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IN THIS ISSUE 09_05.23.2012
Snarkitecture creates an undulating boutique showcasing Odin perfumes.
MIT group's 100-inch car rolling out to select cities.
Julie V. Iovine leads a panel on the convergence of media and architecture.
William Menking considers the legacy and future of Brutalism.
Relics of the industrial past become creative players in a small town's cultural revival.
Architects holding their breath as the country's landlord is engulfed by scandal.
Jason Griffiths' book explores formulas and ad hoc solutions in the suburbs.
New York's park acreage has expanded dramatically, but maintenance costs are an ongoing challenge. Caitlin Blanchfield runs the numbers.
New Serpentine Pavilion builds on past structures
Winners announced for revamping three sites on the National Mall
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Renaissance Critic; Cala-tastrophe?; Hot Pot
Marina Abramovic Institute for the Preservation of Performance Art
The City as Campus: Urbanism and Higher Education in Chicago