Daily digest: The largest offshore wind farm in the U.S. moves forward, a Brutalist bus terminal revival, and more

Welcome back to another Thursday chock-full of architecture and design goings-on at home and around the world.

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The largest offshore wind farm in U.S. history is approved for Massachusetts

The United States is sticking to its pledge to boost renewable energy production, and on May 11, the Biden administration approved construction of the Vineyard Wind project. Now, 84 wind turbines will rise 12 miles off the coast of Massachusetts and once completed is expected to provide up to 800 megawatts of electricity. That’s enough power for 400,000 homes, which seems like a lot, but is only a small step towards meeting the country’s

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