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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.20.2010
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Bow Wow!
Japanese architects picked for Guggenheim Pavilion
Reflecting on the modern kitchen at MoMA's Counter Space exhibition
SHoP unveils design for temporary plaza outside Barclays Center arena
Van Alen Institute's pop-up bookstore to reincarnate much-missed architecture hub
Alexandra Lange finds The Architecture of Harry Weese a modest first look at a major mid-century talent
Broken Wing?
Art Institute Sues Arup Over Modern Wing Flaws
A renowned lighting designer takes a walk in the dark in search of illumination
Six teams compete to build new V&A branch
The dumbfounding decision to cancel the most important public works project in America should give architects pause
Letters
Frantic Atlatic Yards
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Block Party; Happy, Happy Talk
EPA's design assistance grant will help sustainably redesign the widely criticized City Hall Plaza
Birdbath at the New Museum by Uhuru
Thomas de Monchaux takes a ride in Norman Foster's new Bowery museum, and finds it a movable feast for the senses
Approval finally fixed for $3 billion, KPF-designed waterfront neighborhood
Kliment Halsband and Robert Silman Associates renew a Georgian Revival home for the humanities in Baltimore
Yahoo plays chicken with ultra-efficient data center design at New York facility
Landmarks under fire for diminutive Upper West Side historic district
Making a Splash
Programmable portals light up West Side passenger piers
Next Stop, Design
China embarks on a furniture fair of its own
At Deadline
Win Some, Lose Some; PAC Picks Up; Midtown Reckoning; Drawing Lots
FEATURES:
Public lighting has long focused on making environments searchlight-bright for safety. Three new LED installations show that more subtle lighting schemes can also be interactive, informative, and even more effective
Lights Out
Public space lighting uses the newest LED technology
REVIEWS:
Review> Eye of the Beholder
Architecture and Beauty: Conversations with Architects about a Troubled Relationship
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