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Researchers at Tsinghua University have finished the world's longest 3-D-printed concrete bridge. It stretches 86 feet across a small pond.
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Los Angeles, long the embodiment of automotive supremacy, decided to study congestion pricing plans that could fund its growing transit system.
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Prolific New York developer Harry Macklowe revealed plans for a 1,551-foot-tall Midtown tower, which would be the second tallest building in the city, the country, and the hemisphere.
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"Shelter or Playground: The House of Dust at the Schindler House" in Los Angeles looks at Fluxus's influence on the intersection of technology and design.
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"The World of Charles and Ray Eames" at the Oakland Museum of California brings the duo to life with never-before-seen designs and details.
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The fifth annual Creek Show in Austin, Texas, brought art and awareness to the banks of Waller Creek in the heart of the city.
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The Stoneview Nature Center by EYRC Architects and AHBE Landscape Architects highlights Southern California's natural beauty.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
"Change the Canvas, Change the World", hosted by Chicago's historic South Side Community Art Center, explores life during the Great Migration.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
An association of architects known as citygroup joined local activists to oppose a series of luxury towers transforming Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
After years of developing the "Big-U" scheme to protect New York's Lower East Side waterfront, the city surprised locals with a new plan to bury the existing East River Park and build a new one from scratch.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
After New World Design's failed to float gold pigs in front of Chicago's Trump International Hotel and Tower, the group is proposing a gold border fence.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
Join at the Edmund N. Bacon Memorial Awards as shares stories and insight on city building on 2/21. Want a sneak peek? Tune in to her podcast, Invisible City: 
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
Statistics collected over the past ten years demonstrate that construction tops the charts as New York City’s most lethal industry.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
Come and see what’s cooking in kitchen and bath design! We’re only a month away from the biggest kitchen and bath show in North America! Click here to register for in Las Vegas:
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
Locals are livid over the way a flashy new owner is altering England's Stirling Prize–winning Hastings Pier, once considered an exemplary piece of public architecture.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
Sidewalk Labs is planning a timber smart city to showcase state-of-the-art technology with help from Michael Green Architecture , Beyer Blinder Belle , and more.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 22
From carbon-zero hardwood to pine designed by Kengo Kuma, these interior surfaces bring you the best in new wood surfacing. Featuring , , , , , , and more.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 21
Toronto's 2019 Ice Breakers Installation brings five temporary structures to the city's downtown waterfront until February 24—check out this year's works.
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Architects Newspaper Jan 21
British architect, educator, and critic David Dunster has passed away.
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