Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.16.2008
In This Issue:
  • Gehry designing this summer's Serpentine Pavilion in London
  • AIA Billings Index shows sharpest 2-month decline since 1995
  • Mayor's congestion pricing plan defeated by Assembly Dems
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  • MSG pullout could kill new transit hub and tower project
  • Parts + Labor Gallery
  • Princeton University unveils ambitious campus plan and architecture school gets sleek addition
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  • As Atlantic Yards shrinks, its critics rejoice, but is smaller still too big? Alexandra Lange surveys Gehry's shifting landscape.
  • Citizen groups are complaining that the Washington Mall has never looked worse
  • Steven Holl renovates NYU philosophy department
  • Soho says no to traffic-ban plan, fearing massive influx of unicyclists and mimes
  • New city park benches are both sustainable and hip
  • University commits financial capital and serious architecture to boost struggling upstate city
  • Grimshaw with Davis Brody Bond and Buro Happold
  • Two artists devise a Hamptons house to challenge residents to live harder
  • RMJM endows new $2 million GSD program
  • Strike Three, Not So Fast
  • French architect is named 2008 Pritzker Prize laureate
  • Property owners working to establish international green rating system
  • Tishman Speyer bid selected, but design likely to change