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IN THIS ISSUE 03_04.13.2011_MW
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Chicago is home to two of the profession's leading architecture awards, the Pritzker, often called the Nobel of architecture, and the Driehaus, a $200,000 award that promotes classical architecture and urbanism. Alan G. Brake listens in on the deliberations.
Future of noted planner in Detroit uncertain.
South Branch Tavern & Grille by Nick Hadley in Chicago.
New Ohio governor attempting to divert transit funding.
With a stay of demolition secured, preserving Goldberg's iconic hospital is as important as ever.
Chicago neighborhood plans a sustainable future.
Children's Museum likely to stay at Navy Pier after objections to Grant Park move.
Perkins + Will designs a tech-savvy office emphasizing openness and communication.
Eavesdrop> Ryan Lafollette
At Deadline
Unveiled> Amanora Apartment City
Review> R. Mutt's Family Tree
After the Readymade at the Smart Museum of Art
Review> Planning Palimpsests
The Scenes of the Street and Other Essays by Anthony Vidler
Comment> Mohamed Elshahed
Tahrir Square: A Collection of Fragments
No School Left Behind
Right-sizing to spur redevelopment in Kansas City.
Is Wright Wrong on Chandigarh?
CDOT seeking to revamp seven-mile section.
Right-sizing to Spur Redevelopment in Kansas City.
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Chicago is home to two of the profession's leading architecture awards, the Pritzker, often called the Nobel of architecture, and the Driehaus, a $200,000 award that promotes classical architecture and urbanism. Alan G. Brake listens in on the deliberations.
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