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    From Katharina Grosse's paint-splattered works at the Nasher, to a mobile home memorial for Mike Kelley, this year was a big one for architecture and design exhibits around the country.

  • Ohio Senators Propose LEED Ban

    The Buckeye State holds on to its rep as a political battleground with a new fight emerging over the use of LEED in public projects.

  • CLOG Hosts Rendering Exhibition and Lecture in Chicago

    From its print investigation of digital media in architectural representation, CLOG expands its conversation on rendering to an exhibition and lecture at the Art Institute of Chicago.

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    A complex of four museums connected by looping walkway galleries draws its inspiration from the longest bridge in the world.

  • Proxy Design Studio Pushes the Boundaries of 3D Printing with Mechaneu

    Just launched to the public today, Mechaneu engages the hands and brains of design and tech junkies.

  • OMA Completes Shenzhen Stock Exchange Headquarters

    The new headquarters for the Shenzhen Stock Exchange reimagines the typical skyscraper podium-tower relationship by lifting its podium 118 feet above ground level.

  • A Lawsuit Grows Over SITES

    A legal battle is brewing over the green rating system for sites and landscapes.