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IN THIS ISSUE 08_05.04.2011
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NEWS:
Our picks for the most usefully intriguing objects from the International Furniture Fair in Milan.
Plans to open New York City's oldest bridge approved by Landmarks.
During ICFF week in New York, three design-savvy outposts showcase the young, the talented, and the talkative.
School of Visual Arts Introduces two new degrees.
City makes a comeback as a destination with planned rebuilding of the Erie Canal.
Novartis to build biomed campus in Cambridge.
Julie Iovine finds inspiration at Milan's International Furniture Fair.
Small firm gets busy designing pro bono garden in the Bronx.
NYU exhibit wants to explain expansion plans.
Richard Meier's first projects in Latin America are for W Hotels.
Urbach Exits
Edgy curator leaves SFMOMA for unknown territory.
Westward Ho! for DS+R
Firm to design new arts center at Stanford University.
Unveiled> Ryerson University Student Center
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
No love lost; Price of a tag; Dubious distinction.
At Deadline
Up, up, and away; Gimme shelter; Popular parametrics; Getting schooled.
Honors
Review> Cinema Obscura
The Filming of Modern Life: European Avante-Garde Film of the 1920s by Malcolm Turvey
The Story of Eames Furniture by Marilyn Neuhart
Vanna Venturi House in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia by Robert Venturi.
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Our picks for the most usefully intriguing objects from the International Furniture Fair in Milan.
During ICFF week in New York, three design-savvy outposts showcase the young, the talented, and the talkative.
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