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Shop Talk: Friday, September 16

Berkeley art museum renderingThe U. of California at Berkeley wants to demolish its 1970 art-museum building rather than address its seismic problems, which administrators say would cost $60-million. The latest renderings for a replacement facility were released this week, and they incorporate a 1939 university printing-plant building into a larger scheme. The $90-million design is by Diller Scofidio + Renfro of New York. (Diller Scofidio + Renfro rendering)

Art Building WestRenovation of Flood-Damaged U. of Iowa Landmark Nears Completion (Art Building West in 2010; Chronicle photograph)

Crowding May Prompt Construction at Arkansas State U.

$23-Million Student-Services Building Opens at Citrus College

MIT Low-Cost-Housing Program Unveils Easy 800-Square-Foot Home for $6,000

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