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ARCHITECT Visits: South Park, San Francisco
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For more than 20 years, the South Park neighborhood in San Francisco has been a... 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

International Spy Museum Pulls Out of Carnegie Library Redevelopment Project
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International Spy Museum Pulls Out of Carnegie Library...

The organizers decided not to pursue their proposed redevelopment of the 1903... Read more

Report Proposes New Infrastructure to Combat Sea-Level Rise in Boston
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Report Proposes New Infrastructure to Combat Sea-Level Rise in...

The Urban Land Institute's Boston/New England chapter partnered with local... Read more

Beyond Banham: L.A. and the New Normal
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Beyond Banham: L.A. and the New Normal

The once-outlandish landscapes of Los Angeles are becoming, as Aaron Betsky notes,... Read more

ARCHITECT Visits: Practice Space
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ARCHITECT Visits: Practice Space

Detroit is a city with plenty of opportunity for development. However, getting a... Read more

Past Progressives: Philadelphia Resurgent
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Past Progressives: Philadelphia Resurgent

The Society Hill Towers by I.M. Pei & Associates, which won a 1961 P/A Award,... Read more

Instead of Suburbia: Can Phoenix Discourage Sprawl Now That the Housing Market is Heating Up Again?
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Instead of Suburbia: Can Phoenix Discourage Sprawl Now That...

The suburbs are dead. That was the rallying cry after the housing crash, when... Read more

New Renderings Reveal Further Details of SFMOMA Expansion
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New Renderings Reveal Further Details of SFMOMA Expansion

Snøhetta's addition to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will include a new... Read more

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Designing an Arcade Canopy for Goldman Sachs

To cover a gently bent passageway through New York's financial District, Preston Scott Cohen envisioned an abstract form that soars in many ways. Read more

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