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    At Pratt Institute, a look at prefab housing systems from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

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    The annual convention in Valencia, Spain, showed that nearly any design and decoration is possible on ceramic tiles with the help of advanced printing capabilities and ingenuity.

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    For the jet lagged journalists and designers on the media tour for Cevisama 2013, the light schedule of the first day was a relief. The trip, organized by Tile of Spain, kicked off on Feb. 3 in Barcelona, Spain, with the ultimate destination of Valencia for its participants.

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    The Kennedy Center announced that 2012 AIA Gold Medalist Steven Holl, FAIA, will design a $100 million expansion for the Kennedy Center, one that could connect the national performing-arts center to the rest of Washington, D.C.