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How 4 Architects are Reimagining the Modern Log Cabin

Ultra-contemporary and eco-friendly, these takes on the traditional log cabin are a case study on how to escape to the countryside in style

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Lawsuit Against HGTV’s Windy City Rehab Stars ‘Resolved’

The homeowners, who were featured in season 1 of the show, filed the lawsuit back in April

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Architect Matt Rinka Finds Virtue in Not Fitting In

Architect Matt Rinka seeks a Milwaukee of today – and tomorrow…

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Top Trends in Home Stairs & Stairways

The simple stairway is no longer just a utilitarian space. Many interior designers are creating over-the-top statement staircases like these for their clients.

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Old Milwaukee schools to become affordable housing

The City of Milwaukee recently decided to move forward with Gorman’s plans to turn the old high school into new, affordable family housing — 64 one and two-bedroom apartments.

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20 Years with SketchUp – A Tale of the Journey So Far

SketchUp has turned 20 this year – that means we have made a journey of 20 years with SketchUp, through various versions, upgrades, and adaptations.

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President of City Blue Imaging talks about that devastating fire

UPDATE: President of City Blue Imaging, Mark Cleary, posted on Facebook that he will open a temporary office for the company: “I am happy to report that we

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Trump Signs Order Requiring Classical Architecture for Federal Buildings

President Trump signed an executive order requiring federal buildings be constructed in the style of American classical architectural codes.

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Pedestrian bridge in Providence wins international architecture award

PROVIDENCE – The Michael S. Van Leesten Bridge, formerly known as the Providence Pedestrian Bridge, has won an international architecture award for design by the American Architecture Awards. Designed by the Michigan-based architect inFORM Studio and the U.K.-based engineering firm Buro Happold, the $22 million bridge is a state project that opened in 2018. It… […]

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AIA honors cutting-edge school designs

The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA’s) Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) has recognized 11 projects for state-of-the-art designs of schools and learning centers. The Education Facility Design Award jury selected six facilities for its Awards of Excellence and five projects for its Awards of Merit.

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