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Architects Newspaper 26m
Gondolas could be Hollywood's newest star. Warner Brothers is proposing a gondola to the Hollywood Sign in an attempt to alleviate traffic problems circling the site.
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Architects Newspaper 2h
The new James Bond museum promises to take you on an international adventure from its alpine home.
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Architects Newspaper 4h
Who doesn't love balloons? Pier 17 in New York City, designed by and , features a large balloon sculpture in its public spaces, which will open at the end of the month
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Architects Newspaper 6h
Arguing in favor of building new satellite locations, director Michael Govan said, “There’s never been a building that’s been added onto that has been made better [because of that addition].” The new plan would bring LACMA into communities across LA
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Architects Newspaper 8h
As the final approaches, North America looks to 2026, when the continent will host the Cup. 17 US stadiums are potential sites, including the Mercedes Benz Stadium designed by , , Good Van Slyke Architecture, and Stanley Beaman & Sears
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Architects Newspaper 22h
. is expanding their base in Redmond, Virginia, and they have announced that , , and more will work on the renovated and enlarged campus.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 14
Take a look at David Beckham and 's plan for a stadium in Miami
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Architects Newspaper Jul 14
New York City overall is the safest it has been in decades, but homicide rates have skyrocketed in the South Bronx. A new -designed station in that area is designed for modern police tactics to promote transparency and community integration.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 14
. is definitely having a moment. Read our interview with him from last fall, where we discuss his burgeoning design career:
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Architects Newspaper Jul 14
Three finalists have been chosen in the Detroit Institute of Arts and Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI) competition to reimagine the campus that connects twelve iconic Detroit cultural institutions: Agence TER, Mikyoung Kim Design, and TEN x TEN.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 14
A new monograph on Napoleon's official architects Percier and Fontaine shows their imperial neoclassicist drawings in resplendent glory. Can't hurt to know how to design for dictators.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
As the final approaches, North America looks to 2026, when the continent will host the Cup. 17 US stadiums are potential sites, including the Mercedes Benz Stadium designed by , , Good Van Slyke Architecture, and Stanley Beaman & Sears
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AIA Seattle Jul 13
Why are there so few disabled architects and architecture students? David Gissen argues that historically limited physical access to education is just one of the many factors at play via
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
Lost works from Buckminster Fuller and Bertrand Goldberg will be digitally resurrected in the New York neighborhoods where they might have lived this summer via a new exhibition hosted by
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
A new exhibit puts visitors to Times Square underwater beneath a ‘nautical traffic jam’ that references climate change and New York's history in the slave trade.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
Arguing in favor of building new satellite locations, director Michael Govan said, “There’s never been a building that’s been added onto that has been made better [because of that addition].” The new plan would bring LACMA into communities across LA
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
Get some facade inspiration from the new offices designed by and that feature translucent aluminum foam panels.
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
Who doesn't love balloons? Pier 17 in New York City, designed by and , features a large balloon sculpture in its public spaces, which will open at the end of the month
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Architects Newspaper Jul 13
Professionals of the AEC community, we're looking for businesses affected by recent tariffs on building materials and/or products. DM us if you would like to comment!
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