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  • From Lions to Lemurs

    FXFowle and the Wildlife Conservation Society found a new use for the Bronx Zoo's vacant Lion House, as a LEED-certified habitat for Madagascan wildlife.

     
  • Old Age, New Models

    With 76 million baby boomers contemplating life after retirement, the traditional nursing home model is in sore need of an upgrade.

     
  • 2008 National Marketing Communications Award Winners

     
  • Swale Tale

    Rogers Marvel Architects recently parlayed overburdened sewers into a pivotal design for a mixed-income, mixed-use housing development on a brownfield site bordering Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Gowanus Canal.

     
  • an eye for detail

    Robert C. Lautman's first photography job was as an Army shutterbug in World War II. After the war, he discovered architectural photography and over the subsequent decades became one of its top practitioners.

     
  • brandavenue.typepad.com

    Somewhere at the intersection of urban design, pop culture, demographics, and architecture lies the defining character of Brand Avenue, an engaging blog whose interdisciplinary approach offers the reader a steady diet of tasty brain food.

     
  • Weill Greenberg Center at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York

    Polshek Partnership Architects and Ballinger joined forces to build a new, modern health center on the Weill Cornell Medical College campus.

     
  • Winner Takes All

    To develop a winning rfp, focus on your strengths and make sure you send the right message -- and the right messenger.

     
  • The Rebranding of Wimberly, Allison, Tong & Goo

    In 2005, Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo celebrated a milestone that few architecture firms ever reach: Its 60th year in business.

     
  • 20 Presenters, 20 Slides, 20 Seconds

    The informal, rapid-fire presentation style known as Pecha Kucha is Powerpoint's hip, younger cousin.

     
 
 
 

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