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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Architect Magazine

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Latest Building Projects

View from the west

United States Courthouse, Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners

This new center in Salt Lake City is, the New York-based firm hopes, a luminous metaphor for the state of the justice system in America.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Designed by Antoine Predock Architect

The new museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is the culmination of nearly a decade of design work for the Albuquerque-based practice.

The Broad Unveils the Veil and the Vault

With its scaffolding removed, The Broad is on pace to open in late 2015 in downtown Los Angeles.

Habitat for Humanity Prototype, Designed by El Dorado

The Kansas City, Mo.–based architecture firm and Kansas City, Kan.–based Heartland Habitat for Humanity collaborated to reprogram the affordable house.

Vlietstra Retreat

Herbster, Wis. / Salmela Architect. Citation.

Village Health Works Staff Housing

Kigutu, Burundi / Louise Braverman, Architect. Honorable Mention.

TAT House

Santa Monica, Calif. / Fleetwood/Fernandez. Award.

Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology

Philadelphia / Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism. Award.

William Jones College Preparatory High School

Chicago / Perkins+Will. Honorable Mention.

The 2014 ARCHITECT 50


Check out who made the cut this year, and in past years, for the ARCHITECT 50.

Next Progressives series

Wes McGee and Brandon Clifford

Matter Design

This Boston- and Ann Arbor-based duo draws from antiquated practices to inform digital decisions when working with solid materials.

Innovative Detail series

Auditorium Ceiling at Queensland University

A collaboration from Brisbane, Australia-based firms Hassell and Richard Kirk Architect yields a transparent, large-scale timber structure filled with teachable moments.

Up and Running series

The Potential of Partnerships

Collaborating with established firms, universities, and nonprofit organizations can lend legitimacy to rookie firms—and with that comes more clients, projects, and opportunities.

Current Issue

January 2015

Thomas Phifer's new U.S. Courthouse in Salt Lake City, energy-performance-based contracts, Antoine Predock's Canadian Museum for Human Rights, five technologies to watch in 2015, Peter Haimerl's Konzerthaus Blaibach, the power of partnerships, HGA's cottages for Malboro Music, Matter Design's antiquated digital practice, Design/BuildLab's Sharon Little League Fieldhouse, and more ...



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