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What Does a U.S.- Cuba Detente Mean for Architecture?
Architectural Record - News, January 22, 2015
Belmont Freeman considers what it might mean for architecture-its practice, appreciation, and preservation-in Cuba.
Major Museums Making Grand Entrances
Architectural Record - News, January 21, 2015
AIA Rejects Ethics Amendment
Architectural Record - News, January 21, 2015
In December, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) declined to adopt a rule forbidding AIA members to design specific buildings whose purposes involve human-rights violations (as defined by international laws), such as executions or prolonged solitary confinement.
Houston''s Museum of Fine Arts Unveils Campus Expansion Projects by Steven Holl and Lake|Flato
Architectural Record - News, January 16, 2015
Steven Holl Architects will design the master plan for the Fayez S. Sarofim Campus, along with two of the buildings for the expansion.
MoMA/P.S.1 Winner Puts the Fun in Fungi
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
New York firm The Living''s installation for this year''s MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program will incorporate bricks made from mycelium, a root material in fungus that grows into mushrooms.
Commentary: Needless Destruction
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
Citing specious dangers, the Seagram Building''s owner aims to remove a Picasso-and with it a piece of New York social history-this weekend.
Know Your Winter Olympic Venues
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
With the budget-blowing games underway, we take a look at Sochi''s architectural bling.
Architect Robert Hull, Co-founder of the Miller Hull Partnership, Dies at Age 69
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
Architect Robert Hull, a co-founder of the Miller Hull Partnership LLC, died April 7 from complications related to a stroke suffered while he was on sabbatical in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He was 69 years old.
New Generation, New Pad
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
Students and alumni from Savannah College of Art and Design have designed the SCADpad, a new 135-square-foot micro dwelling that can take up residency in under-used parking facilities.
Venice Dispatch: ''Monditalia ''at the Venice Biennale
Architectural Record - News, January 13, 2015
Monditalia, the second main exhibition in this year''s Rem Koolhaas-directed Venice Architecture Biennale, is a "scan" of Italian cultural, political, economic, and spiritual life in 41 projects.
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