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Architects Newspaper 1h
Is Pepsi going to be the first soda in space? PepsiCo denied that it would be launching an orbital billboard for Adrenaline Rush, a drink targeted to gamers.
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Architects Newspaper 2h
AN Interior: ​ and JAMIE BUSH + CO.​ help bring an unfinished Lautner into the 21st century:
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Architects Newspaper 3h
See the 27 winning projects of the AIA New York Design Awards, now on view at through June 29:
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Architects Newspaper 4h
Los Angeles–based firm LA-Más has designed a new "postmodern-plus" accessory dwelling unit to address the city's affordable housing crisis.
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Architects Newspaper 5h
It's got a golf course, a Leon Krier–designed chapel, and billionaire backers, but is Windsor, Florida, peak New Urbanism?
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Architects Newspaper 20h
Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a rule that tightens restrictions on the use of asbestos-containing products in the United States but stops short of a total ban.
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Architects Newspaper 23h
AN Interior: The couple behind New York’s WORKac tackled the trickiest clients—themselves—when renovating their New York apartment:
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Architects Newspaper Apr 22
The Red Barn stays abstract and minimal with Swisspearl materials. Sponsored by Swisspearl.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 22
Architect Andrew MacNair discusses the giant egg he designed that was sent to Korea.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 22
Rick Cotton, Executive Director of will discuss the state of NY’s airports on May 29. Register to attend –  
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Architects Newspaper Apr 22
Just in time for Earth Day, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has unveiled an ambitious plan for the U.S.'s public lands.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 22
SHoP's Pier 35, a zigzagging pier park in Lower Manhattan, is open just in time for Earth Day 2019. It includes a prototypical mussel habitat, too.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
Harvard GSD has selected its new dean: Sarah Whiting of Rice University's School of Architecture will succeed Mohsen Mostafavi beginning in July.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
What takes a bad design decision (or mistake) from bad to cursed? Answer: If something makes it to the Cursed Architecture Twitter feed.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
An upcoming $100 million mixed-use project will transform a 27-acre underutilized industrial site into a new “creative city” for the entertainment industry in Atlanta.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
The New York City Council passed a bill aimed at reducing emissions from the city's largest buildings.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
Buffalo's Albright-Knox Art Gallery released new renderings of its reworked OMA-designed addition and a new Olafur Eliasson canopy.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 21
Jeanne Gang was named in TIME magazine's list of the 100 most influential people, which includes one architect for the fourth year in a row.
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Architects Newspaper Apr 20
Gehry Partners unveiled designs for a new Southern California HQ for Warner Bros. that aims to "recapture that feeling of old Hollywood splendor.”
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Architects Newspaper Apr 20
Safdie's Jewel Changi Airport has gone viral since the reveal of its seven-story indoor waterfall (the world's largest), and the complex will finally open on April 17.
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