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IN THIS ISSUE 02_05.19.2010_MW
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
New Twins stadium hits bullseye, making Vikings jealous
How the USGBC's neighborhood program, LEED-ND, could reshape architecture and urban design
Poetry Foundation breaks ground in Chicago, anchoring fast-evolving literary center
New plaza to provide respite for patients and improve urban conditions in St. Louis
GSA selects small Chicago firm over big-league competitors for large office project
Pain in the Ash
EPA fly-ash ban would stunt use of green materials
Editorial> Slick Into Silver Lining
Eavesdrop> Ryan LaFollette
Dancing with the Starchitects, Curator Shuffle
Accanto by Maria Rubino and Miller + Miller
Beamed Up
Lightweight hybrid spans seen as bridge to the future
Design at Work> Jenner & Block
Goettsch Partners designs a new law office for the leader in public service and pro bono practice
At Deadline
Taking Sides, Minimum Sympathy, Cleveland Scores Two, Watson I Presume?, Make No Little TIFs
FEATURES:
What's Holding Us Up?
What we call hard infrastructure -- sewers, bridges, airports -- is easy to grasp as the foundation of the contemporary city. Soft infrastructure is something else altogether. Immaterial, expansively informational, connective or spongy, soft infrastructure is now shaping a more dynamic future for architecture. Julie V. Iovine surveys the fast-emerging field.
Domestic Intervention
Five young designers rethink a house in the Motor City. Ryan LaFollette takes a tour.
REVIEWS:
Smithson, Daughter & Son
Tracing an artist's acolytes, Lauren Weinberg finds a complex genealogy
How the USGBC's neighborhood program, LEED-ND, could reshape architecture and urban design
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