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Reimagining the Denver Performing Arts Complex
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Reimagining the Denver Performing Arts Complex

DPAC was a striking example of 1970s civic architecture. H3 Hardy takes on the... Read more

The Future of D.C.'s Abandoned McMillan Park
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The Future of D.C.'s Abandoned McMillan Park

After years of contentious debate over what to do with one of D.C.'s largest... Read more

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Three Takeaways from "Smart Growth: Reimagining Industrial Areas in Washington D.C." Three Takeaways from "Smart Growth: Reimagining Industrial Areas in Washington D.C."

As part of their ten-part speaker series, the National Building Museum hosted Andrea Limauro and Tracy Gabriel of the D.C. Office of Planning, on Jan. 13, to discuss Ward 5 Works, a proposal to reuse and transform the decommissioned industrial areas in Northeast D.C. in an effort to diversify the area’s economy and grow emerging industries. Read more

Morning News Roundup: Jan. 8, 2014
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Morning News Roundup: Jan. 8, 2014

The crumbling Detroit building went for $1.1 million, John King critiques The... Read more

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Wakefield Beasley & Associates Designing Atlanta Braves Mixed-Use Development Wakefield Beasley & Associates Designing Atlanta Braves Mixed-Use Development

The firm will design the mixed-use portion of the team's future home, the baseball team announced on Wednesday. Read more

New Affordable and Veterans Housing Project by Sorg Architects
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New Affordable and Veterans Housing Project by Sorg Architects

An under-construction housing project in Washington, D.C., designed by Sorg... Read more

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Three Finalists Chosen for Future Ground Competition Three Finalists Chosen for Future Ground Competition

Three teams were selected in an open call urban design competition to develop projects to revitalize the population, market, and climate of New Orleans neighborhoods left damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Read more

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Los Angeles Architects are Already Reimagining the City's Rooftops Los Angeles Architects are Already Reimagining the City's Rooftops

Last month, the city got rid of a 1950s rule requiring that skyscrapers have flat tops for fire department helicopters. This opens current sky-high real estate to pools and decks, and the potential addition of spires to future projects. Read more

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Morning News Roundup: D.C.'s Dupont Underground Morning News Roundup: D.C.'s Dupont Underground

Critic Michael Kimmelman reviews David Adjaye's Sugar Hill project, Guggenheim hosts a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, and more headlines for Tuesday. Read more

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Cardiff Interchange Cardiff Interchange

Foster + Partners

Second HomeSecond Home

SelgasCano

Art in the CityArt in the City

Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition, Moreau Kusunoki

COSMO at MoMA PS1COSMO at MoMA PS1

Office for Political Innovation

Indefinite HangarIndefinite Hangar

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux

Herzog & de Meuron

8600 Wilshire8600 Wilshire

MAD Architects

Tor di Valle RomaTor di Valle Roma

Studio Libeskind

Garage Museum of Contemporary ArtGarage Museum of Contemporary Art

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

La Casa Supportive Housing ProjectLa Casa Supportive Housing Project

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, LEO A DALY

Principal Riverwalk Hub SpotPrincipal Riverwalk Hub Spot

Substance Architecture

Pleated HousePleated House

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Centennial ChromographCentennial Chromograph

Variable Projects

Quonochontaug HouseQuonochontaug House

Bernheimer Architecture

The Lawn on DThe Lawn on D

Sasaki Associates

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