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IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.21.2010
Salute to Sanaa
Sejima and Nishizawa share this year's Pritzker Prize
Reality Check
Another deal struck for Ground Zero towers
Mayoral commission could rewrite land-use process in New York
Deborah Berke spruces up an East Village icon
Gone Condo
Pulino's Bar & Pizzeria by Richard H. Lewis and Grayling Design
Before Subzero/Channeling Warhol/Farewell Feud
Local Trumps Global
Museums retool expansions with homegrown talent
Pathbreaking architect helped revive Washington
Historic Buffalo church spared in move to Georgia
Columbia builds a striking new structure by Steven Holl in Inwood
In Detail> The Villa-Libeskind Signature Series
Unveiled> National Museum of Qatar
Jean Nouvel creates a shimmering oasis in the desert
At Deadline
Village Triage?/Gowanus Archaeology/SHOP's Seaport Resurfaces
Urban Fabric
With buyer confidence shaken, values re-calibrated, and the real money still in hiding, New York's newest luxury condominiums might seem like jewel-crested dinosaurs -- big, weirdly gorgeous, and already extinct. Or are they? AN previews three architecturally daring condos and wonders if they are the last of their kind or breakthroughs in urbanely adventurous design.
Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Kohn Pedersen Fox
A Wild and Crazy Guy
Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey
Ruscha, the Dude
Ed Ruscha's Los Angeles
Sidewalk Critic
Twenty Minutes in Manhattan