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United States Courthouse, Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners United States Courthouse, Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners

This new center in Salt Lake City is, the New York-based firm hopes, a luminous metaphor for the state of the justice system in America. Read more

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Three Takeaways from "Smart Growth: Reimagining Industrial Areas in Washington D.C." Three Takeaways from "Smart Growth: Reimagining Industrial Areas in Washington D.C."

As part of their ten-part speaker series, the National Building Museum hosted Andrea Limauro and Tracy Gabriel of the D.C. Office of Planning, on Jan. 13, to discuss Ward 5 Works, a proposal to reuse and transform the decommissioned industrial areas in Northeast D.C. in an effort to diversify the area’s economy and grow emerging industries. Read more

Two Finalists Selected in City of Dreams Competition
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Two Finalists Selected in City of Dreams Competition

Two firms have won the fifth annual competition focused on sustainable designs. Read more

Morning News Roundup: Jan. 14, 2015
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Morning News Roundup: Jan. 14, 2015

Rem Koolhaas is working with a Russian art collector to build a Moscow museum, HOK... Read more

Morning News Roundup: Jan. 12, 2015
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Morning News Roundup: Jan. 12, 2015

Moshe Safdie chats with The New York Times, a hotel is holding a design contest... Read more

Christo's Proposed Installation Over the Arkansas River Gets a Key Win in Court
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Christo's Proposed Installation Over the Arkansas River Gets a Key Win in Court

Over the River, an installation by artists Christo and the late Jeanne-Claude,... Read more

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Morning News Roundup: Dec. 30, 2014 Morning News Roundup: Dec. 30, 2014

Bridges between two high-rises provide pedestrian shortcuts in China, Cuban architect Ricardo Porro died, Michael Graves says the Portland Building will be spared from demolition, and more headlines you may have missed today. Read more

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Morning News Roundup: Dec. 23, 2014 Morning News Roundup: Dec. 23, 2014

Cities decorate with lights for the holidays, Gizmag names the world's oddest buildings, and more news for your Tuesday morning. Read more

Growth Rate in Construction Starts Predicted to Double in 2015, Report Finds
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Growth Rate in Construction Starts Predicted to Double in 2015, Report Finds

A fourth-quarter economic report by construction consultants Rider Levett Bucknall... Read more

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Chicago Publishes Inaugural Report of Energy Use in Commercial Buildings Chicago Publishes Inaugural Report of Energy Use in Commercial Buildings

The Windy City's evaluation highlights that reducing energy intensity could lead to a 23-percent drop in energy use and $77-million in annual savings. Read more

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