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Tour the Chicago Bulls' new training facility, the Advocate Center, named for the team's partnership with Advocate Health Care. [NBA]
Students at Barcelona's Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalunya developed adaptive architecture that reacts to heat. [Wired]
Lansing, Mich.–based developer Richard Karp is attempting to right what has been called the "worst act of architectural vandalism in Detroit's history." [Detroit Free Press]
A photographic history of railway systems from around the world. [The Guardian]
What the cemetery of the future could look like. [The Atlantic]
Architect Jeanne Gang, FAIA, picked to create a long-range plan for Chicago's Museum Campus. [Chicago Tribune]
Critic Mark Lamster reviews the Clark Art Institute's reconstruction and renovation. [The Dallas Morning News]
Step Up, Step Down:
Steve Pearson, AIA, joined Denver's RNL as principal and national director of military programs.
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