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After years of dripping information, has released the full 1,500-page master plan for its totally timber neighborhood in Toronto, including a ground-up $80-million timber supply chain.
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The Eames House is pushing 70 and in dire need of a restoration; luckily the GCI has stepped in with a plan to restore the icon of midcentury modernism.
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Delivering nearly seamless sight lines, these expansive exterior doors open to expose floor-to-ceiling views. Featuring and more.
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Talk about hostile urbanism. Weed is legal in Canada, but only at licensed dispensaries—and now Toronto authorities have "blocked up" illegal home dealers who are taking advantage of a legal loophole.
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At the inaugural show at the newly-opened Sarah Myerscough Gallery in West London, artists experimented with organic forms carved from charred timber.
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CMG's scheme to revise the San Francisco Civic Center will realize the Beaux Arts plan originally envisioned for the multi-block public plaza and mall.
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Pulp Studio: Fashion takes form in architectural glass. Sponsored by Pulp Studio
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Swisspearl's new surface feature, Largo Vintago, is natural, lively, and unique. Sponsored by Swisspearl
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Architects Newspaper Jun 24
This fall, a highway will run through the Britain, as Mark Leckey recreates a stretch of roadway at once real and an abstraction of car culture.
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AN Interior: In Conversation: OPEN Architecture
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Architects Newspaper Jun 24
Economics, training and new hardware come into play when you adopt a new workflow process. Firms that tackled those elements of growth and change share their stories in By Design: Metamorphosis 
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Current and recent architect-designed exhibitions represent a range of approaches that rethink how we look at art and design.
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Architects Newspaper Jun 23
Seven influential leaders in public space from across the country have been selected for the inaugural Knight Public Spaces Fellowship
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Architects Newspaper Jun 23
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries received a gift of 600 photographs by Felice Frankel, the renowned artist and scientist, including her early snaps of modernist landscapes and buildings.
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Architects Newspaper Jun 23
The 2028 Olympics could cement L.A.'s status as a 21st-century global economic, entertainment, and cultural powerhouse. But what will it take to get there?
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Architects Newspaper Jun 23
New York State has passed its own "Green New Deal," requiring a carbon-neutral economy by 2050 that could include a mass mobilization to retrofit buildings.
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Architects Newspaper Jun 23
Thomas Kelley of Norman Kelley review's Virgil Abloh's mid-career retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
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