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    Jimmy Stamp on the Fulton Center, John King on the James Corner Field Operations Presidio Parkway proposal, and more news for Tuesday.

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    Hodgetts + Fung principals Hsinming Fung and Craig Hodgetts bring a hands-on approach to the design of a chapel on a catholic high school campus in Carmichael, Calif.

  • The Design Strategist: Evelyn Lee

    A 2014 Young Architects Award winner, Lee is part of a team at MKThink and sees what she does as "architecture plus."

  • Morning News Roundup: Nov. 17, 2014

    The Golden Gate Bridge's upcoming closure will be its longest ever, and a New York City project proposes a 2.4 acre park over the Hudson River.

  • Morning News Roundup: Nov. 12, 2014

    Kean University responds to criticisms of its plans to create a new architecture program, Salesforce wants to buy another San Francisco tower, and more news headlining Wednesday.

  • Morning News Roundup: Nov. 11, 2014

    John King reviews planned San Francisco developments, Chicago plans to build a boathouse, and more news headlining Tuesday.

  • Dialogue: High-Speed Rail Continues Slowly On

    Years after three states noisily rejected billions of dollars in federal funds for high-speed rail, construction on high-speed and other new rail projects is quietly proceeding elsewhere.

  • San Francisco Voters Support Pier 70 Project

    A proposition on Tuesday's ballot was the first to be considered under a new city rule requiring a public vote on waterfront height limit exemptions.

  • Morning News Roundup: Nov. 4, 2014

    A Connecticut firm describes the design for the new Sandy Hook Elementary School, a former resident of New York's Tenement Museum building returns to the site, and San Francisco investigates the story behind some of its home city's empty lots.

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Homes with Haunted Histories

    These four homes designed by the iconic American architect are all settings for tragedies, horror films and series, and building projects gone wrong.