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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.01.2012
In This Issue:
  • The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan, 1811-2011 at the Museum of the City of New York through April 15.
  • Cities are reevaluating waste infrastructure with planning, technology, and design.
  • William Menking on the rise of Design Excellence in federal architecture.
  • Ariel Genadt talks with the illustrious Japanese architect about architecture, the tsunami, and a new U.S. commission.
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  • A cast-iron structure is restored with traditional and contemporary materials and construction techniques.
  • A Passion to Build by Peter Murray.
  • Ten years from start, Queens Museum of Art back on track.
  • Openshop uses identical modules to create variety at Artsee's small eyeglasses art space.
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  • Brooklyn Navy Yard design honors former cemetery.
  • Fight over playgrounddonce public, now padlockeddon New York's Upper East Side.
  • Community tries to carve out open space in Hudson Square.
  • Activists scrutinize NYU's multi-layered proposal in Manhattan.
  • Diller Scofidio + Renfro to create web-like park and culture center in Scotland.
  • Julie V. Iovine considers Renzo Piano's Julie V. Iovine considers Renzo Piano's "near impossible architectural challenge."
  • Jake Gorst reflects on his grandfather's contribution to inventive mid-century modern living.