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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.06.2010
In This Issue:
  • An invitation to build in China sounds too good to be true, and probably is, say New York architects
  • Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates wins major competition to transform grounds around Saarinen icon
  • Kenneth Caldwell basks in the modern mystique of this definitive and nuanced Design Research biography
  • Philly developer nixes mixed-use plan for 85-year-old grain elevator
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  • Two gorgeous new photography books stalk the evocative ruins of Brooklyn's industrial waterways
  • Cash-strapped NYCHA sees pending deal as model for selling development rights in problem-plagued projects
  • Modest uptick in August AIA index marks slow road to recovery
  • SOM-designed Marshak Science Building gets facelift amid R&D building boom at Hamilton Heights campus
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  • Considering the Venice Biennale's relevance after forty years.
  • One more for the books
  • AD's New Guard, Viva Brasilia!, We Heard at a Party
  • Chanel Soho by Peter Marino
  • New tax rules boost investment in rehabilitation
  • Open House New York reveals the city's hidden spaces
  • Hanrahan Meyers Architects composes a New York chapel with physics and the human spirit in mind
  • Hargreaves Associates design Brooklyn park atop a parking garage
  • Fordham Plaza, Far Rockaway Park, Times Square Visitors Center, Xinjin Landscape Bridge, Zipper Bench
  • New School team ups the ante in sustainability competition
  • 360 Architecture and Ewing Cole design a football stadium for two New York powerhouses
  • Bernard Tschumi Architects shows off their competition-winning performing arts center
  • Superfund for Newtown Creek, Subway stall-out on Second Avenue, Field Operations storms Seattle
  • New security systems with digital brains make it so much easier to get by