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IN THIS ISSUE 03_02.18.2009
Diamond In The Rough
James Carpenter's High Line-hugging tower proposed for Meatpacking District
MOS wins P.S.1's 2009 Young Architects Award
Kiosk at the Center of The World
UNStudio builds at The Battery
DOB's new vision for safety
Editorial: Roads Not Chosen
State of Disrepair
U.S. gets more dismal grades on infrastructure report card
Eavesdrop: Sara Hart
NYC Information Center
Unveiled: Hotel Loisium Alsace
Old Money
Bronx promissory plant reborn as home for nonprofits and small businesses
Studio Visit: Michielli + Wyetzner Architects
With a looming budget crisis amid a dismal recession, the MTA scrambles for cash
The Oak Room and Bar by Selldorf Architects
Honors: AIA Awards
At Deadline
Warming Trends
Seventy-five years ago, gripped by the Great Depression, America launched an audacious program of public works that left a proud legacy of bridges, schools, highways, and dams whose scope and ambitions still stagger. As Congress faces a comparable challenge today, will an economic jolt tied to shovel-ready spending and familiar funding formulas match the monumental vision of the New Deal?
The Illusionists
Reality Check: Truth and Ilusion in Contemporary Photography
The City Reordered
The New Urban Renewal: The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville
Cellular Zones
Versatility and Vicissitude: Performance in Morpho- Ecological Design
Comment: Hope Cohen
Putting The Sub Back In Substations