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IN THIS ISSUE 11_06.16.2010
Regional park revived with major new amenities, its largest public space investment since Robert Moses
Port Authority wants to demolish Terminal 6, but preservationists try to keep the plan grounded
Defying critics, imam and developer seek balance between Islam and West through architecture and community
French Kissed
Portzamparc woos NYC with two bold new projects
Charles Birnbaum believes there is no reason our cultural landmarks cannot also protect our historic landscapes
Overgrown Paterson pitch named one of 2010's most endangered historic places
Editorial> Flight Pattern
Floods of Federal Funding?
Pier 62 Skate Park by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates and SITE Design Group
Eavesdrop> The Editors
Rally Round the Logo, Unbeige Blushes at Blunder, Gehry Growls
Community meetings attract younger participants with simulation videos funded by MacArthur grant
Canadian firm wins competition for low-impact cottages to house visitors to famed Wright house
Shusaku Arakawa, 1936-2010
The United Kingdom, South Korea, and Spain put on quite a show in China, despite some lackluster neighbors
Authorities hit a bump in plan to smooth out Exhibition Road with traffic plan as blind groups speak up
OHWOW Book Club by Rafael de Cardenas
At Deadline
East Side's All Aboard, Hudson Yards Deal Finally Sealed
With 45,000 employees, offices around the globe, and expertise in nearly every feature of the built and natural environment, AECOM is a giant in the field. But what is it?
Now on Tap
Waterworks: AN's special products section with this year's most versatile faucet and fixture designs, the sleekest new tubs, and time- and cost-saving innovations for kitchen and bath
The Future at Home
Becoming Bucky Fuller and Fuller Houses, reviewed by James Way
Smithson, Daughter & Son
Earthworks: Robert Smithson, Sam Durant, and Mary Brogger at MoCA Chicago
Emily Pugh parses the spatial memes in Architecture and Narrative by Sophia Psarra