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California's Camp Fire is the worst in the state's history, a record that has been broken every year for the past three years.
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Atlanta council members green light controversial $5 billion Gulch project.
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Michael Graves designed the world's tallest statue, and now it's open in Gujarat, India.
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This gravity-powered battery could be the key to storing renewable energy.
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This Veterans Day take a spin around Columbus's new National Veterans Museum designed by
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Icelandic chanteuse announces "most elaborate stage concert yet" titled Cornucopia, coming to The Shed in New York City in 2019.
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This cultural center unites five world religions under one roof. Sponsored by Swiss Pearl
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How do you convert an industrial waterfront into a park with exposed infrastructure chic? We looked at what went into Brooklyn's new Domino Park.
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Apply now for the 2019 Forge Prize! Sponsored by
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AviProtek® E – Innovative glass that’s bird friendly AND energy efficient by Walker Glass in collaboration with Vitro.
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It's fall reading season! And almost holiday gift season, so check out the best recent and upcoming architecture book releases.
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Dutch architects have launched a new school for urbanism and migration: the Independent School for the City.
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
Virgin Hyperloop One, Richard Branson's fast transit venture, hires former NYC MTA chairman Jay Walder in the wake of a spat with Saudi Arabia.
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
"If we’re talking about emergency…we might as well join forces." Paola Antonelli urges architects to tackle climate change in the upcoming Milan Triennale .
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
Chicago has announced the five finalists for the hotly-anticipated O'Hare terminal redesign.
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
The new National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C., designed by , thoughtfully explores the work of police in the U.S. (with some notable omissions).
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
Overwhelmed with all the election news? We sifted through the major wins and losses from architecture and urbanism ballot initiatives in West Coast states.
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Architects Newspaper Nov 11
Traveling to Berlin? Here are some of our top picks for the design-minded
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Architects Newspaper Nov 10
What did the 2018 midterms mean for East Coast architects? We broke down the results.
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