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IN THIS ISSUE 19_11.18.2009
State invests in sustainable manufacturing in Brooklyn
Design Surge
MoMA commissions teams to tackle New York's rising waters
Developer proposes Pelli-designed towers for North Brooklyn waterfront
Charles Birnbaum remembers a pathbreaking modernist landscape architect
PA readies backup plan for Ground Zero infrastructure
Editorial> Global Visions
Venice Bound
Kazuyo Sejim to direct 2010 Biennale
Eavesdrop> Sarah Hart
People Choice Awards/Back to the Future
As the Miami Art Museum unveils new home, director Terence Riley moves on
El Museo del Barrio by Gruzen Samton Architects
Cambridge opposes converting Johnson house into salon for Harvard students
Fashion business incubator set for garment district
KPF-designed tower would be third tallest in the world
Housing Honcho
D.C. veteran Michael Kelly joins NYCHA
Unveiled> Children's Gallery of American History
DOT winnows options to replace Kosciuszko Bridge
Raise High the Hybrid Roof Beams
LEEDing the Way
Mayor moves to boost NYC's sustainable economy
Long inaccessible Fort Totten prepares for new public park
Philadelphia school's new sustainable building is learning laboratory
In Detail> Olmsted Center
At Deadline
The Iron Trapezoid/In Scully and Moe We Trust/Smoke Clears from TVCC/SCI-Arc Staying Put?
From the wildflower-strewn High Line to Broadway's piazza transformation and the city's flourishing Design and Construction Excellence program, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg can rightfully claim that he has made New York a more livable, inviting city. But he had help. The four commissioners overseeing parks, planning, transportation, and building design have formed an enlightened fellowship dedicated to thoroughly researched idealism, and wedded to pragmatic execution that is unprecedented in the recent history of the city's bureaucracy. With their PowerPoints and their guidelines, these four preside over the most visible triumphs, and grandest experiments, of the mayor's legacy.
Maverick Pasta
Autogenic Structures by Evan Douglis
This Lot is Full of It
House of Cars at the National Building Museum
Doodles Rules!
Drawing for Architecture by Leon Krier
Madison Squared
Flatiron High and Low at the Van Alen Institute
Engineer Joseph Mizzi believes the key to architecture's continued technological advancement is IPD