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  • Fitting In

    Today’s cultural institutions look to reuse and adapt rather than transform their environments.

  • The New Normal, part 2

    Can urban, multifamily rentals drive the economy forward?

  • Retro Grades

    Benchmarking laws point toward a new industry in retrofitting existing buildings for compliance.

  • Food: Coolhaus

    Score Louis Ba-Kahn, Mies Vanilla Rohe, and Frank Behry ice cream at food trucks (Coolhaus) in L.A., Austin, and New York.

  • A sheer twist on infill housing in San Antonio

    A perforated aluminum wrapper elevates a San Antonio project.

  • Exhibit: 'Context/Contrast: New Architecture in Historic Districts'

    New construction in historic districts often spurs debate between the value of architectural styles. Through Sept. 2.

  • Lake|Flato Architects

    Central Texas's history, architecture, and growth has had an impact on this firm's downtown San Antontio studio and its work.

  • Exhibit: 'George Nelson: Architect, Writer, Designer, Teacher'

    At the McNay Art Museum in Texas, see design "from the Mad Men era." Through Sept. 11.

  • Still Causing Serious Commotion

    Pliny Fisk III of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is still pushing green-building boundaries after more than 35 years in the industry.

  • Marking Their Mark

    The 2011 COTE Top Ten Green Projects are working examples of the power of a thoroughly integrated approach to architecture, natural systems, and technology.