• New Life, Old Fabric

    When the 1975 P/A Awards jurors honored the Faneuil Hall Marketplace proposal, they couldn’t have realized how successful the project would be.

  • 1. The custom counters were designed by Zago Architecture and fabricated locally. The laser-cut steel was powder-coated silver to give it a shine that reflects the surrounding colors, without resorting to a more expensive material that would have taken the project over budget. They also designed the butterfly display case on the back wall to ply the cafés wares.

    Zago Architecture's Mercury Coffee Bar

    Andrew Zago reclaims a piece of run-down Detroit to create a colorful, cartoonish coffee bar for the youth of the city.

  • Brightly colored paint and numbers on the stair treads are among the inexpensive measures used to make the space child-friendly.

    The New SED Center in Washington, D.C.

    Hickok Cole Architects help turn a former shoe warehouse into a new home for SED Center.

  • Alice Tully Hall Is Remade at Lincoln Center

    Diller Scofidio + Renfro and FXFowle Architects put a new face on New York's Lincoln Center with the renovation of Alice Tully Hall.

  • The Gateway, Maryland Institute College of Art

    A mixed-use facility by RTKL Associates provides housing for MICA students and a focal point for the Baltimore art school.

  • Old School, New School: University of Virginia

    To redesign Campbell Hall, U.Va. architecture dean Karen Van Lengen hired her own faculty.

  • Suffragette City

    The restoration of City Hall in University City, Mo., not only aimed to reclaim the building's Beaux Arts past but also to establish its energy-efficient future.

  • From Lions to Lemurs

    FXFowle and the Wildlife Conservation Society found a new use for the Bronx Zoo's vacant Lion House, as a LEED-certified habitat for Madagascan wildlife.

  • On the Links

    Near Fayetteville, Ark., Marlon Blackwell brings clean, contemporary design to an unexpected building type: the golf clubhouse.

  • Richard Morris Hunt, Revisited

    Allan Greenberg architect and KSS architects rework a forgotten building by an American master on the Princeton university campus.



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