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IN THIS ISSUE 18_11.02.2011
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A small, New York practice combines elegance with practical efficiency.
Famed art institute's campus re-imagined.
Joan Ockman on the essays of Detlef Mertins collected in Modernity Unbound.
New embassy guidelines prioritize design, somewhat.
Julie V. Iovine weighs in on the change of guard at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Balmori completes 9-mile strip of greenway in New Haven.
Greek Orthodox Church back and forth and back.
Environmental review for Hudson Square brings mostly
What does it mean when museums position themselves as engines of social change...powered by luxury car companies? Stephen Zacks considers new claims on the urban environment.
AIA DC sends a modern message with its new home.
Thomas de Monchaux considers Koolhaas' new architecture school at Cornell University.
D.I.R.T. Studio takes up residence in NYC.
Alternative culture hub plan for Domino Sugar factory comes into focus.
High on Metabolism, Rem talks about his latest book Project Japan.
Marimekko by IMA with Marimekko in Manhattan.
Ceci n'est pas une reverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman at The Yale School of Architecture.
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What does it mean when museums position themselves as engines of social change...powered by luxury car companies? Stephen Zacks considers new claims on the urban environment.
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