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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 14_09.08.2010
In This Issue:
  • Five visions unveiled in competition to reinvigorate famed Saarinen site
  • Community groups use view corridors and clever tactics to keep big buildings at bay
  • Extell tunnels onward in long-waited bid to bury West Side highway, but project may still take decades
  • Brushing off preservationists' pleas, Parks Department set to raze nearly century-old beach colony
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  • Proposed museum scouts for space at four sites on the National Mall
  • Those Were the Days
  • Consumer Porn, One Fossil to Another, Knock Knock
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  • The Empire Room by Goodman Charlton
  • Historic C.B.J. Snyder public school building reborn as Collegiate Gothic condos in model adaptive reuse
  • Mitchell/Giurgola and R.A. Heintges remake Rockefeller University's tired lab complex with a sleek hub for collaboration
  • WTC No Longer a Zero, Fulton Street Ahead, High Five for the High Line, Inside Job at Atlantic Yards
  • After brain surgery left him blind at 45, a San Francisco architect rediscovered the full sensory world of design