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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 01_04.14.2010_MW
In This Issue:
  • Despite strong architecture, Indiana bank collapses
  • Museums get going with homegrown talent
  • Sejima and Nishizawa share this year's Pritzker Prize
  • Billings show unexpected strength in region
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  • Recent Chicago housing data confirm what many of us have known for years -- that compact, urban living has become an attractive option for people from all walks of life, writes Alan G. Brake.
  • Can the mega-chain break into Chicago?
  • UIC's Bridge-to-Happy-Hour, Diamonds and Pearls, And the Winner Is..., Bitter Design Betty
  • Sable Kitchen & Bar by Puccini Group
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  • Four new grant areas, including Louisville, plan for sustainable growth
  • Stanley Tigerman remembers the extraordinarily gifted Chicago architect
  • Chris Lange and Minneapolis architect Charlie Lazor turn a former Ford dealership into an ad agency's creative nerve center
  • Mies' last building makes it onto national honor roll
  • Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture with Thornton Tomasetti and Environmental Systems Design
  • New Detroit mayor outlines unprecedented relocation plan
  • New twists on old favorites give a boost to kitchens and baths
  • Gang Goes Retro, Concrete Poetry, Pump It Up, Popularity Contest, Mixed-Income Mission