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IN THIS ISSUE 09_05.18.2011
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As South Korea's economy stabilizes, its ambition to be recognized as a major international business hub is leading to a bold building strategy. Ann Lok Lui investigates how Korea aims to impress the world not only with its tall towers but its large-scale sustainable planning.
Brushstroke by Super Potato
State takes control of planning and zoning for much of Atlantic City.
Hopkins completes Velodrome for London 2012 Olympics.
Editorial> Museums & Their Urban Planning Hats
HNTB's pedestrian bridge to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
New math museum counts on Madison Square Park.
City House, Country House
Eavesdrop>Isadora Mullion
The Guggenheim engages New York's urban environment.
At Deadline
FXFowle and Epstein reduce energy use with a green roof and high-performance materials.
Product>Surface Area
Tomorrow's Houses: New England Modernism by Alexander Gorlin and Geoffrey Gross.
Review>Time Lapse
Origin Myths in Architecture
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As South Korea's economy stabilizes, its ambition to be recognized as a major international business hub is leading to a bold building strategy. Ann Lok Lui investigates how Korea aims to impress the world not only with its tall towers but its large-scale sustainable planning.
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