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IN THIS ISSUE 10_06.06.2012
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Architectural heavy-hitters descend on Yongsan International Business District.
A subterranean lounge in Manhattan's Financial District is designed for the modern bohemian.
Schools reap benefits of extracurricular bedfellors.
Karrie Jacobs on the Ada Louise Huxtable of the West, Esther McCoy.
Another gem in Philly's master plan for a necklace of parks.
Long considered a risk-averse city, Washington D.C. is embracing innovative architecture and urban planning. Amanda Kolson Hurley surveys the scene.
Julie V. Iovine calls on architects to embrace walkability at home and abroad.
As interest in urban planning surges across the country, Mike Lydon discusses the small changes that make a big difference.
Thomas de Monchaux on H3 Hardy Collaborative Architecture's addition to the Lincoln Center.
Noted landscape architect discusses the profession and the state of public space today.
Syracuse University shares its Breuer archives online.
Foundation eyes Queens as new home fore Aluminaire
Times Square makeover to build in broadcasting infrastructure.
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