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  • Morning Roundup: October 16, 2012

    The Barclays Center opens, an Atlanta Beltline leg opens, and an Ike Dog Park opens, plus architecture news from Pittsburgh, Boston, and Washington, D.C.

  • Morning Roundup: October 12, 2012

    The vice-presidential debate, Stirling anti-icons, hating on Frank Gehry, plus architecture news from St. Louis, Philadelphia, Cuba, and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: October 11, 2012

    London's Olympic Stadium competes, a Frank Lloyd Wright building turns 50, Julia Morgan everything, plus architecture news from Charleston, Chicago, New York, and beyond.

  • Frank Gehry Plans to Build His Largest Development Yet in Toronto

    Frank Gehry wants to make his mark in his childhood hometown of Toronto, with three residential towers and a mixed-use project that includes a museum. It would be Gehry’s biggest project yet. But can Toronto’s white-hot market keep up pace?

  • Morning Roundup: October 10, 2012

    A MOCA for Cleveland and a clarification on the professions of Piano and Libeskind, plus architecture news from Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and beyond.

  • Paola Antonelli Discusses R&D at the Museum of Modern Art

    MoMA senior curator of architecture and design Paola Antonelli has been appointed as the museum's first director of research and development.

  • Morning Roundup: October 9, 2012

    Saffron on the Barclays Center, no time for Le Corbusier, and building a better bat cave, plus architecture news from all around.

  • Suburban Office Park Vacancy Rates Rising

    With workers fleeing the suburbs for urban offices, suburban office park vacancy rates are rising. Julie Snow Architects is one architect who has reimagined an abandoned suburban office parks.

  • Clinton Global Initiative: The Design Lab

    AIA president Robert Ivy called the Design Lab to assembly at the Clinton Global Initiative to discuss how design can bring about change, such as combating chronic disease.

  • Congress Nixes Manhattan Project Park

    Taking advantage of special session rules, a minority of members of the House scuppered a bill that would have established a new national park to honor the Manhattan Project.