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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Recent national and grassroots initiatives open the door for reuse to have a greater role in sustainable design.
Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.
Peter Rose’s urban design for the port of Montreal mixes public access with a working waterfront.
This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., packs a lot of design bang for the buck.
This new facility is meant to jumpstart the state’s international medical science efforts and provide the Australian city of Adelaide with its own architectural icon.
Ben van Berkel of UNStudio describes his series of quietly colorful structures designed for one of China’s largest flower shows.
The Tokyo-based firm designed a glazed, split-level house in Japan’s Saitama prefecture that explores the owner’s interest in the networks formed by space and nature.
This design for a new City Hall and public park in California is a study in edge conditions, merging building, landscape, and civic presence in one transparent package.
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