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IN THIS ISSUE 11_06.25.2008
Shop-ing at the Seaport
ShoP's proposal for South Street Seaport would reintegrate the historic district into its surrounding neighborhood
Florida tower design not swiped, federal court says
Judge rules owner must repair crumbling landmark
Buffalo Soldier
Paterson picks upstate banker to chair ESDC
U.S. pavilion at 11th Venice Biennale documents what happens when architects think well beyond the confines of four walls
Open: Toy Store
Kidrobot by Harry Allen & Associates
In tearing down the Provincetown Playhouse Building, NYU tests its commitment to the community
Danger Zone
Architects leery as crane accidents persist
Chamber Orchestra
David Byrne turns Battery Maritime Building into a musical instrument
Honors: New Practices New York
In Detail: Public Farm 1
WORK Architecture Company with Leslie E. Robertson Associates
Open: Store
MUJI Times Square by Super Potato
At Deadline
The Smart Set
The gap continues to close between furniture for public and for private, for office and for home. As a selection of highlights from this month's Neocon exhibition in Chicago shows, even the sophisticated can get tough.
Ten years after renovation plans began, the U.N. complex is finally going to get the overhaul it desperately needs: The leaking, asbestos-filled Secretariat building doesn't even have a sprinkler system, and the post-9/11 security pavilion at the entrance has a provisional, tacked-on feel. The once-glorious interiors are also faded and worn, and many visitors get the feeling of having stumbled into a tattered time capsule. David D'Arcy traces the tangled history of the renovation process, and photographs by Ben Murphy document the complex, providing a rare glimpse of these iconic interiors.
The Heat of a Cool Gaze
Bernd and Hilla Becher: Landscape/Typology at MoMA
One Man's Trash
Moving Rooms: The Trade in Architectural Salvages by John Harris
The Now and Beyond
Anish Kapoor: Past, Present, Future at ICA Boston
Design, Italian Style
Roberto Sambonet at the Palazzo Madama, Torino