Historic Preservation

Urban Land Institute Recommends Transforming Houston Astrodome into Multi-Use Park
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Urban Land Institute Recommends Transforming Houston Astrodome...

ULI's $243-million vision for the 50-year-old stadium involves preserving the "... Read more

What Will Happen to Sweet Briar College’s Historic Campus?
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What Will Happen to Sweet Briar College’s Historic Campus?

The Sweet Briar board of directors voted to close the women's college in August,... Read more

Morning News Roundup: March 17, 2015
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Morning News Roundup: March 17, 2015

Architecture news and views from around the nation and beyond. Read more

London's Battersea Arts Centre Catches Fire
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London's Battersea Arts Centre Catches Fire

The 19th-century building, designed by Edward William Mountford, was converted... Read more

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Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015 Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015

J. Thomas Regan, the former dean of the Texas A&M College of Architecture died; architect Ole Scheeren designed a Beijing auction house; critic John King reviews the new Google headquarters; and more news to start your week. Read more

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Exhibition: Great Temple of Travel Honors Former Birmingham Terminal Station Exhibition: Great Temple of Travel Honors Former Birmingham Terminal Station

A “Magic City” landmark is remembered through archival drawings, photographs, and postcards. Read more

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Historic Su-In Line Train Memorialized in Pixelated Installation Historic Su-In Line Train Memorialized in Pixelated Installation

A nostalgic set of sculptures in Suwon, South Korea, remind a younger generation of past passages. Read more

SO-IL and Freaks Freearchitects Selected to Redesign French Glassmaking Center
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SO-IL and Freaks Freearchitects Selected to Redesign French...

The Franco-American duo is hoping to bring back the Site Verrier's cultural... Read more

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A Kickstarter Inititiave to Digitally Transfer Bertoia’s Sonambient Recordings A Kickstarter Inititiave to Digitally Transfer Bertoia’s Sonambient Recordings

Led by The Harry Bertoia Foundation, Bertoia Studios, and Important Records, this project aims to fund the transfer for more than 350 unreleased tapes of sound sculpture recordings by Harry Bertoia to a digital archive. Read more

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Morning News Roundup: Feb. 17, 2015 Morning News Roundup: Feb. 17, 2015

Construction is underway for the Smithsonian's newest museum on the National Mall, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House drew a large crowd at its reopening, and more news for your Tuesday. Read more

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