Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 15_09.22.2010
In This Issue:
  • Empire State Building owner takes fight over a proposed Pelli-designed neighbor to City Council
  • Philanthropist picks New York firm to design downtown arts complex on Grand Avenue
  • Andrew Saint relishes the Old English style of Richard Norman Shaw in his exemplary new edition
  • Landmark brownfield program gives city new control and incentives for light to moderately contaminated sites
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  • Designing housing for the elderly, Dutch architect Arnoud Gelauff has discovered that there is no need to fall back on antiseptic and depressing designs.
  • Behnisch Architekten's New Haven lab forms a gateway for Yale New Haven Hospital
  • Ennead Architects designs a glassy monument on Independence Mall
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  • Licensed to Learn
  • It's a Steal, Meier Full of Beans
  • Grast by Vamos Architects
  • Glass master James Carpenter creates a thrilling dialogue of space, light, and landscape at Jerusalem's venerable campus
  • Johnson Controls with Jones Lang LaSalle, the Rocky Mountain Institute, and the Clinton Climate Initiative
  • No End for Ave., Riverside Sunk?, Kahn Do