Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 12_07.06.2011
In This Issue:
  • D.C. zoning allows for rail yard decking.
  • The City of New York must embrace design for the industry to thrive.
  • Showrooms and exhibits contend with site-specific issues that make them ideal for experimenting with materials, technology, and planning.
  • Zaha Hadid designs new wing for the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens.
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  • Architecture Omi's Augmented Reality installation opens July 9
  • MAXXI's own Young Architects Program winners transform Zaha Hadid's museum.
  • Opposition to Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial spawns competition for something classical.
  • Move over Mütter, Yale School of Medecine has a new museum of brains.
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  • Challenging conventional design, two brothers celebrate the interplay of opposites.
  • There's more to new concrete than meets the eye.
  • Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s at the National Building Museum.
  • Dieter Rams: As Little Design As Possible by Sophie Lovell.
  • Architecture as Revolution: Episodes in the History of Modern Mexico by Luis E. Carranza.
  • Pride in detail at the People's Palace.