Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.20.2011
In This Issue:
  • Sixteen acres, ten years, two voids, first fruits: Memorial takes shape at the World Trade Center.
  • B Brian Atwood by Sebastian L. Agneessens
  • NYC Planning presses for 23-block makeover of a desolate stretch of lower Manhattan
  • Opponents battle condos and hotel in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
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  • For AIA Billings Index, it's the turtle not the hare.
  • Vera Sacchetti discusses the 2011 Pritzker laureate.
  • Owner of artist haven will demolish and develop.
  • Is it time to return to a more meaningful sort of discussion about architecture?
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  • Vera Sacchetti's exclusive interview for AN with the 2011 Pritzker Prize-winner.
  • Worms by Family and PlayLab win Storefront's StreetFest competition debuting May 7.
  • Shift Boston's barge competition reimagines the city's sluggish waterfront.
  • Phil Patton on Aerotropolis: The Way We'll Live Next by John D. Kasarda and Greg Lindsay
  • Zumthor taps planting designer to collaborate on 2011 Serpentine Pavilion.
  • The good, the bad, and the Viioly; Turning the tables.
  • KlingStubbins' terraced Weld Hill building is nestled into the hillside.
  • Markus Dochantschi practices a holistic approach to architecture.
  • Lion Lauded; Forward Marsh; Emergency Measures
  • Marion Manley: Miami's First Woman Architect by Catherine Lynn and Carie Penabad