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IN THIS ISSUE 15_10.03.2012
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Five centuries after Andrea Palladio, author adds to the understanding of the revolutionary architect.
Eva Branscome remembers the contributions of the visionary Austrian avant-garde artist.
New exhibition emphasizes architecture and urbanism's potential role for political engagement.
Princeton's new architecture dean discusses post-economic-crisis opportunities and academic realities.
Two new libraries by David Adjaye push accessibility, transparency, and sense of ownership to the forefront.
Architects and designers from the US had a larger footprint at the Venice Biennale than ever before.
Syracuse's former architecture dean reflects on architecture and his new role as director of the International Center of Photography.
Recent attacks challenge OBO Design Excellence.
Alan G. Brake calls for more comprehensive New York City and statewide agricultural infrastructure.
University expanding Lower Manhattan campus with dorms by developers.
The Met plays nice with neighbors in effort to stay on schedule.
Statue of Liberty to reopen with improved accessibility.
Developer and arts patron put architecture first.
Herzog & de Meuron's Miami parking garage is topped with a breathtaking rooftop lounge.
Bing Thom reimagines Washington, D.C.'s Woodbridge Library for modern times.
The Barclays Center's undulating bands of rusted metal panels reach out to Brownstone Brooklyn.
Atlantic Yards could bring the tallest modular construction building in the world to Brooklyn.
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