From the Magazine: Reforma Towers by Richard Meier & Partners Architects with Diametro Arquitectos won a 2015 Progressive Architecture Award. [ARCHITECT]
ICYMI: The ABI score dropped to 49.9 in January.
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Video of the Day: Kansas City, Mo.–based Populous released redevelopment plans for plan for the Shipyards district of Jacksonville, Fla.
Eight More Stories for Wednesday:
The tiny house movement is taking some tips from the luxury home market. [ForbesLife]
Real estate developer Ross Perot Jr., plans to host a design competition for the first Dallas skyscraper in decades. [The Dallas Morning News]
SFMOMA is installing Richard Serra's "Sequence" sculpture before the building is finished. [Examiner]
The Sony Building's penthouse will be listed for $150 million. [Curbed New York]
Mali's hottest sustainable building material: mud. [Good]
Apple's stores may be getting a design makeover in the foreseeable future. [CNN]
A collection of New York City rooftop houses. [New York Design Agenda]
The Federal Aviation Administration's new proposed rules for commercial operators of small drones are mostly positive for construction. [Equipment World]
Step Up, Step Down:
William Hendrix, AIA, joined HGA's Washington, D.C., office and will focus on new business development for the Corporate Practice Group. [HGA Architects and Engineers]
Awards: Enter Now!
The Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA) recognize outstanding work in advancing residential design. The standard entry deadline is this Friday, Feb. 20.
The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept until March 31.
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