Table of Contents August 2007




  • An Encore For HGA

    When a college in Minnesota needed to expand its beloved arts center, it knew where to turn: to Hammel, Green & Abrahamson, the firm it had partnered with four decades before.

  • Open Office

    Branching out to new markets is becoming de rigueur for architecture firms, but there's more than one way to go about it.

  • Piranesi As Designer

    A fresh look at the eighteenth century artist and architect Giambattista Piranesi.

  • The Savior of New Orleans?

    So much depends on Ed Blakely, the planner charged with pushing the recovery effort from idea to reality.




Screen Capture

Other Articles

  • Exhibits

  • Straight From NeoCon

    NeoCon took over the Merchandise Mart in Chicago for three days in early June this year. So big it has its own zip code, the Mart was filled to capacity with new furniture, fabric, carpet, wall coverings, flooring, and more.

  • Charlotte, N.C.

    Smart development options downtown and on the outskirts are keeping the banking and finance hub that is Charlotte on an upward course.



Best Practices

  • Boxed Up

    Archives preserve a company's history. They also help in the here and now.




  • Welcome To Monticello

    A visitors center by ayers/saint/gross builds on the legacy of America's third president and first architect, Thomas Jefferson.



Object Lesson



  • Beverly Willis

    A pioneer in the profession makes sure the history books tell the whole story.