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IN THIS ISSUE 03_02.16.2011
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The new nightclubs of daytime, today's food halls are glamorous combo-platters of European urbanity and industrial chic. Angela Starita takes stock.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro uses a structural skin on new pedestrian bridge over 65th Street
Detlef Mertins, 1954-2011
Howeler + Yoon's design wraps a dramatic green staircase to the sidewalk level to engage the public.
Neighborhood learns of City Planning's plan to merge community with new uses.
Editorial> Speak Easy
Letters
Halfway up the stair
A new global school calls for a new kind of architecture
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Playing favorites; Chez Ovitz
Bahr|ché by Richard Bloch
Biennial student competition uprooted from National Mall
Make Way for Lab, Rats
Guggenheim selects first site for traveling community center
William Menking checks in with Safdie's new projects from around the world.
Unveiled> Hunters Point Library
At Deadline
New life as a lobby?; Swell tower; Code orange
Product> Shelf Life
Margaret O'Donoghue Castillo to jumpstart AIANY
Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo by Nicholas de Monchaux
Review> At Home with Moses
Robert Moses, He Knows Us? through February 20
Review> Urban Myths Versus Urban Realities
Makeshift Metropolis: Ideas About Cities by Witold Rybczynski
Peter Eisenman and Michael Wang argue the case for Lateness.
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The new nightclubs of daytime, today's food halls are glamorous combo-platters of European urbanity and industrial chic. Angela Starita takes stock.
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