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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 19_11.18.2009
In This Issue:
  • State invests in sustainable manufacturing in Brooklyn
  • MoMA commissions teams to tackle New York's rising waters
  • Developer proposes Pelli-designed towers for North Brooklyn waterfront
  • Charles Birnbaum remembers a pathbreaking modernist landscape architect
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  • PA readies backup plan for Ground Zero infrastructure
  • Kazuyo Sejim to direct 2010 Biennale
  • People Choice Awards/Back to the Future
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  • As the Miami Art Museum unveils new home, director Terence Riley moves on
  • El Museo del Barrio by Gruzen Samton Architects
  • Cambridge opposes converting Johnson house into salon for Harvard students
  • Fashion business incubator set for garment district
  • KPF-designed tower would be third tallest in the world
  • D.C. veteran Michael Kelly joins NYCHA
  • DOT winnows options to replace Kosciuszko Bridge
  • Mayor moves to boost NYC's sustainable economy
  • Long inaccessible Fort Totten prepares for new public park
  • Philadelphia school's new sustainable building is learning laboratory
  • The Iron Trapezoid/In Scully and Moe We Trust/Smoke Clears from TVCC/SCI-Arc Staying Put?