Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 08_05.04.2011
In This Issue:
  • Our picks for the most usefully intriguing objects from the International Furniture Fair in Milan.
  • Plans to open New York City's oldest bridge approved by Landmarks.
  • During ICFF week in New York, three design-savvy outposts showcase the young, the talented, and the talkative.
  • School of Visual Arts Introduces two new degrees.
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  • City makes a comeback as a destination with planned rebuilding of the Erie Canal.
  • Novartis to build biomed campus in Cambridge.
  • Julie Iovine finds inspiration at Milan's International Furniture Fair.
  • Small firm gets busy designing pro bono garden in the Bronx.
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  • NYU exhibit wants to explain expansion plans.
  • Richard Meier's first projects in Latin America are for W Hotels.
  • Edgy curator leaves SFMOMA for unknown territory.
  • Firm to design new arts center at Stanford University.
  • No love lost; Price of a tag; Dubious distinction.
  • Up, up, and away; Gimme shelter; Popular parametrics; Getting schooled.
  • The Filming of Modern Life: European Avante-Garde Film of the 1920s by Malcolm Turvey
  • The Story of Eames Furniture by Marilyn Neuhart
  • Vanna Venturi House in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia by Robert Venturi.