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IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.03.2007
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
At Deadline
Studio Visit: Cetra/Ruddy
2007 Aga Khan Awards for Architecture
Somol Gets Heady at UIC
Princeton theorist accepts post in Chicago
Sprucing Up Sukkot
Newsworthy Newsstands
Fine Fellows
Planning grads fill hole, and holes, for community
Art of Darkness
An architectural installation leads New Yorkers into the maze of their own psyches
Students Get Real in NOLA
New TV show to document Tulane architecture school
Barnes Foundation Names Architect
Williams and Tsien to design New Museum in Philadelphia
Help for Hudson Square
An ideas charette for a neighborhood tangled up in trucks
Buy, Buy Breuer
Another residential gem goes up for sale
Open: Restaurant and Bar
The Volstead
Transbay complex will be tallest on West Coast
Horseplay at Coney Island
Can EDC grab the brass ring?
A Resourceful Resort
State approves 273-acre Catskill complex that once threatened watershed
NYC's Biggest Rezoning Yet
DCP hopes to create new business hub around JFK
FEATURES:
New Kids on the Bloc
The Kazakh cities Almaty and Astana don't have much in the way of an architectural pedigree, but a handful of firms -- many from New York -- are in the process of creating one.
Rebuilding Buffalo
As the city tries to use its rich architectural heritage to launch a downtown revival, many argue that it should focus efforts on the feature that first made it great: the Erie Canal.
Travelling Light
Thom Sokoloski's temporary installation will illuminate the stories of Roosevelt Island's 19th-century residents and the East River night.
REVIEWS:
Concrete Jungle Gyms
Ground-Up: Play as a Design Tool
The Drawing Nun
Come Alive! The Spirited Art of Sister Corita
Raise High the Roof Beam
Building: 3,000 Years of Design
Piranesi Puzzler
Socratic Dialogues
2007 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition
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