Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.06.2011
In This Issue:
  • In its heyday, the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies felt like the center of the architectural universe. An insider recalls its sprawling ideas, visceral debates, and personal high jinx.
  • New York University to spread over two million square feet around I'M Pei's Silver Towers site.
  • Mayor Bloomberg releases ten-year plan for city's 'sixth borough.'
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  • Famed development tries again in changed economic climate.
  • Planning for the future has always been an elusive endeavor.
  • New law requires report on energy consumption.
  • Defunct Williamsburgh Savings to become catering hall and arts venue.
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  • M.A.C. Wonder Woman Pop-up Store
  • Hopkind Architects with Payette and MVVA create a machine in a garden at Princeton University.
  • Architects explore new hybrid surgical suites.
  • Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment at the Yale School of Architecture.
  • The Scenes of the Street and Other Essays by Anthony Vidler
  • The challenges and rewards of designing supportive housing.