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  • Trendwatch: New Products from the Opening Day of iSaloni

    With more than 1.5 million square feet of exhibitions, it's impossible to see everything that the Salone Internazionale del Mobile has on offer, but that doesn't stop us from trying. Here are a few of the best things ARCHITECT contributor Ian Volner has seen so far.

  • Postcards From Milan: The Salone Begins

    The designers were still setting up their wares when ARCHITECT arrived in Milan yesterday for the 2013 Salone Internazionale del Mobile, where the storied design fair kicks off today.

  • St. Louis Central Library, Designed by Cannon Design

    This restoration and renovation by Cannon Design of a 1912 Cass Gilbert gem brings the Beaux-Arts elegance of the original into the modern era.

  • Tour Total, designed by Barkow Leibinger

    Frank Barkow and Regine Leibinger discuss their first high-rise project with Ian Volner, which anchors a new 40-hectare development in Berlin.

  • Moscow's Unorthodox Strelka Institute

    Celebrated for its glam bar and cosmopolitan allure, Strelka also has a serious underlying mission: to help reshape Moscow’s urban landscape.

  • Postcard From Miami: Design Roundup

    While European design dominated at Design Miami, there was no suppressing American design—neither at the design fair itself nor in other Miami venues where contemporary art could be seen.

  • Postcard From Miami: Vito Acconci's Here and Now

    Design Miami's Designer of the Year, Vito Acconci, presented "Here/There, Now/Later," a sound installation in Miami's Buena Vista building that offered a meditative break from the glitz and glam of the city's Design District.

  • Postcard from Miami: Herzog & de Meuron's Miami Art Museum

    In town for Design Miami, Jacques Herzog gave his impressions of the Florida city, as well as a preview of the still-under-construction Miami Art Museum, which is expected to open next year.

  • The Whitney Studio, Designed by Lot-ek

    Shipping-container maestros Ada Tolla and Giuseppe Lignano of Lot-ek built this temporary education studio, which takes over the courtyard of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

  • Jujuy Redux

    Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and Maximiliano Spina of Maxi Spina Architects influenced developers and pushed contractors to realize a distinctly modern multifamily mid-rise. It's located in a postindustrial neighborhood in Marcelo and Maxi's hometown of Rosario—which...