Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.30.2008
In This Issue:
  • Vinoly scheme to cover part of London's Battersea Power Station with ecodome goes over like a lead balloon
  • LPC approves downscaled plans for Domino project
  • Contractors tackle site safety with new group
  • Mum's the word for changes at the Century Club
  • Advertisement
  • Few issues in New York are messier than who pays for the public realm
  • Ghenet Brooklyn by Rickenbacker + Leung
  • Kurve by Karim Rashid
  • Advertisement
  • Columbia inks dramatic deal with Manhattanville holdout
  • M.I.T. and Carlo Ratti Associati with Arup
  • MoMA's Home Delivery show offers plenty to learn about flat-packing, laser cutting, and tool-free assembly. But, asks Alexandra Lange, will this change anything at all about architecture?
  • Old waterfront switching station to get high-performance shell
  • Historian James Ackerman to receive golden lion in Venice
  • As zoning plan zigzags, Zigun bails out
  • Sandy Hornick pays tribute to a longtime champion of the New York City Planning Commission
  • The Illuminating Engineering Society of New York
  • Matsugen by Thomas Juul-Hansen
  • Stamford department store listed on state register
  • From green walls and terracotta insulation tiles to custom-printed resin, the latest panel systems come loaded with environmental savvy and plenty of options