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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.27.2011
In This Issue:
  • Brookfield will preserve the World Financial Center's Grand Staircase designed by Cesar Pelli.
  • Chelsea tower comes back to life.
  • Voiture Minimum: Le Corbusier and the Automobile by Antonio Amado.
  • New York architect aims high at enlightened development in China.
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  • As the profession adapts to new digital technologies, academics must retool their roles.
  • Rogers Marvel secures competition to revamp White House park.
  • Will MLK Memorial open to more controversy in Washington, D.C.?
  • Architects cope with rising commodities prices.
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  • New developer on the block fosters a respect for architects.
  • Mapping higher education as a potent force of development across the city, now and in the future. Essay by Mitchell Moss.
  • A replica theater by Bennetts Associates will show Shakespeare in the belly of New York's Park Avenue Armory.
  • Restaurant designer created famed eateries across the U.S.
  • This year's Serpentine Pavilion, more cloister than cocktail party.
  • The Pruitt-Igoe Myth examines the human story behind the infamous housing project.
  • The Nolitan by Grzywinski + Pons in New York.
  • Three blocks of esplanade finally open on the East River.