|12/17/2013||KPF Designs Philadelphia's 'Tallest Structure Built for Residential Use'|
Dec. 17--The developer Carl E. Dranoff is partnering with Los Angeles-based SBE Entertainment Group to build a 47-story, mixed-use luxury boutique hotel and condominium tower at Broad and Spruce Streets, across from the Kimmel Center, for more than $200 million.
|12/14/2013||Minneapolis Developers Find New Uses for Old Parking Garages|
Dec. 14--The parking garage could well be the ugly duckling of architecture.
|12/17/2013||Energy Company Proposes Tower for Site of John Johansen's Stage Center in Oklahoma City|
Dec. 17--An application being filed this week with the Oklahoma City Planning Department asking to raze downtown's Stage Center reveals the property is set to be developed as a 14- to 16-story tower that will become the new headquarters for OGE Energy Corp.
|12/13/2013||AIA Salutes Architect Julia Morgan with 2014 Gold Medal|
Dec. 13--One of Northern California's most beloved architects, Julia Morgan, has received the top honor that an American architect can win -- 56 years after her death.
|12/13/2013||Santa Fe Architects Finding Market for Smaller Homes|
Dec. 13--The real-estate market in Santa Fe now is very slow compared with that of the pre-recession mid-2000s, but new houses are being built here and there.
|12/16/2013||AIA's top 2013 NM projects selected|
Dec. 16--This year's top architectural projects -- announced last week by AIA Albuquerque -- include the New Mexico Spaceport, AIDS transitional housing Sleepy Hollow Apartments, Montessori of the Rio Grande Charter School and the Bear Canyon Arroyo Bicycle/ Pedestrian Bridge .
|11/01/2013||News from Nowhere: Chicago Laboratory|
NEWS FROM NOWHERE: CHICAGO LABORATORYMoon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho's extensive News from Nowhere project explores-and in fact started from- these fundamental and profound questions about the role of art and artists.
|12/13/2013||Planned High-rises Near San Francisco Bay Never Made It Big|
Dec. 13--Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was among the 20th century's most revered modern architects, known for such meticulous landmarks as the Seagram Building in New York.
|12/08/2013||Architect Testifies: Reform the Design-Build Contracting Process|
Washington: The American Institute of Architects has issued the following news release:
|12/11/2013||Philadelphia's Model Citizens|
Dec. 11--WHEN LOGAN DRY looks at Vernon Park, he sees potential.
|10/28/2013||Architects Have Cross to Bear: Two Firms Team up to Prepare LA's Crystal Cathedral for Catholic Ceremonies|
An iconic evangelical Christian megachurch in Garden Grove that will be converted into a Catholic church will do so with the help of two L.A. architecture firms.
|12/05/2013||Foster + Partners Unveils Plans for Norton Museum in Palm Beach|
Norton unveils grand plans; Museum's architectural revise adds 18,000 square feet, movesentrance.
|12/10/2013||Committee Rules in Favor of Demolishing Minneapolis Star Tribune's Art Moderne Building|
Dec. 10--The planned demolition of the Star Tribune building, a fixture in downtown Minneapolis for more than 90 years, moved a bit closer to reality on Monday.
|12/05/2013||Ennead and Phoenix-based Jones Studio to Design $130M Complex at Arizona State to House Country's Largest Nonprofit Law Firm|
Arizona State University officials have announced plans to build a $130 million complex in downtown Phoenix to house the nation's largest non-profit law firm.
|12/07/2013||In Atlanta, Private Schools Start Building as Economy Recovers|
Dec. 07--Towering libraries, expansive classrooms and sophisticated science labs are taking shape at Atlanta's private schools, part of a construction spurt signaling confidence in the economy and strong demand for an elite education.
|12/06/2013||Palo Alto City Council to Hear Appeal of 'Modernist Glass Box' Downtown|
Dec. 06--The Palo Alto City Council is set Monday to consider a resident's appeal of a mixed-use project in downtown that he says is not compatible with the historic buildings that surround it.
|12/08/2013||John King Remembers Henrik Bull|
Dec. 08--Henrik Bull, an architect who loved to ski and wasn't afraid to second-guess himself, died Wednesday in Berkeley.
|12/05/2013||Washington: U.S. and Afghan Officials Inaugurate New Facilities for the National Museum|
Washington: Embassy of The United States in Kabul, Afghanistan has issued the following news release:
|12/05/2013||W.A. Sarmiento Dies at 91|
Dec. 05--With their soaring pillars, immense bronze doors and dimly lit interiors, banks used to make small depositors feel even smaller -- but at least they believed their money would be safe.
|12/04/2013||Ai Weiwei Retrospective Highlights Opening of New Miami Art Museum|
Dec. 04--Wednesday is opening day for the Perez Art Museum Miami -- timed to take advantage of Miami's annual moment as the center of the international art universe, the Art Basel Miami Beach fair that will open Thursday, bringing hordes of collectors and gawkers.
|12/04/2013||John King: Crissy Field Plans Need Overhaul|
Dec. 04--The decision makers at San Francisco's Presidio have long wanted a major cultural facility to rise at Crissy Field, the most popular destination in the Army post-turned-national park.
|12/04/2013||Commentary: New Museum Gets and Celebrates Miami|
Dec. 04--This museum is Miami.
|12/02/2013||Christopher Hawthorne: 4 World Trade Center as Ground Zero's Reputation-builder|
Dec. 02--NEW YORK -- The mess at ground zero has been a collaborative production.
|12/03/2013||Soo Line Building Welcomes First Tenants in Downtown Minneapolis|
Dec. 03--It was once the tallest office building to light the downtown Minneapolis skyline.
|12/03/2013||Restoration of Savoy Hotel Moving Forward in Kansas City, Mo.|
Dec. 03--Fresh from winning city approval for major tax incentives, the Louisville, Ky.