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The Charles / Lord Aeck Sargent

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Murmuration Installation / SO-IL

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Coca-Cola Stage at the Alliance Theatre / Trahan Architects

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Interface Headquarters / Perkins and Will

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Shadow Summit 2019: Building the Future

Today’s built environment innovators are going to define our world for centuries to come. Shadow Summit is your chance to engage them.

The vision of Shadow Summit is to propel built environment technology to reach its full potential. To achieve that mission, we focus relentlessly on getting the right startups, market leaders, and enterprises in the room, to create the change this industry desperately needs.

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Split Box House / DiG Architects

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Call for Entries: domestiCITY

The City of Atlanta Department of City Planning is seeking proposals to address challenges such as increases in land and construction cost, as well as demand for affordable housing outpacing supply in heavily-populated areas. The competition will use Santa Fe Villas, a 4-acre 147-unit supportive housing development along a commercial corridor, as the pilot project site.

College Football Hall of Fame / Tvsdesign

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Trahan Architects to Transform Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre

Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center has tapped Trahan Architects to lead the renovation of the Tony Award winning Alliance Theatre. A cornerstone member of the Woodruff Arts campus, which is also home to Richard Meier’s High Museum and museum expansions by Renzo Piano, the project will include a complete transformation of the Alliance Stage, theater rehearsal spaces, education spaces and support facilities. Selected from a competition of over 30 firms, Trahan’s design will be the first major renovation for the theatre since its construction in 1968.

Porsche North America Experience Center and Headquarters / HOK

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National Center for Civil and Human Rights / HOK + The Freelon Group (Now part of Perkins+Will)

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ArchDaily Founders to Discuss Globalization and "Going Viral" at AIA Convention 2015

A week from today the 2015 AIA National Convention will kickstart in Atlanta, Georgia. With a plethora of options to consider, we encourage those attending to sign up for the hour-long discussion "Going Viral: Blurred Borders and Globalization." Presented by ArchDaily co-founders David Basulto and David Assael, and organized by the AIANY Global Dialogues Committee, "Going Viral" will discuss how you can take your practice (and profits) to a global level. The discussion will occur at 5PM on Friday, May 15th. Sign up for the course here, using the code "FR418."

National Center for Civil and Human Rights Exhibit Design / David Rockwell

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'Eero Saarinen: A Reputation for Innovation' Exhibition

Taking place now until June 30 at the Museum of Design Atlanta, the 'Eero Saarinen: A Reputation for Innovation' exhibition pays tribute to Saarinen’s brief yet brilliant career, in which he designed numerous corporate, educational, cultural, public, and private buildings, including recognizable icons like the Saint Louis Gateway Arch, the TWA Terminal at New York’s JFK Airport, and Dulles Airport in Washington DC. Also breaking new ground by shedding light on a little known chapter of Saarinen’s secret professional life during World War II, the exhibit highlights the architect’s work and a study of the design principles he followed. For more information, please visit here.

2013 Douglas C. Allen Lecture: Adriaan Geuze

This year's Douglas C. Allen Lecture, presented by the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture, features Adriaan Geuze, one of the founders of West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture. Founded in 1987, West 8 is an award-winning international office which has established itself as a leading practice within the last 20 years with about 70 architects, urban designers, landscape architects, and industrial engineers. The event takes place Wednesday, March 6th, from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium. For more details about the event, please visit here.

Adamsville Regional Health Center / Stanley Beaman & Sears

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Edge Condition Pavilion / Synecdoche Design Studio

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