AwardsSilver Award....

on October 12,2010 in Feature

27th Annual Reconstruction Awards — Gold Award. When the Boston Watch Company opened its factory in 1854 on the banks of the Charles River...

on October 12,2010 in Feature

27th Annual Reconstruction AwardsGold Award. Designed by...

on October 12,2010 in Feature

An innovative restoration turns a historic but inoperable coal-burning steam plant into a modern, energy-efficient marvel at Duke University.

on September 16,2010 in Feature

Omniplan, in association with Jerde Partnership, created an updated design for Santa Monica Place, a shopping mall designed by Frank Gehry in 1980...

on September 13,2010 in Column

Jean Carroon, FAIA, LEED AP, principal at Goody Clancy and author of Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings, on the importance of...