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View of the south fields, all works by Mark di Suvero. Left to right: Figolu, 2005–11. Courtesy the artist and Spacetime C.C. E=MC2 , 1996-97. Courtesy the artist and Spacetime C.C. ©Mark di Suvero. Courtesy Storm King Art Center hide caption

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Sculptor Mark Di Suvero Creates Joy Out Of Steel

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The Toufic H. Kalil house in Manchester, N.H. is one of only seven Usonian Automatic buildings ever constructed. Paula Martin Group hide caption

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Frank Lloyd Wright, But DIY: A Rare 'Usonian Automatic' House Is For Sale

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The Confitería del Molino, once a bustling pastry shop adjacent to the Argentine Capitol building, reopened recently for a few hours in a sneak preview of its full restoration. Carlos Schroder for NPR hide caption

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In Buenos Aires, Crowds Line Up For A Taste Of Sweeter Days

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Families and friends enjoy their time on a Gaza City beach. Israel allows in international aid workers, journalists and diplomats, but tourists are prohibited. Khalil Hamra/AP Images for NPR hide caption

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Here's What Tourists Might See If They Were Allowed To Visit Gaza

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Ray and Charles sit in their living room in 1958. An intimate alcove was tucked into the larger, high-ceilinged room. Julius Shulman/J. Paul Getty Trust hide caption

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Charles And Ray Eames Made Life Better By Design; Their Home Was No Exception

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A set of pink seesaws allowed people to share some fun along the U.S.-Mexico border wall this week. Here, a woman helps her little girls ride the seesaw that was installed near Ciudad de Juarez, Mexico. Christian Chavez/AP hide caption

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Architect I.M. Pei stands in front of the Louvre museum's glass pyramid in Paris, just before the structure's inauguration in March 1989. Pierre Gleizes/AP hide caption

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I.M. Pei, Architect Of Some Of The World's Most Iconic Structures, Dies At 102

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The Palau Sant Jordi, an indoor arena designed by Arata Isozaki that was used for the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics. Hisao Suzuki/Courtesy of the The Hyatt Foundation/Pritzker Architecture Prize hide caption

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Arata Isozaki, Whose Hybrid Style Forged 'New Paths,' Wins Pritzker Prize

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Michael Durand (left), husband of Kitchn Editor-In-Chief Faith Durand, and friend Chris Gardner (right) carve turkey while guests hang out in the Durands' kitchen, dirty dishes and all, at a recent party. Kitchn/Rachel Joy Barehl hide caption

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Like Moths To A Flame: Why Modern-Day Guests Always Gather In The Kitchen

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Colombian sculptor Doris Salcedo (center) cleans a spill on the floor during the pre-inauguration of her peace monument titled Fragmentos (Fragments), for which she used metal melted-down from the weapons handed over by FARC guerrilla fighters to make the floor, in Bogotá on July 31. Diana Sanchez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Vishaan Chakrabarti on the TED stage. Bret Hartman/TED hide caption

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Vishaan Chakrabarti: How Can We Design More Welcoming Cities?

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Postmodernism Architect Robert Venturi Dies At 93

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