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James Turrell Exhibitions Open in New York Los Angeles and Houston

Exhibitions of James Turrell's work open this summer in Los Angeles, Houston, and New York. It's 2013: the Year of Turrell.

When Architects Design (Miniature) Golf Courses

Back by popularity, the Mini Golf exhibition at the National Building Museum features two entertaining courses designed by Washington, D.C...


Studio Visit

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    Studio Visit: Olson Kundig Architects

    The studio crit remains a crucial part of the culture at this Seattle-based firm, which stops work once per week to gather for a group...

  • Grace La and James Dallman, AIA, launched La Dallman in 1999 in Milwaukee, a block away from their current studio in the citys gentrifying Historic Third Ward. The neighborhood, once known for its wholesale grocers and light-industry warehouses, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Studio Visit with La Dallman

    Grace La and James Dallman, the husband-and-wife duo behind the Milwaukee-based practice, talk about when the workday ends, as well as the...

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    Studio Visit: Core

    With projects across the city, Washington, D.C.'s ever-present Core has participated in building the District from the ground up.

  • Eskew enjoys some of the bestand most unlikelystudio space in New Orleans. The firm established its studio on the 31st floor of an office building in 1999. Before that, Eskew occupied the third floor of a riverfront building on the edge of the French Quarter. The difference between a French Market walk-up and Class A office space is smaller than one might think, says Dumez. We really connected to the street and the activity of the French Quarter. We felt the pulse of the city directly. We heard it. We could smell it, he says.


    Six years out from Katrina and six years away from New Orleans's tricentennial, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is rebuilding the City That Care Forgot.


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