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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.04.2012
In This Issue:
  • Lawsuit yet another blow for developer of problematic Williamsburg site.
  • Details for Seward Park mixed-use renewal released.
  • Competition seeks ideas for the next 100 years of parks.
  • Deborah Berke & Partners' new arts center for SUNY Fredonia complements surrounding I.M. Pei structures.
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  • A new initiative will improve New York City's stormwater management infrastructure.
  • Studios GO transforms an old hat warehouse into The Clock Cafe & Martini Bar.
  • New director of the Philip Johnson Glass House to revive networking at the fabled retreat.
  • William Menking on the future of the design industry in New York.
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  • After years of politics and planning, community building, false starts, and new beginnings, the transformation of the far Manhattan's West Side in the 30s is underway.
  • St. John the Divine unveils latest development proposal.
  • Guy Horton looks into a world of bubble-shaped buildings in No Nails, No Lumber.
  • Field operations wins competition to make over chicago's navy pier.
  • Punkin' donut; Deja lu?; Laying golden eggs.
  • New bath interfaces dial up the options for customization.
  • Princeton calling zaera-polo; Wtc Performing arts in the wings?; Waterfront making waves
  • Kenneth Frampton on The Future of Architecture since 1889: A Worldwide History.