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The exhibition, which is on view through November 11, features works created by Dion over the last 25 years.

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Inspired by nature but partly built by robots, the BUGA Wood Pavilion by ICD University of Stuttgart in Germany is a perfect host for outdoor events.

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Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Beartooth Mountains, a surprisingly intimate structure of vertical pine logs offers a serene place of respite for visitors to the arts center.

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A 2016 Design Vanguard designs storefront clinics for high-tech healthcare.

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A new literary café in Mexico City fast becomes a community gathering spot.

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Wright’s architecture comprises the 24th American site on the World Heritage List.

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The much-admired, award-winning architect, died July 9 at the age of 66. He had been diagnosed with ALS in 2016.

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Trained as architects, the founders of Barber & Osgerby design task chairs like they would buildings—with features that accommodate the way people actually work.

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A hospital on a mountainside integrates nature and touches of home into a new patient facility.

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Hutker Architects has reconstituted the original 1987 Steven Holl design of a Martha's Vineyard house.

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