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    Public art lines highway overpasses in Kansas City

  • The Botwin Building

    A green commercial mixed-use building takes the place of a lost Kansas City icon.

  • El Dorado Architects

    We travel to Kansas City to profile the funny, smart, and practical architecture firm El Dorado Architects.

  • Answers to an Architect's Questions about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

    We try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions that an architect may have about this year's stimulus bill.

  • Greensburg Takes Shape, Slowly But Surely

    Parcel by parcel, the Kansas town that was reduced to rubble almost two years ago is building a highly sustainable future for itself.

  • HOK Sport Is a Free Agent

    The board of HOK Group and the managers of HOK Sport Venue Event, which has been a part of HOK for a quarter century and a wholly owned subsidiary since 2000, have agreed to a transfer of ownership, allowing HOK Sport to become an independent firm.

  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

    From its inception to its realization, light permeates every aspect of the Bloch Building, the new addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Mo.

  • Kansas City, Kan.

    The western half of metropolitan Kansas City is beginning to catch up to its Missouri sibling through a series of residential and commercial initiatives.

  • Letter From Kansas City

    A critic returns to her hometown, where Steven Holl's unorthodox vision for a beloved art museum sparked years of debate.

  • HOK Sport

    The Kansas city, Mo.–based firm has a hand in new and renovated stadiums around the country.