Inside the Olympic stadium. (Photo: A. Frankl/CC SA: BY 3.0)

America’s First Medal at the 1936 Olympics Was For…Town Planning

Urban planning was once considered an Olympic sport, and Brooklyn’s Marine Park won a medal. by Jack Goodman The design to redevelop Marine Park, in Brooklyn, had been beautifully sketched in oil onto a large rectangular canvas. The map showed a thin canal, almost...
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Miami’s Grove at Grand Bay marks architect Bjarke Ingels’s first foray into the U.S. condo market.

Bjarke Ingels’s First U.S. Condo Is a Pair of Twisting Miami Towers, with NBWW | Architectural Digest

One of the biggest architects in the world adds his flair to the residential market in Coconut Grove Text by Geoffrey Montes Photography by Bjarke Ingels Group The latest addition to Miami’s rapidly evolving skyline also happens to be the first Bjarke Ingels–designed condominium...
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