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IN THIS ISSUE 08_06.05.2013
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Exhibition showcases the largest collection of the architect's work ever displayed in New York City.
Director Angel Sing Bhalla's new film, Herman's House, follows inmate Herman Wallace as he designs his dream home.
Across the country, architects are taking a leading role in laying out the future of cities.
Now that planners no longer have a say in physical planning, architects go it alone.
Anthony Denzer's new book, The Solar House: Pioneering Sustainable Design, shines a light on the history of solar design.
Mathews Nielsen proposes two solutions for Manhattan's Pier 42.
An Asian-inspired tea shop in Manhattan embraces its West Village home.
New York-based firm crafts sleek residences and impactful urban spaces.
A blow-by-blow account of the convention center competition between OMA and BIG.
Barry Bergdoll remembers an architect known for intelligent interventions at cultural institutions in England and the US.
NYPD releases World Trade Center security measures.
Geoff Manaugh to take the helm at Gizmodo.
Philadelphia adopts plan to revive activity on the Schuylkill River.
Van Alen Institute launches competition for ground floor.
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