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Three Exceptional Adaptive Reuse Projects

These three projects from Architect's Project Gallery draw from history to create new inventive and useful structures that still maintain a close connection to their past, whether in design or ideology. More

The First LEED Certified NFL Stadium Makes Its Debut
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The First LEED Certified NFL Stadium Makes Its Debut

The Chicago Bears stole the 49ers' thunder on Sunday night with a 28-20 win in the... More

Will You Design D.C.'s High Line?
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Will You Design D.C.'s High Line?

Project teams wanted: The 11th Street Bridge Park design competition is seeking to... More

B.Lux Round Glass decorative suspension light fixture
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B.Lux Round Glass decorative suspension light fixture

The luminaire uses 42 LEDs arranged in an interior structure that folds out like... More

Losing Lost Highways
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Losing Lost Highways

Architects are assuming a variety of roles in plans to remove obsolete... More

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University of Arizona Student Recreation Center Expansion

A 54,000-square-foot expansion to a campus hub for student life at the University of Arizona, designed by Sasaki, earns LEED Platinum certification. More

Lighting Features Recycled Components
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Lighting Features Recycled Components

Lightlink Lighting’s Azure Suspension light is made of layers of recycled aluminum... More

Mixed-Use Community Serves As Model For Others
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Mixed-Use Community Serves As Model For Others

In a world growing ever more environmentally conscious, mixed-use communities... More

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The Light is a Queen Collection by Terzani

The Light is a Queen collection combines elements of traditional Italian craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic, according to the company.Designed by Jean-Francois Crochet, the Tresor metal suspension lamp is made from 3,900 minted coins. The coins are individually hand-welded and finished with either a gold or silver leaf decorative treatment. This fixture is compatible with CFL or halogen bulbs. 954-438-7779. More

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