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IN THIS ISSUE 01_02.09.2011_MW
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Perkins + Will designs a sustainable building for growing South Loop school
Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute of Chicago
Nimble development by the University of Chicago and private interests is changing the face of Hyde Park and Woodlawn
Design community rallies round Goldberg's threatened Chicago icon
Toxic to Trails
750 acres of park redeemed
Eric Davis reminds architects that the profession is an inherently political act.
Planned 'road diet' will bring bike lanes, street trees, and pedestrian amenities to major commercial corridor
Editorial> Cultural Tourism
Letters> Wasting Energy on a Smart Grid?
Eavesdrop> Ryan LaFollette
Kuchen at the coop?; Cityscapes or Burbscapes!?!
The Fine Line by Kim Preis and Lucy Minturn
Connect the Arch
With redesign, St. Louis Arch Grounds come into focus
School's Out?
Preservationists and famed celebs fight to save famed school
Dust-Up With EPA
Environmental group disputes recycling benefits of coal ash
At Deadline
Getting on tracks; Money where it counts; Four square
HOK Chicago imparts a sense of speed to highway-straddling office with cues from car culture
FEATURES:
Product> A La Modular
Not just for houses, prefab designs think beyond the box
Nimble development by the University of Chicago and private interests is changing the face of Hyde Park and Woodlawn
REVIEWS:
Review> Mining a Milieu
Triumvirate: McKim, Mead & White: Art, Architecture, Scandal, and Class in America's Gilded Age by Mosette Broderick
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