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Great Designers Design with Mankind in Mind: TWBT-designed Obama Presidential Center unveiled
Taking Cues from Forms Found in Nature: Rockwell Group updates BBG Palm House
Crossing Jamaica Station: FXFOWLE’s The Crossing at Jamaica Station breaks ground
WELL for the Well Born: BBB’s 21w20 first residential project to receive WELL certification
Aging in Place in NYC: Hollwich Kushner’s Morningside Retirement & Health Services opens
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The Condos of Kenmare: Andre Kikoski Architect’s 75 Kenmare Rises
Celebrating the Road to Independence: RAMSA-designed Museum of the American Revolution opens
Making it in Munich: HWKN reveals first European project
The Bowtie Takes Center Stage: Times Square pedestrianization completed
Slow Down, You Move to Fast: SHOP designs Wave/Cave
New Brooklyn Waterfront Park Opens in 2018: James Corner Field Operations’s Domino Park Continue reading “In the News”

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In this issue:
New Landmark Gets a Make Over: Gensler to Renovate 601 Lexington
– Coliseum Reimagined
: SHoP and Gensler’s Nassau Coliseum Renovation
Private Pavilion: Gluckman Tang Architects Design Exhibition Pavilion for Walter de Maria Work
A Suburban Office Building Gets More than a Facelift: Perkins + Will Design Cancer Treatment Center
A Functional Folly: Eva Jensen Design and Laufs Engineering Design Win Folly/Function Competition Continue reading “In the News”

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– Second Life for Aluminum Cans: Cast & Place by Team Aesop winner of 2017 City of Dreams Pavilion Competition
– The Motor City is Revving Up: SHoP to design Detroit’s tallest building
– Answering the Call – SOM’s PSAC II: SOM’s PSAC II augments city’s 911 services
– A Film/Fashion Hub Grows in Brooklyn: WXY design designs new Made in NY campus
– Spiraling In Control: Libeskind’s Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics celebrates grand opening Continue reading “In the News”

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– Lighting Up at PS1 This Summer
: Lumen by Jenny Sabin Studio
– It Takes a Teachers Village: Richard Meier & Partners’ Teachers Village to revitalize Newark
– The BIG Bubbly: Bjarke Ingels Group designs S. Pellegrino bottling plant
– Banking on Cord Blood: Francis Cauffman’s Upstate Cord Blood Bank opens
– Silicon Alley’s New Manhattan Hub: de Blasio unveils Davis Brody Bond-designed Tech Hub Continue reading “In the News”

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– New in NoHo
: 22 Bond by BKSK Architects
– Etsy Does It: Gensler Designs E-Commerce Headquarters
– Distribution HQ Revitalizes Downtown: Deborah Berke Partners’ Cummins Indy Distribution Headquarters Opens
– From Notorious Detention Center to Vibrant Mixed-Use Space: WXY and BLA Create The Peninsula in The Bronx
A Place for Kids to Hang Before Take-Off
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership
(LHSA+DP): LHSA+DP Designs JetBlue Junior at JFK

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Two Performance Venues in One Space: Toshiko Mori Architect-Designed A.R.T./New York Opens
Clouds & Time: Steven Holl Architects Designs a Culture and Health Center in Shanghai
Cornering the Townhouse Market
A Hybrid Building Grows in QueensLeong Leong and JCJ Architects Design a Center for Community and Entrepreneurship
Never Mind the Bollocks: Perkins Eastman and M. Ludvik & Co. are Designing The Container Globe Continue reading “In the News”

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All You Need is Love: OCR wins Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition
Crossroads of the World Redesigned for Pedestrians: Snøhetta’s Times Square Reconstruction
Butterflies and Insects, Oh My!: Studio Gang unveils new details of the AMNH Richard Gilder Center
It’s Hip to Be Journal Squared: First tower of HWKN and Handel Architects’ mixed use project nears completion
Getting Stoned: Aranda/Lasch one of five winners of Exhibit Columbus
Travel Sketches by Architects on Display at RAMSA
Bronx Commons Lives for Music: Ground breaks on mixed use development Continue reading “In the News”