Henning Larsen selected to design University of Cincinnati business school

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavik, Iceland, is designed by Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Archtects. Tha facade was developed by Henning Larsen Architects in collaboration with the artist Olafur Eliasson. Photo by Nic Lehoux *** EDITORIAL USE ONLY ***

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavik, Iceland, is designed by Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Archtects. (Photo by Nic Lehoux/Henning Larsen)

The team of Copenhagen-based Henning Larsen Architects and Cincinnati-based KZF Design have been selected by University of Cincinnati to design and construct the new $100 million Carl H. Lindner College of Business. The project will consist of 250,000 square foot of class rooms and facilities and will sit on the site of the current Russel C. Myers Alumni Center.

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Washington University’s youth Alberti Program receives large pledge from local firm

Architecture, Midwest
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
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Fourth through ninth grade students from 145 St. Louis schools participate in the Alberti Program, learning problem solving through architecture. (Sam Fox School)

Washington University in St. Louis‘ Alberti Program for youth architecture has been given a major boost from the St. Louis–based design and planning firm PGAV Destinations in the form of a pledge of $125,000 and volunteer time.

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AIA Chicago outlines Pullman’s future as a National Monument

Night view of historic Pullman Sleeping Car Factory by night. Image Courtesy Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Proposed night view of historic Pullman sleeping car factory. (Image Courtesy Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture)

As part of the ongoing preservation efforts surrounding the South Side Chicago neighborhood of Pullman a print and online book has been released reporting the results of a workshop conducted by AIA Chicago and the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) in April 2015. Positioning Pullman gives a history as well as a possible way forward for the once flourishing company neighborhood, which has recently been designated a national monument by President Barack Obama.

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A Detroit soccer team asks fans to crowdfund historic stadium rehabilitation

Midwest, Other, Preservation
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
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Detroit City Football Club plans to completely update and refurbish and update the historic WPA Keyworth Stadium with the help of investing fans. (Courtesy Integrity Building Group)

“City ‘til I Die” is the motto of the Detroit City Football Club (DCFC), a member of the National Premier Soccer League, the largest soccer league in the U.S. Now, the team is asking its fans to put their money where their motto is to help restore a historic neighborhood soccer stadium.

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The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture is $2 million closer to independent incorporation

Easter dInner outside the drafting studio at Taliesin West, 1949 (Courtesy Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, MoMA, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library at Columbia University

Easter dinner outside the drafting studio at Taliesin West, 1949 (Courtesy Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, MoMA, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library at Columbia University

In collaboration with the Scottsdale, Arizona-based Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (FLWF), the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (FLWSA) has raised more than $2 million dollars from 317 contributors. To comply with new accreditation requirements, the school is in the process of becoming an independent subsidiary of the foundation. The funds are an important milestone on the FLWSA’s journey towards financial stability. Read More

Wisconsin’s Googie Gobbler gets grand reopening, purple vinyl and all

Architecture, Midwest, Preservation
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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After nearly 15 years sitting empty, a Googie icon of the upper Midwest is reopening—and there’s no shortage of purple vinyl and rotating bars.

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Detroit the first U.S. city to be named a UNESCO City of Design

Design, Midwest, News
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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Detroit's Renaissance Center, home to General Motors, will say goodbye to Cadillac. (Loren Sztajer via Flickr)

Detroit’s Renaissance Center. (Loren Sztajer via Flickr)

Detroit has joined 16 other cities designated by UNESCO as a City of Design as part of its Creative Cities Network. Detroit is the first U.S. city to be named a City of Design, and one of only five other cities in the U.S. to be inducted into the Creative Cities Network.

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Obama Foundation announces seven offices to submit proposals for presidential library

Architecture, Midwest, News
Monday, December 21, 2015
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Poetry Foundation, Chicago, John Ronan Architects. (Steve Hall/Hedrich Blessing)

The Poetry Foundation, Chicago, by perspective presidential library designers John Ronan Architects. (Steve Hall/Hedrich Blessing)

The Barack Obama Foundation has announced the seven offices from which it is requesting proposals for the design of the Obama Presidential Library in Chicago.

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Isamu Noguchi’s space-age, fluid ceiling is hidden inside this St. Louis truck rental warehouse

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Isamu Noguchi’s Magic Chef ceiling has been hidden above a drop ceiling for decades.

In what has become a recurring irony, the poor taste of 20th century corporations has been saving the day for historic buildings across the country. Now as companies like Walgreens and CVS rehabilitate dilapidated banks into drugstores, St. Louis might be getting its first look in decades at a historic Isamu Noguchi designed ceiling hidden above a drop ceiling in what’s now a U-Haul truck rental warehouse.

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On View> Theaster Gates’ Stony Island Arts Bank showing art and architecture in Chicago

Art, Midwest, On View
Monday, December 14, 2015
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(Courtesy Rebuild Foundation)

(Courtesy Rebuild Foundation)

Stony Island Arts Bank
6760 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago
Carlos Bunga, Under the Skin, through January 3
Frida Escobedo, Materials Reservoir, through January 3

The Stony Island Arts Bank is a project of Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates’ nonprofit Rebuild Foundation. The foundation converted a vacant former savings bank on the South Side into an archive, exhibition space, and community center to encourage artist-led, community-driven revitalization.

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Farming Detroit: City considers expanding urban agriculture to include raising and slaughtering livestock

City Terrain, Midwest, Urbanism
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
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It is currently illegal to keep livestock in Detroit. (<a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AHahn_CLP_Germany.JPG"> oman Köhler</a> Wikimedia Commons)

It is currently illegal to keep livestock in Detroit. ( Roman Köhler Wikimedia Commons)

Adding to its normal population of lions and tigers, Detroit may be gaining a whole new demographic of furry inhabitants if proposed legislation passes in the spring allowing urban farmers to keep livestock in the city limits.

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Chris Wilkinson and John Ronan present at Facades+ conference in Chicago

Facades+ News, Midwest
Friday, December 4, 2015
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John Ronan addresses the Chicago Facades+ Conference in his key note address. (Chelsea Ross)

John Ronan addresses the Chicago Facades+ Conference in his key note address. (Chelsea Ross)

One only had to glance out the window to understand why the 18th floor of Mart Plaza hotel was the perfect venue for the Chicago addition of the Facades+ Conferences. With views of 333 W. Wacker, the Willis Tower, and a handful of new towers under construction, the history of the modern facade was on display. The conversation in the symposium would be equally as rich with local and international speakers.

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