From the Magazine: A boutique Colorado firm is bringing an architect's sensibility to structural engineering, and is landing big-name clients (Michel Rojkind, Sasaki) in the process. [ARCHITECT]
Quote of the Day: "For devotees, the opportunity to open Albert Frey's kitchen cabinets and poke around his property, albeit while watching out for rattlesnakes, may have been worth any cost."—Patricia Leigh Brown reports on Modernism Week in Palm Springs, Calif. [The New York Times]
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The online database HistoricPlacesLA launched. [CityLab]
These stools with handles are more chic alternative to folding chairs. [Design Milk]
Developers are pouring money into creating suburban McMansions, but urban planners argue that they should be focusing on building urban, walkable communities. [The Atlantic]
Architecture inspires dancer Biba Bell, whose father designed houses. [Detroit Metro Times]
Photos of a 90-square-foot West Village apartment. [Curbed New York]
Awards: Enter Now!
AIA San Francisco's Design Awards program recognizes projects in the Bay Area. Submissions are due today, Feb. 26.
The Residential Architect Design Awards (RADA) recognize outstanding work in advancing residential design. The standard entry deadline is extended to Friday, Feb. 27.
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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