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  • Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly

    Los Angeles public space is rambunctious again; let's dress it properly
    "The public sector stopped making public space a long time ago," Los Angeles architect Jon Jerde told Wired magazine rather matter-of-factly in 1999. Jerde, who died last month at age 75, was best known for projects that were both resigned to and propelled by that idea.
  • Sadat City a cautionary tale as Egypt leader plans new capital

    CAIRO The sun-bleached portrait of former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in military regalia that marks the entry to the city he built is testament to its brief flourishing and steady decline. What began in 1978 as a vision for a new administrative...

    Bruce Graham-designed Lincoln Park home listed for $3.8 million

    Bruce Graham-designed Lincoln Park home listed for $3.8 million
    The four-bedroom, contemporary-style home in Lincoln Park that Chicago architect Bruce Graham designed and built for himself in 1968 has been listed for $3.8 million. During 40 years with the architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Graham was...

    Going Green Matters relocates, adds interactive exhibit

    Going Green Matters relocates, adds interactive exhibit
    Despite an emergency site change, the annual Going Green Matters environmental fair will welcome visitors this weekend to its traditional smorgasbord of green-themed education and entertainment. The ninth annual fair, which will feature roughly 70...

    Jack Train, 1922-2014

    Jack Train, 1922-2014
    Jack Train, a managerial mastermind who ran one of Chicago's major architectural firms and had a hand in some of the most revered postwar buildings designed here, died Monday, March 17, at his home in Barrington. Mr. Train was 91. The cause of death was...