|03/06/2014||Oklahoma City Building, Empty Since 1995 Bombing, Set to Be Redeveloped|
March 06--The Journal Record Building, largely empty since it was damaged by the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, is set to be redeveloped later this year with completion possible by summer of 2015.
|03/05/2014||Rice University to Demolish Historic Art "Barn"|
March 05--It began as a construction emergency in early 1969.
|01/01/2014||Study: Lighting the Heydar Aliyev Center|
Given that it is illuminated 24 hours a day, the lighting for the Heydar Aliyev Center is a crucial part of its visual effect.
|02/01/2014||Prairie School Comes of Age|
In the late 1960s, Arthur Erickson's heroic campus for the University of Lethbridge in Alberta emerged from the coulees of the Canadian prairie.
|03/05/2014||Project to Reboot Old Savannah Power Plant|
March 05--Hotel magnate and Savannah native Richard Kessler is preparing to reboot West River Street in a $200 million project that will give the decommissioned Georgia Power plant a glamorous new life.
|01/01/2014||Exhibition Review: Lebbeus Woods Is an Archetype|
Lebbeus Woods is an Archetype
|03/04/2014||Moshe Safdie's Kauffman Center in Kansas City Named One of 15 Best Concert Halls|
March 04--Hamburg-based Emporis, a building data company, has named the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts one of the most spectacular concert halls in the world.
|02/28/2014||Jeanne Gang to Design San Francisco Tower|
Feb. 28--Even as development crews work on more than half a dozen towers downtown, more are in the works -- and one may be designed by America's best-known female architect.
|01/01/2014||Book Review: Megastructure Schiphol|
Book Megastructure SchipholSchiphol Amsterdam Airport is a source of pride to the Netherlands.
|02/01/2014||Troubles in Theory Versus the Brutalist Moment|
From the Smithsons' claim to have originally coined the term, to its alleged incarnation in the beton brut of Le Corbusier's Unites, the provenance of New Brutalism, seen as a corrective to 'soft' Modernism, is as problematic as what it stood for: ethic or aesthetic?
|02/27/2014||New High-rise Would Be Tallest in Downtown L.A.|
Feb. 27--It's been generations since a high-rise building had its debut on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, but the skyline is finally in for a dramatic change.
|03/01/2014||One-woman business thrives by nurturing Twin Cities rooftops|
March 01--Twin Cities residents walk past Angie Durhman's work every day, but few of them are likely to notice it.
|02/27/2014||Project Could Create Pittsburgh Park 64 Stories in the Air|
After the closure of the Top of the Triangle restaurant atop the U.S. Steel Tower, Downtown, David Bear dreamed of opening the space for tourism purposes until UPMC leased it for executives' offices.
|02/25/2014||Stantec Tower Design Too Boring for Philadelphia Historic Commission|
Feb. 25--It seems the developers of a proposed 35-story tower for East Market Street were too successful in their attempt to keep the building unobtrusive.
|02/27/2014||Plans for Historic Post Office in Stamford, Connecticut|
Feb. 27--STAMFORD -- A proposal to incorporate the historic Atlantic Street Post Office building into a new apartment and retail complex won support from the city Planning Board on Tuesday despite concerns voiced by local preservationists.
|02/27/2014||Design Is One: Lella & Massimo Vignelli|
Feb. 27--Almost everything you see and touch -- your house or apartment building, the streetcar you take, the pen you write with and the chair you sit in -- came into existence after much thought.
|02/26/2014||Michigan OKs Incentives to Turn Two Historic Detroit Hotels into Apartments|
Feb. 26--High demand for apartments and super-low vacancy rates in Detroit's downtown and Midtown area are bringing still more apartment projects to the market.
|02/25/2014||Opinion: DC's Mies van der Rohe Library Doesn't Need New Flourishes|
Regarding Philip Kennicott's Feb. 19 Style column, "For library, hard part starts now":
|02/23/2014||Five High-rises that Reflect a Moment in San Francisco's Urban Story|
Feb. 23--San Francisco's skyline can be viewed as an attraction or an abomination, proof of our Big City status or a blight on the landscape that should never have been allowed.
|02/24/2014||Texas Architect Has Hand in Rio Olympics|
Feb. 24--SAN ANTONIO -- Thousands of Olympic athletes closed down the 22nd Winter Games on Sunday night and began leaving Sochi, Russia.
|02/22/2014||Opinion: Eisenhower Memorial Needs to Get Over Frank Gehry|
Feb. 22--A long-distance appraisal is rarely advised, but in the case of architect Frank Gehry's proposed Eisenhower Memorial in Washington D.C., an exception is warranted.
|02/22/2014||Project Could Revive a Neglected Part of Downtown Houston|
Feb. 22--In the sun-soaked days before air conditioning, the smell of roasting coffee wafted from a three-story industrial building on the northern end of downtown, in a bustling hub of wholesale merchants who set up shop near the Main Street docks on Buffalo Bayou.
|02/20/2014||Detroit Newspapers Moving to Historic Yamasaki-designed Building in Downtown Core|
Feb. 20--The Detroit Free Press and Detroit News will relocate later this year to a building that's closer to the city's downtown core, the president of the joint business operations for the news organizations announced Wednesday.
|02/22/2014||New Habitat for Humanity HQ in Twin Cities Designed for Easy Access|
Feb. 22--The first "headquarters" for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, if you could even call it that, was a spare church basement.
|02/21/2014||Convention Center Expansion Embitters San Francisco Groups|
Feb. 21--The $500 million plan to expand the Moscone Center threatens to reignite a landmark South of Market redevelopment battle that was settled nearly 40 years ago.