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IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.01.2012
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The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan, 1811-2011 at the Museum of the City of New York through April 15.
Cities are reevaluating waste infrastructure with planning, technology, and design.
William Menking on the rise of Design Excellence in federal architecture.
Ariel Genadt talks with the illustrious Japanese architect about architecture, the tsunami, and a new U.S. commission.
A cast-iron structure is restored with traditional and contemporary materials and construction techniques.
A Passion to Build by Peter Murray.
Ten years from start, Queens Museum of Art back on track.
Openshop uses identical modules to create variety at Artsee's small eyeglasses art space.
Brooklyn Navy Yard design honors former cemetery.
Fight over playgrounddonce public, now padlockeddon New York's Upper East Side.
Community tries to carve out open space in Hudson Square.
Activists scrutinize NYU's multi-layered proposal in Manhattan.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro to create web-like park and culture center in Scotland.
Julie V. Iovine considers Renzo Piano's Julie V. Iovine considers Renzo Piano's "near impossible architectural challenge."
Jake Gorst reflects on his grandfather's contribution to inventive mid-century modern living.
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