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IN THIS ISSUE 09_07.15.2013
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Susan Morris sees the light at James Turrell exhibitions in New York, Houston, and L.A.
Alex Ulam surveys the geography of the 2013 Venice Art Biennale.
William Menking calls for a shakeup of the old guard in Southern California.
Perkins + Will designs a 21st century companion to Edward Durell Stone.
Abandoned seaside factory in Sag Harbor being converted to luxury lofts.
Dagmar Richter remembers the Danish master.
Three projects show a confident return to building in the New York region.
Hollwich Kushner turn heads with a bold nightclub building on Fire Island.
Deft use of light, space, and materials define the sublime gallery building for David Zwirner by Selldorf Architects.
Steven Holl Architects design a muscular athletic facility for Columbia University.
Renzo Piano turns out a miniature mobile home for Vitra.
Libeskind designs a peace center in Northern Ireland.
Report suggests changes to the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx.
Firms develop a vision for New York's Gateway National Recreation Area.
Mecanoo and Sasaki design new municipal offices in Boston.
Bloomberg unfurls New York City flood protection plan.
Nasher glare debacle continues.
Steps away from the North Brooklyn riverfront, a new restaurant combines refined elegance with its building's rugged past.
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