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Greening a Build-to-Suit: National Wildlife Federation Headquarters by Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK)

Reston, Virginia: An environmental federation actually walks the talk of sustainable design.

by Kristen Richards

March 25, 2002

Balconies serve as outdoor breakout spaces for National Wildlife Federation staff. A metal trellis for deciduous vines forms a sunscreen wall on the far portion of the façade.
(Photo: Michael Houlahan/Hedrich Blessing)
Exhibition: "US Design - 1975-2000" at the Denver Art Museum

A quintessential American city celebrates a quarter-century of American-based design.

by ArchNewsNow

March 21, 2002

Louis XVI Chest of Drawers, 1984, Sheraton 664 Side Chair, 1979-84, by Robert Venturi. Dining Table, 1989, Lounge Chair, 1980-81, by Michael Graves.
(Photo: Bill O'Connor, Denver Art Museum)

High-Tech and High Light: Medtronic World Headquarters and Research and Education Facility by HGA

Fridley, Minnesota: A high-tech corporate campus demonstrates the power of design to turn corporate culture into a tangible asset.

by ArchNewsNow

March 18, 2002

The Medtronic World Headquarters is a blend of traditional and modern architecture; local limestone and sand-molded brick were chosen for their natural, earth-hewn qualities and connection to Minnesota.
(Photo: Assassi Productions)
Tastings: Biltmore Winery by Little & Associates

Asheville, North Carolina: A converted dairy barn regains its historic presence.

by Kristen Richards

March 14, 2002

Approach to the Biltmore Winery.
(Photo: Don Dubroff Photography)

INSIGHT: Critical Ingredients in Urban Placemaking

Successful public spaces, whether new, revitalized, or reclaimed, rely on a number of elements.

by Randall H. Shortridge, AIA, RTKL/Los Angeles

March 11, 2002

Gateways: A pedestrian tunnel under 72nd Street at the end of the Mall in Central Park provides a dramatic gateway to the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain; gateways add to the emotional sense of "arrival."
(Photo: Randall Shortridge)
Fermenting Culture: Guinness Storehouse by Imagination and Robinson Keefe Devane (RKD) Architects

Dublin, Ireland: A global company affirms its commitment to its own home town.

by Kristen Richards

March 11, 2002

The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland, is a former fermentation plant in the St. James' Gate Brewery Complex.
(Courtesy of Imagination)

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