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IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.05.2011
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
New Design Trust director from NYC Cultural Affairs.
Grand openings come and go. AN talks to owners & architects of four celebrated efforts to see what stands out at least five years on.
Universal Design Studio creates new retail landscape for Mulberry in Soho.
This year's Solar Decathlon is off the beaten path in D.C.
Dattner Grimshaw Bronx partnership yields model sustainable housing.
William Menking shares his highlights for Archtober.
NYU seeks to move DOT strips to parks, and build beneath.
Space for artists and activists gets boost from New York City & LMDC.
St. Vincent's facility island to become a park.
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Double-Edged Blogs; Window Dressing
David Chipperfield's glass pavilion for the London Design Festival is on view through October 16.
At Deadline
Times Square Glitz Fix; Up on the Roof; Brick Bats; Conversion Rate
Portland-based firm designs cultural projects across the continent.
Product> Get It Together
Integrated Surface Treatments Add Longevity and Sustainability to Interiors
Soviet Modernism: 1955-1985 by Felix Novikov and Vladimir Belogolovsky.
Noah Chasin on two disparate tales of a single city.
Docomomo's Theodore Prudon goes to Roosevelt Island as part of National Tour Day where the lessons in quality housing are more resonant than ever.
The pavilion structure straddles two distinct structural systems.
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Grand openings come and go. AN talks to owners & architects of four celebrated efforts to see what stands out at least five years on.
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