Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 20_12.14.2011
In This Issue:
  • New green technologies hope for fast-tracked development.
  • Cooper Union considers tuition after 152 years.
  • Park joins New York's long-divided Upper East Side and East Harlem riverfronts.
  • The National Building Museum presents the nation's capital as it might have been.
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  • Two books argue for the place of landscape in the urban realm.
  • Allied Works completes new Clyfford Still Museum in Denver.
  • Design with the Other 90%: Cities explores socially conscious urban interventions.
  • Finalist teams announced for National Mall redesign.
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  • Julie V. Iovine on the future of zoning in New York.
  • Philly's elevated railway is struggling to become a High Line.
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard cuts loose with BLDG 92.
  • Are architects taking advantage of all building information modeling can offer?
  • Callison transforms space in New York's historic Puck Building with a little help from the Smithsonian.
  • West 8 releases new landscape details for Governors Island.
  • Public realm to be the topic at Biennale.
  • New agency will be proactive about licensing architecture photography.
  • Zaha Hadid designs a parking garage for Miami Beach.