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Chicago Placemaking Festival Aims to teach Old Places New Tricks

In a few short years, the term placemaking has migrated from wonky urban planning circles to neighborhoods across the country—that communities come together around public space is no groundbreaking observation, but when successful the idea can be revolutionary on a local scale. So hopes Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council, who this weekend will sponsor “Old Place […]
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Happy Gay Pride! The Seductive Modernist Houses Of Fire Island


This week has been incredible for gay rights in the US. Not only did the Supreme Court strike down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8, but this weekend kicks off New York City’s Gay Pride festivities. To celebrate, we’re taking a little trip to the past with some gay architectural history to …Continue Reading
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Glass House Summer Party Raises $250,000


Guests at a benefit for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, including (at right) Alfred H. Barr, Jr., founding director of the Museum of Modern Art, taken by the hosts’ private photographer and published in Vogue Magazine’s August 1, 1967 issue. This Saturday afternoon, Phillip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan held a benefit summer party (in …Continue Reading
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Glass House Summer Party Raises $250,000


Guests at a benefit for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, including (at right) Alfred H. Barr, Jr., founding director of the Museum of Modern Art, taken by the hosts’ private photographer and published in Vogue Magazine’s August 1, 1967 issue. This Saturday afternoon, Phillip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan held a benefit summer party (in …Continue Reading
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Marvelous Museums En Plein Air


  History Museum of Lugo, in Spain Here at Architizer we love our museums. But in the summer, with the sun and warm weather beckoning us outside, spending time inside a crowded gallery starts to feel like a chore. The solution? Outdoor (or mostly outdoor) museums! We’ve rounded up six sculpture parks, abstract structures, and …Continue Reading
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Get Ready For Summer: 10 Outdoor Pavilions

While summer may not officially be here quite yet, the recent week of balmy weather in New York City has us convinced otherwise. And warmer weather means: more time spent outside! However, too much time in the glaring rays calls for the occasional brea… Sigue leyendo

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Fire Island’s Old Flame Rekindled With Pines Pavilion


A note to our readers: HollwichKushner (HWKN) is Architizer’s sister company. Architizer was cofounded three years ago from within HWKN and now shares an office with the architecture firm. Architizer is proud of its heritage as the only global architecture platform born from an architecture firm and run by practicing architects. Out of the ashes …Continue Reading
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The A-List: Quirky Modern Movie Theaters


Skyline Residence by Belzberg Architects in Los Angeles. Learn more about this project here. Summer blockbusters are here! It’s that time of year when Hollywood puts out the sequels, prequels, action flicks, and star-studded vehicles that it hopes will break box office records. If The Great Gatsby or Iron Man 3 aren’t your speed, there’s always Star Trek Into Darkness or The Hangover III coming up. But whatever your movie …Continue Reading
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