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Nursery School and Municipal Workshops in Paris, France by Jean-François Schmit Architectes with Ingénierie Studio, SNC Lavalin (BET TCE)| Archinect
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Nice reflections off of herzog and de meuron #NYC #architecture #archinerd #wolfgoestowallstreet  (at 40  Bond St)
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The Hearst Tower rising from the old and disappearing into the white sky #architecture #sirnormanfoster #archinerd #wolfgoestowallstreet  (at Hearst Tower)
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Kimbell Art Museum / Renzo Piano
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In 1970, roughly two-thirds (65 percent) of Americans lived in neighborhoods that could be described as middle income; today that number is just slightly more than four in ten (42 percent), according to a study by Cornell University’s Kendra Bischoff and Sean Reardon of Stanford University. Over the same time span, the proportion of families living in affluent neighborhoods rose from 7 to 15 percent, and the share living in poor neighborhoods increased from 8 to 18 percent. The share of Americans living at both extremes grew from 15 percent in 1970 to 33 percent in 2009. Income segregation grew in nearly nine in ten of all U.S. metros with populations over 500,000 people, according to the study. A 2012 report by the Pew Research Center found economic segregation of upper- and lower-income households to have risen in in 27 of America’s 30 largest metros.

-The U.S. Cities With the Highest Levels of Income Segregation 
[Image: AP]
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Vega by Kolman Boye Architects
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(by whatuprafa)
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raltimore:

A Spike Jonze film 


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