Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.20.2010
In This Issue:
  • Japanese architects picked for Guggenheim Pavilion
  • Reflecting on the modern kitchen at MoMA's Counter Space exhibition
  • SHoP unveils design for temporary plaza outside Barclays Center arena
  • Van Alen Institute's pop-up bookstore to reincarnate much-missed architecture hub
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  • Alexandra Lange finds The Architecture of Harry Weese a modest first look at a major mid-century talent
  • Art Institute Sues Arup Over Modern Wing Flaws
  • A renowned lighting designer takes a walk in the dark in search of illumination
  • Six teams compete to build new V&A branch
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  • The dumbfounding decision to cancel the most important public works project in America should give architects pause
  • Frantic Atlatic Yards
  • Block Party; Happy, Happy Talk
  • EPA's design assistance grant will help sustainably redesign the widely criticized City Hall Plaza
  • Birdbath at the New Museum by Uhuru
  • Thomas de Monchaux takes a ride in Norman Foster's new Bowery museum, and finds it a movable feast for the senses
  • Approval finally fixed for $3 billion, KPF-designed waterfront neighborhood
  • Kliment Halsband and Robert Silman Associates renew a Georgian Revival home for the humanities in Baltimore
  • Yahoo plays chicken with ultra-efficient data center design at New York facility
  • Landmarks under fire for diminutive Upper West Side historic district
  • Programmable portals light up West Side passenger piers
  • China embarks on a furniture fair of its own
  • Win Some, Lose Some; PAC Picks Up; Midtown Reckoning; Drawing Lots