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Q+A: Charles Birnbaum, President and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation
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Q+A: Charles Birnbaum, President and CEO of The Cultural Landscape Foundation

The founder of the Washington, D.C.–based foundation discusses the ongoing design... Read more

Urban Land Institute Shortlists Six International Parks in 2015 Urban Open Space Award Competition
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Kim and Tritton Residence Halls, Haverford College Kim and Tritton Residence Halls, Haverford College

Haverford, Pa. Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners Read more

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DesignLabWorkshop's Solar Bytes Pavilion Illuminates the Sun's Path DesignLabWorkshop's Solar Bytes Pavilion Illuminates the Sun's Path

The 3D-printed structure is composed of modules that capture and store solar energy, and can be used at night to illuminate the pavilion based on the day's environmental conditions. Read more

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Thomas Fisher Assumes New Positions at University of Minnesota Thomas Fisher Assumes New Positions at University of Minnesota

After serving as dean for 18 years, Fisher will be transitioning to new leadership roles within the university. Read more

Eight of the Most Anticipated Projects Announced in 2014
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Eight of the Most Anticipated Projects Announced in 2014

We announced the following projects and you took notice. Here is a ranking of the... Read more

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AIA|DC Reveals 2014 Design Award Winners AIA|DC Reveals 2014 Design Award Winners

An awards reception will celebrate the 30 most notable works from practitioners and projects across the D.C. region. Read more

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Restoration Planned For National Mall's Oldest Remaining Structure Restoration Planned For National Mall's Oldest Remaining Structure

Preservation of the 178-year-old Lockkeeper's House on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall will be funded through a public-private partnership. Read more

Serpentine Gallery Announces 2015 Pavilion by Spanish Architects SelgasCano
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Serpentine Gallery Announces 2015 Pavilion by Spanish Architects SelgasCano

Spanish architects José Selgas and Lucía Cano will design the 2015 Serpentine... Read more

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MoMA Announces Five Finalists to Apply in 2015 Young Architects Program MoMA Announces Five Finalists to Apply in 2015 Young Architects Program

The annual competition invites emerging talents to design an outdoor installation for the museum's satellite location, PS1, in Long Island City. Read more

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Patterson Mansion Renovation Patterson Mansion Renovation

Hartman-Cox Architects

8150 Sunset Boulevard 8150 Sunset Boulevard

Gehry Partners

2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House 2015 Solar Decathlon: Sure House

Stevens Institute of Technology

NIHERST Science City NIHERST Science City

ArquitectonicaGEO

Zartosht Zartosht

Kamvari Architects

Folds Folds

Bureau de Change

CHS Field CHS Field

Snow Kreilich Architects, Inc., AECOM, Ryan Companies

Cultural Corridor Chapultepec Cultural Corridor Chapultepec

FREE Fernando Romero Enterprise, Frente Arquitectura, RVDG Arquitectura + Urbanismo

Heroes' Green Heroes' Green

Counts Studio

The Weight of Sacrifice The Weight of Sacrifice

Joseph Weishaar

Plaza to the Forgotten War Plaza to the Forgotten War

Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Smith Residence Smith Residence

Archipelago Hawaii, Mokulua High Performance Builder

Paseo Verde Paseo Verde

WRT, Jonathan Rose Companies, APM

888 San Mateo 888 San Mateo

TCA Architects

East Side Church of Christ East Side Church of Christ

Kennon|Calhoun Workshop

Bellevue Library Bellevue Library

Hastings Architecture Associates

Hicks Orthodontics Hicks Orthodontics

BarberMcMurry architects

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