|05/16/2013||Plans Languish for Overhaul of NYC's Penn Station|
NEW YORK - The busiest passenger train station in the United States is a 1960s-era, utilitarian labyrinth in the basement of a basketball arena.
|05/15/2013||Architecture Firm Rossetti Is the Latest to Move to Downtown Detroit|
May 15--An award-winning architectural firm, Rossetti, is moving its headquarters from the suburbs into the historic Federal Reserve building in downtown Detroit.
|05/16/2013||Masterplan Revealed for Pittsburgh Riverfront Park|
Aspinwall Riverfront Park will include picnic and playground areas, a pavilion, boat ramp and entrance way from Freeport Road, according to the park's newly released master plan.
|05/15/2013||Wright's Unity Temple Gets $10 Million Grant for Facelift|
May 15--Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple, a pilgrimage site for architectural buffs, will get a face lift, thanks to a $10 million grant from a Chicago-based foundation.
|05/16/2013||Show of Irish Architectural Skill Gives New Life to Shopping Mall in Dublin's Docklands|
CHQ, the struggling shopping mall in Dublin's Docklands, is getting a new lease of life as the venue for an exhibition celebrating Ireland's extraordinarily successful participation in the 13th International Architecture Biennale in Venice last autumn.
|05/15/2013||Diller Scofidio + Renfro's Hirshhorn "Bubble" Is Deflated a Bit in Cost Report|
The Hirshhorn Museum's proposed Seasonal Inflatable Structure, also known as "the Bubble," a project announced in 2009 and intended as an architecturally and culturally transformative space on the Mall, would operate at a loss in each of three scenarios examined in an assessment done by the Smithsonian.
|05/11/2013||Important Atlanta Architecture Faces Wrecking Ball|
May 11--It was a hard, bleak winter for historic preservationists in Atlanta, a city already infamous for not saving the sign posts of its past.
|05/13/2013||As U.S. Workers Change, Buildings Must Also Adapt|
May 13--Americans seem to work more than ever these days, but they're not necessarily tethered to the office.
|05/11/2013||Christopher Hawthorne: 10 Buildings That Changed America Is a Rewarding Tour|
May 11--The new PBS program "10 Buildings That Changed America" is nothing if not efficient.
|05/11/2013||Rem Koolhaas in South Beach|
May 11--The list of living architects who can cause a scrum at the door of a theater where they're delivering a lecture is, depending on your view of modern urban design, depressingly sparse or fittingly short.
|05/13/2013||Frederick Fisher Addition to Colby College Museum Set to Open|
WATERVILLE -- The Colby College Museum of Art will celebrate its reopening and inaugurate the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion on Saturday, July 13.
|04/24/2013||Perkins+Will Defines Inclusive Design at New Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital|
Hospital of the Future Incorporates Community, Sustainability and Resiliency BOSTON, April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Global architectural and design firm Perkins+Will adds to the reputation of its award-winning healthcare design practice with the opening of the new 262,000-square-foot Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.
|05/07/2013||Committee Picks Libeskind Design for Ohio Holocaust Memorial Despite Lawsuit Concerns|
May 07--A design by an internationally known architect and artist featuring a yellow Star of David was chosen yesterday for a $2 million Statehouse Holocaust memorial -- despite concerns that a religious symbol would open the state to legal challenges.
|04/18/2013||Musician Brian Eno Writes Music for Hospitals|
April 18--Brian Eno fans might have to suffer a bit before they get to hear his new body of work.
|05/10/2013||New York's Tallest Tower Reaches Symbolic Height|
NEW YORK -- The World Trade Center's rebirth in New York City has long revolved around creating symbolism on the site of tragedy: a skyscraper 1,776 feet tall, an homage and a bold statement about looking forward.
|05/10/2013||Spire Permanently Installed on WTC Tower|
NEW YORK - The silver spire topping One World Trade Center on Friday was fully installed on the building's roof, bringing the structure to its full, symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
|04/01/2013||Review: The Hand of Corb|
It is the painter who did architecture we meet at the exhibition on Le Corbusier at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm.
|05/07/2013||In Philly, from Family Court to Elegant Hotel?|
May 07--From Family Court to elegant hotel?
|04/01/2013||Profile: Herman Hertzberger|
Herman Hertzberger is the exception to the rule that nearly all famous architects design their most significant works between the age of 30-something and their late 50s.
|04/01/2013||Why Don't Innovative Architects Build Above a Dozen Stories?|
A whistle-stop tour of Melbourne, Hong Kong, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Frankfurt and the Gold Coast.
|04/01/2013||Review: Et in Arcadia Ego|
Et in arcadia ego AYLALEPINE White Cube, Green Mase: New Art Landscapes, Yale School of Architecture Gallery, New Haven, CT, USA, until 4 May 2013
|05/03/2013||Frank Gehry Pulls out of Major Architecture Exhibition|
May 03--Frank Gehry has pulled out of a major architecture exhibition set to open June 2 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, a move that could force the show to find a new venue or face the prospect of being canceled altogether.
|05/04/2013||Architects To Present New Plan for Old Chicago Post Office|
May 04--Architects for the British developer who owns Chicago's old post office building say they have a new proposal for the structure that will be ready for presentation to the city's Plan Commission in June.
|04/01/2013||Troubles in Theory: The Social Side|
Techno-fetishists may have argued for a scientifically determined architecture in the '60s and '70s, but at the same time more politically engaged voices were calling for the reinterpretation of space as an arena for the lived experiences of the everyday
|05/02/2013||SO-IL to Design Art Museum for UC Davis|
May 02--The new Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis will be architecturally notable for a 50,000-square-foot steel canopy that seemingly floats atop and beyond a series of interconnected interior and exterior spaces.