Audrey Hepburn and making an entrance

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

1. The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce profiles The Mark, the slender, sophisticated tower whose design was inspired by Audrey Hepburn.

2. The Chicago Tribune‘s Blair Kamin talks all things gates: as icons of exclusion, markers of identity, and the architecture behind making an entrance.

3. Wired interviewed Arup’s Raj Patel on the SoundLab, a space where our acoustic consultants create virtual sonic environments with startling realism.

4. Atlas Obscura features arbortecture, the slow-building, living structures that make fantastic visions real.

5. SFGate examines the strides taken to make the Hyperloop One dream a reality.

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