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IN THIS ISSUE 04_03.09.2004
New Housing New York
City College, AIA-NY, and City Council sponsor an ideas competition for new housing models
Inside Story
A prefab portable pavilion invites Grand Central commuters to sit and chat
Without License
So far, new state law aimed at clamping down on unlicensed professionals has had minimal impact on architects
Whitney's Who's Who
The 72nd Whitney Biennial opens this week
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Upset Victory in NJ
John Ronan Architect Bests Eisenman, Morphosis, and Fox & Fowle
Inside Job
New School in Harlem gives back to community
Documenting Architecture
TV miniseries in the works
WTC Site Cultural Centers Consider Competitors
One step closer to culture
Plan B (for Brooklyn)
Neighbors of proposed Nets arena have design ideas of their own
Teen Dream Jobs
Architect ranks below mechanic, above cosmetologist
Groen Hoek, Graham Foundation's 21st Century...
At Deadline
West Side Stories
The newly formed Hudson Yards infrastructure corporation readies the West Side for development
Now in its 23rd year, the Architectural League of New York's Emerging Voices program names eight talents with something to say
Team Two
The Smithsons: The House of the Future to a House for Today at the Design Museum in London
East-West Modernism
The Architecture of Fumihiko Maki: Space, City, Order and Making by Jennifer Taylor
Riding the Wave
Jean Prouve: Three Nomadic Structures at Columbia University
Shoptalk: Stephen Perrella