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    SONG 1

    The Hirshhorn in D.C. will get a video makeover by artist Doug Aitken this spring. Through May 13.

     
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    Product: Samuel Heath Fairfield Collection

    A line of faucets inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement.

     
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    Pedro E. Guerrero: Photographs of Modern Life

    Frank Lloyd Wright's main photographer, now 95, exhibits his work at the Julius Shulman Institute. Through April 25.

     
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    Republic of Fritz Hansen Series 7

    The classic stackable chair is available in nine new colors.

     
  • Queens Theatre

    Queens, N.Y. / Caples Jefferson Architects

     
  • Eskew enjoys some of the bestand most unlikelystudio space in New Orleans. The firm established its studio on the 31st floor of an office building in 1999. Before that, Eskew occupied the third floor of a riverfront building on the edge of the French Quarter. The difference between a French Market walk-up and Class A office space is smaller than one might think, says Dumez. We really connected to the street and the activity of the French Quarter. We felt the pulse of the city directly. We heard it. We could smell it, he says.

    Eskew+Dumez+Ripple

    Six years out from Katrina and six years away from New Orleans's tricentennial, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is rebuilding the City That Care Forgot.

     
  • Photo by ?SiteLe Vieux de MontrealThe Office of Peter Rose

    A Waterfront to Watch

    Peter Rose’s urban design for the port of Montreal mixes public access with a working waterfront.

     
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    Vershina Trade and Entertainment Centre

    Surgut, Russia / Designed by Erick van Egeraat

     
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    Missouri Bank Branches

    Kansas City, Mo. / Helix Architecture + Design

     
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    Kimball Art Center

    Park City, Utah / BIG

     
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    Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

    Miami / Grimshaw Architects

     
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    The Rejection

    A journalist's novelistic take on ground zero doesn't add weight to the debate.

     
  • Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Brooklyn, New York, Polshek Partnership Architects

    On Tap

    Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.

     
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    Under the Hood

    Software is crucial to design, but a program is only part of the story. Plug-ins, updates, and other customizations are key to getting work done.

     
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    Jackson, Miss.

    A look at local market conditions in Jackson, Miss.

     
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    Deconstruction, Reconstruction

    Wang Shu's use of materials both exploits and exposes China's reckless approach to building.

     
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    What's Appening

    Tablets and smartphones promise to change the way that architects and engineers do business.

     
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    Architecture’s Afterlife

    Recent national and grassroots initiatives open the door for reuse to have a greater role in sustainable design.

     
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    Certified Legal

    Spelling out the letter of the law regarding sustainable design.

     
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    The Burden of History

    Is it possible to appreciate Tod Williams and Billie Tsien’s new Barnes museum in Philadelphia on its own merits?

     
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    Best-Laid Plans

    Energy modeling is for everyone and all buildings benefit.

     
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    Across the Institute

    Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; New York; Chicago; Detroit

     
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    Deep Dive

    Tracing the legacy of architect Robert R. Taylor.

     
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    Design Doctrine

    Fifty years on, the GSA's "Guiding Principles" have become a working theory on good design.

     
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    Power Play

    Skate where the puck is going to be.

     
  • Walk at Your Own Risk

    Missing from the discussion of the shooting of Trayvon Martin is a potentially contributing factor: urban planning and its role in the polarization of American society.