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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.15.2008
Lance Jay Brown recalls a forceful champion for architecture
16 Acres, 12 Years
Ward's WTC report released; memorial must open by 2011 but much remains in doubt
Finalists named for Far West Side park and avenue
Escape in New York
Market turmoil has architects worried but hopeful
The rush to condemn 2 Columbus Circle throws an unflattering spotlight on today's architecture critics
Open: Restaurant
The Libertine
Storefront Gets Facelift
Gallery's pivoting panels reopen after restoration
Hudson Valley art foundation expands to architecture on 75-acre site
Holl-lotta Arts
Performing Arts Center planned at Princeton
Open: Restaurant
Vinoly designing new campus on Saadiyat Island
The $6,000 House
South African firm's sandbag structure wins humanitarian design prize
In Detail: Brooklyn Family Court Conversion
Gran Kriegel Associates with Robert Silman Associates
Structural engineer/architectural historian John Ochsendorf of MIT gets nod
At Deadline
What makes one gallery over another the focus of a moment's vibrant gallery scene? David D'Arcy traces the intertwined threads of money, fashion, and architecture in shaping spaces for art.
Matters of Sensation, the extravaganza of architecture materials now on view at Artists Space, is all about surface, writes Jaffer Kolb
Genius Loci
Design Cities
Head Trip
Spiral Jetta: A Road Trip through the Land Art of the American West
Products: Interior Doors
A developer fastens her seat belt