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National premiere on public television: April 2014.

AIA Convention in Atlanta

AIA Convention 2015 is one of the largest and most exciting annual gatherings of architects and design professionals in the U.S. The people, the ideas, the environment, the setting—it all comes together for an experience that will enrich all who attend. This year’s opening...
Posted On 22 Mar 2015
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Discussing the New Milwaukee Arena

Architecture critic, Mary Louise Schumacher outlines some parameters for consideration for a new arena. Concerned about the team owner’s comments about making an arena that would fit in with traditional value, Schumacher tries to open up the possibilities of what the arena...
Posted On 24 Feb 2015
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Atlanta Falcons New Football Stadium

  About a year and a half ago, when the Cool Spaces crew was in Kansas City to visit the Nelson-Atkins Museum, I had the chance to visit the office of 360 Architecture (now HOK through a recent acquisition). My classmate James Braam is a design leader in the firm and we...
Posted On 03 Feb 2015
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Snohetta’s New Tower in San Francisco

Featured on the “Libraries” episode of Cool Spaces, we were pleased to see Snohetta’s recent run of success in San Francisco. It is wonderful to see the Oslo and New York based firm extending its reach to the Western part of the country. The new design for One Van Ness, which...
Posted On 18 Jan 2015
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Architecture for Humanity Closes

Architecture for Humanity, the San Francisco-based nonprofit that brought professional architecture and design services to communities in need around the world, has closed. I was just with its Director, Eric Cesal in New York a couple of months ago for the Dwell-On-Design event....
Posted On 16 Jan 2015
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The New Office

The New Office Space I found this article on office planning very interesting: “Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace.” During the making of the show, we visited many architecture offices. I was not surprised to see that most were open plan...
Posted On 05 Jan 2015
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