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IN THIS ISSUE 14_12.04.2013
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Long considered a somewhat sleepy outpost in the mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia has become a hot spot of innovative architecture and urban design.
Three case studies showcase the performance, programmatic, and decorative potential of contemporary glass.
Jeffrey Vaglio explores the new book, Archaeology of the Digital, edited by Greg Lynn.
Irene Cheng sticks her nose in new ways of uncovering the past.
Stefanie Leontiadis reviews the book, Regenerative Infrastructures: Freshkills Park NYC, Land Art Generator Initiative.
WorkAC and Alice Waters transform a Brooklyn school lot into a garden.
Tampa's Alfonso Architects designs a museum in St. Petersburg to celebrate the American Arts & Crafts movement.
Alan G. Brake makes an argument for protecting West Chelsea as a gallery district.
Alan G. Brake looks around Fumihiko Maki's New York City skyscraper.
Paris-based Thierry Gaugain's retail design in Soho brings a sense of urban sophistication to roughing it.
New York City Planning moves to streamline building approval process.
Streetscape remake in West Side Manhattan neighborhood includes stormwater-retention measures.
Installation gives New Yorkers a means to address their new mayor, Bill de Blasio.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Hargreaves design a dramatic new park in Moscow.
Plan dies in New York City Council.
Texas legislature passes law requiring the fingerprinting of registered architects and other licensed professionals.
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