Additive manufacturing and modern architecture

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond.

1. Architectural Record examines the infiltration of 3D printing into conventional construction practices.

2. Atlas Obscura ditches visions of crumbling colonial structures with a photo gallery of Havana’s mid-century modern architecture.

3. Architectural Digest checks out the new wing of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, highlighting the fog- and water-inspired façade.

4. CityLab profiles Geoff Manaugh’s new book, A Burglar’s Guide to the City, which emphasizes the relationship between the built environment and breaking and entering.

5. Azure Magazine features the Elma Arts Complex where art infiltrates every corner from the reception desk to the premier concert halls.

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