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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 05_03.16.2011
In This Issue:
  • Restoration of Peddocks Island in Boston Harbor pits preservationists against planners.
  • City rewrites zoning code after more than 50 years.
  • LOT-EK and the Van Alen Institute re-envision the architectural bookstore in New York.
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  • It is impossible to think of Gio, the architect, as separate from this person who, more completely, saw all output as creative exploration.
  • Developer to add two towers to local landmark in Chelsea.
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  • Bizarre and Irrational Non-Payments; Teddy Bare Picnic
  • Homeless shelter to slip unnoticed into Chelsea?
  • Alexander Wang flagship store by Ryan Korban and Robin Kramer
  • Cetra/Ruddy and WSP Cantor Seinuk's slender tower stands tall with help from an innovative damper.
  • New York by Gehry struggles to find its place among Manhattan skyscrapers.
  • Maeda's Ides of March, London Torch Stoked, On the Waterfront
  • New outdoor products durable enough for civic duty
  • Exhibition explores the legacy of New York's lost Beaux Arts landmark and ponders the site's future.
  • Clip/Stamp/Fold: The Radical Architecture of Little Magazines 196X to 197X
  • Mohamed Elshahed traces the evolution of Egypt's revolutionary public space.