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

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  • Modular Tool Organizers

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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    Curiosity may not be very kind to cats, but it is the key personal characteristic that enabled Jules Fisher to successfully apply his extraordinary talent to an extraordinarily wide range of venues.

  • Remodeling for Accessibility

    Recently my Chicago-based construction company renovated a second-floor apartment in a 19-story building to make it more user-friendly for disabled and elderly residents.