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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 20_12.10.2008
In This Issue:
  • A banner year for the architect in brown suede shoes
  • City's newest, tallest skyscraper tops first hurdle
  • Firms gird for tough economy
  • Last minute deals for major rezoning at Willets Point and Hunter's Point
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  • As long as architects remain blinded to the political nature of their profession, writes William Menking, their work will remain only design and not architecture.
  • SCA capital plan slashed, but not commitment to design
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  • Art Institue of Chicago nears completion
  • Duravit New York
  • Eco-conscious architect to design UB law school
  • New Capitol visitor center opens near Capitol building
  • Obama's new urban policy post seen as boon to cities
  • Theater to add plaza on Lafayette over preservationists' objections
  • Port Authority chairman calls for federal approvals, money
  • Ideas charrette for Coney Island's future yields vision of year-round entertainment district
  • Rogers Marvel's new soup kitchen adds amenities for visitors
  • Lion Brand Yarn Studio
  • New bike storage requirements for new buildings
  • New rating system unveiled for sustainable land design
  • Driehaus branches out with non-western pick