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  • Morning Roundup: November 6, 2012

    Election Day arrives, plus architecture news from Brooklyn, Tokyo, the Northeast rail corridor and beyond.

  • Morning Roundup: November 5, 2012

    Behind the scenes and above the fray with Iwan Baan, making do without light at New York's Storefront for Art and Architecture, landscape architecture Sandy postmortem, plus architecture news from Milan, Japan, the European Union, and beyond.

  • Stanley Tigerman on the Prentice Women's Hospital

    Stanley Tigerman, the unofficial alderman of Chicago architecture, pens a letter on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's statement of support for replacing the Prentice Women's Hospital.

  • Photographer Noah Kalina Shoots a Darkened Manhattan Skyline

    ARCHITECT photographer Noah Kalina shoots a darkened Manhattan skyline from a perch in Brooklyn.

  • Morning Roundup: October 31, 2012

    Sandy troubles persist for the Northeast, while Soviet design enjoys its moment, plus architecture news from Canada, Honolulu, and Raleigh, N.C.

  • Architect and Draughtsman Lebbeus Woods Dies at 72

    The legendary draughtsman and experimental designer, loved by many for his fantastical and dystopian drawings, died at age 72, before the opening of a major show of his work at SFMOMA.

  • Morning Roundup: October 30, 2012

    Donald Trump responds to a crane collapse, Felix Salmon looks at the larger picture in Lower Manhattan, Oscar Neimeyer released from the hospital, from architecture news from Minneapolis, Indianapolis, and beyond.

  • Statue of Liberty Celebrates Anniversary Renovation

    The renovation of the Statue of Liberty by Mills + Schnoering Architects honors both Gustave Eiffel and Frederic Auguste Bartholdi—using 21st-century digital technology.

  • Sandy Empties East Coast Public Spaces

    Eerie pictures of transit stations and public plazas emptied in the wake of Hurricane Sandy show the strength of the storm—and the power of public spaces.

  • Morning Roundup: October 29, 2012

    Hurricane Sandy stops public transit all along the East Coast; Houston and Washington, D.C., take close looks at Brutalist landmarks; plus architecture news from Indianapolis, Boston, and beyond.