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Walter Geiger pens a case study of an Orlando project that melded public art with mass transit, with maximum impact at minimal cost.
Feb 16, 2012   ArchNewsNow.com
Norman Weinstein, architecture writer for The Christian Science Monitor, picks his top ten books on architecture that came out in 2009.
Dec 9, 2009   ArchNewsNow.com
Architect George Ranalli's new Saratoga Avenue Community Center attempts to redefine the form by focusing on permanence and design.
Jan 15, 2009   ArchNewsNow.com
Historic office buildings are increasingly being reinvented as condominiums in CBDs (central business districts) across the country.
Dec 5, 2005   ArchNewsNow.com
ArchNewsNow features an interview with Ron Klemencic, Chairman of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, on the characteristics of a successful skyscraper project.
Sep 28, 2005   ArchNewsNow.com
Is downtown Vancouver becoming a fool's paradise because of short-sighted planning? People are moving downtown to live and play here, but not to work.
Aug 17, 2005   ArchNewsNow.com
Offshore outsourcing has created a buzz among architecture and engineering (A/E) firm principals.
Nov 7, 2004   ArchNewsNow.com
In today's quest to add value at all costs, are we not losing sight of the most important aspect of all -- the architecture itself?
Sep 25, 2004   ArchNewsNow.com
Efforts to reclaim the High Line, the unused 1.5-mile-long elevated rail structure on Manhattan’s West side, have taken a major step towards becoming a reality.
Mar 4, 2004   ArchNewsNow.com
Are high-density, socially-mixed communities of tall, skinny towers on townhouse bases always the way to go?
Feb 25, 2004   ArchNewsNow.com
Inspiring designs for affordable, sustainable housing on view through March at NYC's Center for Architecture.
Feb 19, 2004   ArchNewsNow.com