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IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.05.2004
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
AIA-NY Announces 2004 Award Winners
31 projects by 25 New York firms are honored
Hudson Yards Still on Track
Opponents' petition to halt city review process denied
Postcards From the Edge
Staten Island dedicates 9/11 memorial
Street Cleaning
Karim Rashid designs sleek news boxes for Madison Avenue
Left Out: Deans List
New Jersey Institute of Technology and State University of New York at Buffalo
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
The Mayne Event
New design by Morphosis expands Cooper Union's architectural holdings
Design and Democracy
Designers reinterpret the voting machine
Architectural Writer- and Publisher- Under Fire
MIT Press seeks compensation from McGraw-Hill for copying in architecture book
Code Dependent
International building code spreads through Tri-State Region
The Plumed Serpent Wears Gray
For upcoming Aztec Show, the Guggenheim's Serpentine Gallery goes for the soft look
At Deadline
Don't Go Into the Light
Millions of moths fly to their deaths
FEATURES:
With the theme Metamorph, the 9th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale is an aquarium of exotic architectural creatures. Richard Ingersoll attempts to make sense of the mmlange.
REVIEWS:
Holy Battle
Frontline: Sacred Ground produced by Nick Rosen
The Bomb is Back
Building the Unthinkable at apexart
A Towering Comic
In the Shadow of No Towers by Art Spiegelman
Federal Cases
Civic Spirit: Changing the Course of Federal Design at the Center for Architecture
Shoptalk: Craig Konyk
Indemnify My Soul!
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