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From Residential Architect: Snow Kreilich Architects designed a lakefront retreat house in Deephaven, Minn. [ARCHITECT]
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For more videos from these guys, check out this blog post by Aaron Betsky. [ARCHITECT]
More Stories for Friday:
Margot Krasojevic designed a concept house that's powered from solar panels and turbines—and floats. [CityLab]
Louis Vuitton will resurrect a 1972 unbuilt project by designer Pierre Paulin and Herman Miller in Miami. [Women's Wear Daily]
A pedestrian bridge at Poughkeepsie, New York, attracts half a million visitors a year. [Next City]
Critic Carolina Miranda argues that the "[l]ow-key and restrained" expansion of the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass., by Pritzker Prize winner Tadao Ando, Hon. FAIA, is "designed for the contemplation of art." [Los Angeles Times]
Photos of San Francisco's dormant Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, which "exists in a weird limbo between opportunity and misfortune." [The Bold Italic]
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