$۹۰ Million Restoration Nears Completion on the Largest Theater in Brooklyn

Shuttered for almost 40 years, the ornamental façade of the Kings Theatre—towering over the storefronts along Brooklyn, New York's busy Flatbush Avenue—stood as a sad reminder of the area’s decline, beginning in the 1970s, from a once glorious past. Now its decorative terracotta panels and sculptural flourishes are a vision sign of progress as the theater prepares to reopen in January 2015.
 

Exhibition Review: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz

Prompting questions about human rights, freedom of speech, and the value of incarceration, @Large was clearly colored by the artist’s own experience.
 

OMA and OLIN Named Winners of D.C. Bridge Park Design Competition

The planned linear park spanning Washington, D.C.’s Anacostia River has been widely compared to the High Line and could open in 2018.
 

RIBA Awards Stirling Prize to the Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

The Royal Institute of British Architects has awarded this year's Stirling Prize for best building to the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool. Haworth Tompkins Architects recently rebuilt and greatly expanded the rundown chapel that has housed the theater since the 1960s.
 

The Sea Ranch at Fifty

Fifty years ago, a breathtaking, 10-mile-long, mile-wide strip of the California coast, 105 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, was declared a privately-owned model community and opened for radically eco-friendly residential development. Owned and managed for 42 years as a sheep ranch, the new town was named The Sea Ranch (the "The" is mandatory).
 

Newsmakers: Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey

The Dublin-based husband-and-wife partners are this year's RIBA Gold Medal winners.
 

Newsmaker: Adam Reed Tucker

Adam Reed Tucker, a Chicago-based architect, conceived the concept for Lego Architecture, an elegant series of building sets celebrated in Lego Architecture: The Visual Guide, published by DK last month.
   

First Look: Thomas Heatherwick’s Bombay Sapphire Distillery

At the center of Thomas Heatherwick’s adaptation of a historic paper mill into a production facility and visitor center for Bombay Sapphire gin, a pair of fluted glass domes erupt from the brick walls of the main distillery hall.
 

Zaha Hadid Architects Designs Cambodian Genocide Memorial

1010_Zaha_SleukRith_HERO Construction will begin next year on the memorial and institute dedicated to victims of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.
 



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