‘Bike Boom’: Lessons from the ’70s cycling craze that swept the U.S. – Curbed

A new book about bicycling’s boom (and bust) has lessons for today’s riders and planners by Patrick Sisson While the U.S. isn’t the cycle-mad Netherlands—yet—recent news may suggest we’re entering a bike-riding renaissance. Biking has become a quickly growing (albeit still...
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Auberge spa rendering

Inside the new Auberge Beach Residences & Spa, designed by NBWW

Auberge restaurant and spa is slated to open in 2018 By Amanda Rabines The developers of Auberge Beach Residences & Spa in Fort Lauderdale just released new renderings of the upscale spa and restaurant at the nearly completed project. The 171-unit beachfront condo tower at...
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Biennial Artistic Directors Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee provided a curatorial presentation this morning, describing some of the themes and exhibits planned for the season-long exposition. Jay Koziarz

What to expect from the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial – Curbed Chicago

No less than 141 participants are expected to ‘Make New History’ at September’s exposition by Jay Koziarz The Chicago Architecture Biennial, a season-long exposition that celebrates the work of architects from around the world, continues to prepare for its return to the Windy...
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