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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 10_06.02.2010
In This Issue:
  • Venturi, Scott Brown question plans to alter their Philly masterwork
  • New School moves ahead with downsized SOM campus center
  • Two bay area museums look east for talent
  • Spanish architect Eva Franch to lead famed New York architecture center
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  • LMCC studio space designed pro bono by Davis Brody Bond Aedas creates first perment home since city takeover
  • Critics applaud the administration's efforts on urban issues but question the purpose of an office that oversees them
  • An increasing number of desk-bound New Yorkers are finding modest means to make a big difference in Haiti, writes Jeff Byles.
  • Voted Off the Island?, Knuckles Rapped, Just Asking
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  • Tamarind Tribeca by Wid Chapman Architects
  • The San Francisco-based architect built one of the largest mid-century firms but never let its size impact the work
  • Work AC creates a dramatic, public-oriented addition for what was a 1960s-era box for books
  • D.C.'s Arena Stage gets makeover and more
  • The JV MVPs, Jazzing Up 125th Street, The California Trail