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  • Milling Rough Lumber

    For fine woodworking, having control over the flatness and stability of the wood is paramount.

  • Roll Out the Barrel House

    A former summer camp whose design came straight from the funny pages gets a new life as a museum.

  • Clients from Hell

    Adam Shaf says a dispute with his former clients stems from them "not paying us for work, not because of poor workmanship."

  • An Efficient Box Truck Build-Out

    An organized work vehicle can save you a ton of time and effort, and it might even double as a portable workplace.

  • Modular Tool Organizers

    Tool organizers from Festool, DeWalt, and Bosch. Choose which system best fits your needs depending on work style, budget, and level of customization.

  • OSHA Extends Temporary Fall-Protection Enforcement Once Again

    The delay gives roofers another shot at getting the agency to reconsider its personal fall-arrest requirements.

  • Geometric Objects up for Auction at Wright

    The Chicago auction house's semiannual Mass Modern sale includes exquisite, geometrically pure objects by Hoffmann, Peche, and Mangiarotti.

  • Chicago Riverfront Complex Proposal Draws Cheers and Jeers

    The Kennedy family has announced plans to build a large-scale waterfront complex in Chicago consisting of three towers designed by architect Cesar Pelli.

  • UrbanLab

    Their research into Chicago's infrastructure led to a project.

  • Behind the Scenes: The Cover

    To celebrate its 25th anniversary, ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING asked Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Lite Brite Neon studio to create a blue "25" sign, a photograph of which graces the cover of our Nov/Dec 2011 issue.