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Comment> Pierluigi Serraino and John Marx

The Bay Area authors and architects pen a manifesto for pursuing a tighter fit between form and emotion.: SETTING THE STAGE.

Review> Back to the Drawing Board

Currently on view at the RISD Museum in Providence, this exhibit takes us back to an era when drawings were the main means of expression in the design field.: Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association RISD Museum 20 North Main Street, Providence, RI Through August 2, 2015 Di

Bus Only

Bus Rapid Transit is finally on its way to Chicago's Loop.: On a busy day it can sometimes be faster to walk across the Loop, Chicago’s downtown transit hub, than to take a bus.

Alpine Factory by Barkow Leibinger

A geometric corrugated metal and glass facade integrates industry and nature.: (Continue reading.)

Review> The Ongoing Reign of Modernism

At the Center for Architecture in New York through May 23, this show investigates the distinct ways the tenants of modernism were applied in Czechoslovakia.: Prague Functionalism: Tradition and Contemporary Echoes Center for Architecture in New York 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY Through May 23 A

Techno Care

Parkland Hospital revamped into the nation's first digital healthcare facility.: A major expansion of the historic Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas—the largest healthcare facility currently under construction nationwide—is creating the first “digital hospital” in the United States.

Love Thy Neighbor

AIA Austin and charity group host design competition for homeless housing.: There are two sides to every story.

Editorial> Design Orgs Need to Meet the Street

William Menking urges design organizations to keep their street side presence to better engage the public.: The AIA New York’s Center for Architecture storefront on LaGuardia Place has helped transform the chapter into perhaps the most dynamic in the country.

Review> Da Vinci For Our Day

The Hammer Museum looks at Heatherwick Studio's problem-solving approach to design, from his revamped London's Routemaster to a floating park in New York City's Pier 55.: Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA Through (

Goodness Gracious, Great Walls Aspire

These new cladding and construction products prove beauty is certainly more than skin deep.: (Continue reading.)

In Detail> Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

LMN and Marmon Mok transform San Antonio's Municipal Auditorium into a world-class performance space.: Strangely out of place, yet harmoniously so, the recently completed Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in San Antonio is the best work of architecture in the city in decades.

Feature> Darker, Safer

Too much light is creating problems in our cities that many designers are seeking to cure with less light.

Portfolio> Wolfgang Tillmans

The photographer's Book For Architects is on view at the MET for the first time since its debut at the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.: Unlike typical representations of buildings in photography, which are often carefully composed, idealized, unpopulated, and adjusted for perspective to capture the intentions of the architect, in Book for Architects the Berlin-based artist Wolfgang Tillmans captures a cumulative portrait of contemporary architecture that is familiar in both its beauty and failure.

Seismic Shift

Cleveland Museum of Natural History unveils Fentress-designed expansion plan.: Cleveland’s Museum of Natural History, famous for its annals of ancient Earth, will no longer count its building among its collection of dusty fossils.

Mill City

Minneapolis' Pillsbury flourmills get new life.: In 1881, Charles Alfred Pillsbury fulfilled his ambition to build the largest and most advanced flourmill in the world.

Cyber Monuments

LA and Getty Conservation Institute launch Historic Resources Web Portal.: Contrary to the clichés of transient critics, there is more to Los Angeles than a suburban conceit of tacky homes, McMansions, mini malls, and dingbat developments.

Big Wood

Michael Green Architecture and Hines back engineered lumber in Minneapolis.: Minneapolis’ Warehouse District may soon be home to a milestone in wood construction.

Beantown Goes Deep Green with ISA

Boston launches a sustainable housing initiative with net-zero energy townhomes.: (Continue reading.)

Strolling the Strand

WXY releases plans to knit together Downtown Brooklyn's unraveling urban fabric.: For most of the last century, Downtown Brooklyn’s streets have formed a tangled knot that has confounded urban planners.

Innovation in Sunset Park

Plan unveiled to overhaul Brooklyn's Industry City.: Before the artisanal ice cream shop, “eco-chic” gourmet food purveyor, and the 3D-printing lab moved into Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, the massive industrial complex was a hardscrabble emblem of the borough’s old working waterfront.