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Development

  • Chicago's Brininstool + Lynch Adds SOM Partner, Creates New Firm

    David Brininstool and Brad Lynch have closed their 20-year-old firm and added Skidmore, Owings & Merrill managing partner Tom Kerwin to form Brininstool, Kerwin and Lynch.

     
  • Lexington, Ky.

    Although it has struggled with the issue of how to grow without destroying its past, Lexington now has a plan that blends the old with the new.

     
  • Henkel Headquarters

    An office building by Will Bruder+Partners and CH2M Hill anchors a new development in Scottsdale, Ariz.

     
  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

     
  • Chicago Loses 2016 Olympics Bid

    Chicago is known for its winner-take-all politics, so its loss of the 2016 Olympics to Rio de Janeiro was a stunner. The decision leaves the Midwest metropolis with difficult planning dilemmas.

     
  • Las Vegas

    Las Vegas' rapid and enormous growth over the past 15 years has been a boon for developers. These days, however, the story is just the opposite.

     
  • Eco-Disaster Films Don't Have to Become Reality

    Hollywood sells tickets by showing cities as a source of environmental shame, but designers can envision a brighter dream in which cities are an integral part of nature.

     
  • Urban Designs in Colonial Algiers

    An exhibit at the Getty Center explores the complex colonial-era history of Algeria's capital.

     
  • AIA Center for Communities By Design Focuses on Sustainable Livability

    Joel Mills, director of the Center for Communities by Design, shares his thoughts about the role community development can play in creating livable communities and a healthy planet.

     
  • Bloomington-Normal, Ill.

    Despite the recession, there are shovels at the ready and cranes in the air around Bloomington and Normal, which are pushing green design.

     
 
 
 
 

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