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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 08_12.15.2010_MW
In This Issue:
  • Chicago invented the skyscraper. Can it pioneer the best urban sustainable-energy strategies as well?
  • Tied-arch span by Muller + Muller expected to add aesthetics as well as efficiency
  • CDM's low-budget school design on Lake Michigan still manages to find room for sustainability.
  • Philippe Barriere and William Zahner fabricate a new village in Kenya's Rift Valley
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  • More than one billion pounds of post-consumer carpet diverted from landfills since 2002
  • Billings drift downward after sharp September gains
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  • JW Marriott Chicago by DiLeonardo and Lucien Lagrange Architects
  • David M. Schwarz looks to Palladio's Villa Rotunda to create Carmel's Center for the Performing Arts
  • Richard Nickel's iconic photography of noted American architecture headed to the Art Institute of Chicago
  • Howard+Revis undertake $20 million renovation at the National Civil Rights Museum
  • Ahoy, Northerly Island Park!, Cleveland's Conventional Health Plan, Expansive Nucleus
  • Esteemed critic Blair Kamin journeys through architecture and planning of the early 21st century
  • Financial problems may force Crystal Cathedral Ministries to sell architectural icons