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IN THIS ISSUE 18_11.05.2008
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
On the Right Track
Amtrak bill points way for mass-transit spending
TKTS booth opens at last
The Iceman Cometh
NYC construction boom to peak this year, predicts latest industry forecast
The Zaha Has Landed
Chanel art pod arrives in Central Park
America's first architectural broadsheet is celebrating its 100th issue, and we're looking forward to continued growth with the architecture community in New York and beyond.
Open: Restaurant
Double Crown/Madam Geneva
Waterworld
Council calls on City Planning for decennial waterfront plan
Landscape architect off Atlantic Yards masterplan
Paris Builds Up
City's beight limits mitigated while Sarkozy and Delanoe present new planning initiatives
Open: Restaurant
Char No.4
Bring On the Pods
Personal rapid transit conference convenes in Ithaca
Seaport Thwart
Preservationists fire first volley over South St. plan
Gaming the Ponies
State takes a gamble on Racino project at Aqueduct
Louisville Art Museum to expand, art-related skyscraper on ice
Honors: Green Buildings Competition
Two design-related NYC museums quietly expand
In Detail: New York Jets Training Facility
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Crit: Museum of Arts and Design
Hi, Columbus
At Deadline
Zoning, Trump, waterfalls, and more
Products: Cool Comfort
Whether indoors or out, concrete furnishings now offer style along with durability
Your New York
We asked architects, developers, and friends to pick their favorite recent NY buildings
FEATURES:
The world's oldest man-made building material is getting a makeover as form follows innovation. Sara Hart investigates, while AN compiles a short-list of projects that show how new uses for concrete are pushing the boundaries of rugged refinement.
REVIEWS:
Noemie and Frank, A Duet
Noemi Lafrance's Manor Field / Rapture
Doughnut Home
Solos: Tulou/Affordable Housing for China
A Brief History of Everything
Far from Equilibrium: Essays on Technology and Design Culture
Beyond Plop-Art Parks
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