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Architects Newspaper 14h
If you're in Oregon and looking for a way to get out of the house responsibly, the world's last remaining Blockbuster will soon host overnight stays.
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Architects Newspaper 15h
Construction productivity (and profits) have taken a whallop thanks to COVID mitigation measures and burnout.
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Architects Newspaper 17h
ACADIA, an annual conference exploring technology in architecture, is going totally digital for 2020; the lineup has been revealed and the event is now open for registration.
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Architects Newspaper 19h
Allford has been a vocal critic of RIBA in the past, the storied institution he's now set to lead.
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Architects Newspaper 20h
Exhibit Columbus 2020-2021 is beginning soon (at least kicking things off digitally), so check out this year's theme and honorees here.
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Architects Newspaper 21h
UNLEASHING ULTRACLEAR™: “We expressed to the project team if you want high performance reflective glazing, when it comes to curved glass, you should choose a Guardian product,” explains Javier Sánchez-Gil, COO for Cristacurva, an independent  fabricator.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial is finally set to open on the National Mall on September 17, and a slew of new photos have been released ahead of time.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
Over the past several weeks, two construction sites operated by Turner Construction Company shut down in response to racist graffiti, including at a major Facebook data center.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
Learn more about pathogen transmissions and surface selections. Join on Tue, Aug 25 at 11:30 am (CT) for a webinar with Linda Lybert, Healthcare Surfaces Institute. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
With the novel coronavirus pandemic still wreaking havoc across the globe, the Port Authority is looking to delay the $15 billion JFK Airport consolidation.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
Planning approval for the Populous-designed MSG London Sphere has been held up over concerns that the 300-foot-tall, 360-degree digital billboard exterior might contribute to light pollution.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
This year, the National Organization of Minority Architects launched a fellowship program for BIPOC architecture students to get experience at U.S. firms.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
FXCollaborative’s 28-story tower for the Brooklyn Music School has cleared a major hurdle, and could begin construction in the BAM historic district as soon as 2021.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 10
Hollywood & Highland, once called the ugliest building in Los Angeles, is getting a new look and a new name: Ovation Hollywood.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
Confederate monuments should be removed, argues preservationist Anna Marcum, but robbing them of their power by placing them in a mass graveyard could be more powerful than destroying them.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
While the full restoration of the old Cook County Hospital is not yet complete, major components of the revived Chicago landmark including Dr. Murphy's Food Hall are now open for business.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
Attention architects: New York City is looking for your help to design its newest public buildings via two RFPs from its Project Excellence Program.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
Three Oscar Niemeyer–designed modernist buildings in the UNESCO World Heritage Site-listed Brazilian capital of Brasília may be getting large additions to ward off small aircraft, according to recent reports.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
Selldorf Architects will design a new building for the Shaker Museum in Upstate, New York, with landscaping by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects.
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Architects Newspaper Aug 9
AN checked in with several faculty members at Harvard GSD who have been developing new frameworks for building and evaluating more just cities.
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