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  • 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.

  • Number of the Day: $200 million

    The estimated price of the art collection that former Univision CEO Jerry Perenchio has promised to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art upon his death. The caveat? The institution must first construct a new building, currently slated for completion in 2023.

  • Morning News Roundup: Nov. 7, 2014

    Japanese architect Arata Isozaki criticizes the Tokyo Olympic Stadium design, Blair Kamin speaks out against Chicago's Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, and more news for your Friday.

  • Topography as Typography

    Aerial Bold is a typeface made from architectural and infrastructural letterforms picked out from a collection of satellite imagery taken from all over the world.

  • 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. 5, 2014

    Zaha Hadid designs a new bracelet, Chicago Tribune readers weigh in on the Lucas Museum, and Moscow adds e-book downloads to the subway.

  • 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.

  • AIA Los Angeles Honors the Year’s Best with 2014 Design Awards

    Morphosis Architects took home the highest the highest honor of the evening for the Emerson College project in Los Angeles.

  • Overheard at ACADIA: The Future of Architecture, Design, and Fabrication Lies in Computers

    Technology leaders at the 34th annual Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture conference see programming, software development, and engineering as integral to next-gen architecture.

  • 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.